This one-of-a-kind boutique garden was designed to be a hidden oasis in the midst of the city; a place where you could stop, relax and just breathe. The relaxation zone of the garden centres on the moon gate-style built-in daybed. From the cushioned comfort of the daybed, you can let the stresses of the day melt away as you watch the gentle flames of the firepit and the rippling water of the raised pond. The firepit, which is built into the pond, was constructed out of a concrete pipe, as was the pond itself and the surrounds of the daybed. The concrete contrasts with the reclaimed timber cladding used in the construction of the daybed and complements the

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