Edinburgh Garden Design
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Harsh lines and spare geometry of an unusual "Bauhaus" home are both echoed and contrasted in the garden. Here a collapsing "bull's eye" design is employed to mitigate the problems of an awkward pie shaped plot by focusing the eye on the central pond feature away from the sharp south corner and reconciling the thin side of the garden with the main rear garden. Bold organic forms soften and contrast with the strong geometric layout.

Edinburgh Garden Design
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