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NATURE DOESN’T ESCAPE OUR DESIRE FOR REFINED DECOR. EVEN OUTDOOR SPACES ARE LAID OUT WITH AN EYE TO CLEAN LINES. TODAY, MORE THAN EVER, IN OUR CLUTTERED AND FRANTIC WORLD, WE ASPIRE TO INCREASED SIMPLICITY.


Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

A row of mature trees, separated from the lawn by a cement border, shares the spotlight with equally symmetrical constructions, while flowers grow along a fence that is both natural and simple: calming to the eye and low maintenance. Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN

Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

Mastering nature: a beautifully-shaped hedge bends to the desires of the landscape designer, as do the flowers in the background. Slabs of stone cut to measure are contrasted by the greenery. Imperceptible curves soften the entire look. Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN

Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

Room for greenery, in the truest sense: green dominates here, with different tones and natural forms, but the result is the same – an atmosphere of tranquility. Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

The spirit of French gardens: nicely-shaped hedges, geometrical patterns, and a fountain at the center of it all provide a lovely, calming environment: an original way to design an outdoor space. Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

JARDIN DE VILLE

Refined design for an idyllic decor: stainless steel chairs with a brushed finish and low tables from the Ninex collection of Royal Botania, a Belgian company. Available at JARDIN DE VILLE.

Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.
A marriage of wood and tiles, a symbiosis between liquid and solid, a simple geometric display: an invitation to calm, to luxury, and to simple pleasures. Landscaping STUART WEBSTER DESIGN.

Mobilier Botania JARDIN DE VILLE

A symmetrical line of chaises lounges, straight lines and squared angles, a design reduced to its simplest form, neutral colours, and all beautifully unpretentious. Mobilier Botania JARDIN DE VILLE

Photos Stuart Webster, Angus McRitchie, emily Webster


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