A space of relaxation and entertainment that functions as an alternative to the rest of the houses rooms is the idea that spearheads this renovation project of the outdoor space of this single family house located on the Garraf’s coastline.
The spacious garden, barely used up to this point, has drawn its inspiration from Japanese Gardens and the Zen philosophy. The order of its distinctive elements, and the water surfaces, suggest Eastern harmony, creating a structured, functional and minimal garden.
Custom designed and made at a lower than the natural ground level, the furniture is located in the central area, allowing for the perimeter as circulation areas connected through use defined level changes.
For cohesiveness purposes, the exterior façade of the house has too ben renovated. Covered entirely with an organic white coat and stone, it plays off the light palette of the outdoor porcelain flooring and the gravel, emphasizing the greenery of the space. The hidden walls behind thick vegetation and a wooden platform are not just an aesthetic solution, but also provide a superb perspective, visually widening the available space.