A neglected, unkept green enclave was transformed into a garden full of life.
Due to its central location it was important to allow easy access to the surrounding buildings. A composition of wood terraces cut with hexagonal concrete sidewalks was built.
People living or working nearby can enjoy arranged sitting areas, which make a great place to relax or hold a less formal business meeting. Extra seating can be found in form of hammocks hung around the space. Original industrial lamps found in adjacent buildings illuminate the space in the evening.
A take on the traditional garden alcove in form of a pavilion was built in the heart of the garden. Ivy climbs up the openwork sides of the pavilion. The roof is finished with polycarbonate sheets lit from the inside in a way that transforms the pavilion after dark into a lantern.
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