First, to soften the appearance of the existing building and concrete retaining walls so it fits into the larger landscape context. Second, to accommodate clients’ landscaping ideas blending an exotic and native plant palette. Next, to hide utilities such as water tanks and allow for pedestrian flow towards the cellar door and restaurant. And finally, to create a low-maintenance design.
A good working relationship with clients allowing for dialogue, work with the existing landscape team.
An inviting wilding garden that blends with the architecture of the vineyard.