At the centre of the landscape is a large sala, surrounded by large areas of shade lawn and a few trees. Many of the trees were haphazardly planted and so some were taken out or re-located to improve light and ensure the garden is 'easier on the eye'.
Lawn was removed around the outskirts of the sala and rock gardens, pebbles, some planting and laterite terrace bricks were laid. Two large laterite terraces were constructed at either side of the sala, making these previously unused regions much more accessible for social occasions or barbequing etc.
New shade planting was advised on and installed around the new terraces. Large feature rocks also make nice focal points, along with several large glazed pots and some garden art, going well with the natural materials, real wooden railway sleepers, river pebbles and paver stones.
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