Each plan is unique and requires a thorough approach. The most important thing is to recreate a real ecosystem for each and every garden.


An assessment must include two essential parts:

Firstly, that related to the client; their taste, their desires, their way of living and most importantly, their wishes.


Secondly, that related to the site; the region (and climate), the kind of earth, the areas concerned, and, in particular, the flora and fauna already found there so that the existing ecosystem is not disturbed.


A good assessment helps to avoid potential issues further down the line and allows us to work in conformity with the environment.

Whatever is decided, a certain number of regulations have to be respected when a garden is created, nothing is left to chance.

The aim is to use simple materials such as vegetation, stone and water to recreate harmony and a unity with nature.