View of the main terrace. The table, made of Ipe wood, is a Daifuku design.
View of the Japanese stone garden. Bonsai-Ficus on the left, bamboo plants on the right side. The hidden frame of the living room's glass sliding doors makes theses practically invisible and exterior and interior space blend into one.
View of the master bedroom's terrace with a Japanese garden, including an "Ishidoro" (stone lantern). Holm oak pathway. Ground white marble sand.
Construction of symthetic wood, which is maintenance-free.
Construction of symthetic wood, which is maintenance-free. A detail view.
Picture of the garden viewed from the summer dining area. The table folds up against the wall in two leaves when not in use. The Argenta chairs, made by Imat, were designed by the author.
View of the garden of Japanese inspiration. The roof, made of cellular polycarbonate
and aluminium tubing, was designed by the author. The wood deck is Ipe. Stones are from the Pyrenees, and fluorescent lighting was installed under the perimeter of the deck.