Designed for a private residence in Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia, the garden is intended to provide a flourishing oasis surrounding the house as well as permeating its interior.
The garden is composed of multicolored pavers, limestone, glass mosaic tile, bamboo, and native vegetation. All of these materials work sinuously together, responding creatively to the house while providing an extravagant amount of color and texture throughout.
A connection was created using directional flow lines leading you from the front terraced garden to an interior water courtyard which continues through to the back pool area. Brass bamboo planters, waterfall elements, and an interlacing trellis system animate the courtyard. The inner courtyard also has the ability to fill with water, flooding different zones, and allowing the space to be used for multiple functions. From this space, there is a direct visual connection through the living area to the rear garden pool area.
Refreshing and alluring, the garden strives to strengthen the sensual connection between man and nature.