Client Requests

Intimate dining pavilion, contemporary glass cube designed to be lit from inside and outside, area for greater privacy (but with open feel), make use of borrowed land behind property.



While this central architectural lantern provides a focal point for the garden, it also houses the outdoor dining area and offers greater privacy. Taking its cue from the interior of the house, the main structure is constructed of cedar timbers and sand-blasted glass – and can be enjoyed both night and day. Carefully chosen and placed plant materials, in conjunction with existing mature trees on the property, create a pleasant approach to this unique pavilion. The overall design takes advantage of the borrowed parkland behind the property, which provides an attractive backdrop and creates the feel of greater space.