This garden was made for the joy of a big family, full of children. I always thought on giving it a bit more of movement, but at the end we found a balance between open area, planting zones, swimming pool and play equipment zones. A play house, swing, a tipi, or huge jumping bed.
There are colors and volumes that intermingle in natural and ondulating forms to integrate and disguiss the swimming pool, already existing, and give movement to the garden, as it was originally very plane with obvious long views, too open. We tried to break those perspectives to make it more compact and more surprinsing. Seasonal color was important and as such most of the trees have a pick in different times of the year.
The swimming pool was closed with a fine squared mesh, that quickly after a couple months already started to dissapear between the planting.