This third house designed by Farrell’s Architects is more open and has a closer relationship to the surrounding landscape. It also embraces a love of exotic planting, reflection and relaxation.
The interior and exterior connections contrast modern, refined architecture with powerful natural forms.
The formal terrace is light and airy with exotic planting contrasting with crisp, white walls, decking and dark stone paving.
Beyond the pavilion, a more natural green space opens up the garden. Light and shade play an important part in the relationship between house and garden. Towering tree ferns and dark, still pools create a dramatic backdrop to a private relaxing space.