The beautiful Hôtel Particulier embodies Parisian life and aesthetics in the best possible way.
With a refreshing palette of greens and whites, the mansion leads out to a hidden garden, designed as an intimate refuge.
The schematic design was centered around the retention of the existing trees. Only three Betula jacquemontii (white-barked birch)
were planted in the middle of the shade-garden.
There’s a low-maintenance philosophy and high sustainability throughout this particular project.
To ensure its tranquility from noisy mowers, no lawn was implemented.
A pergola was built behind these birch trees, as an invitation to a “promenade”.
Seen from the house, the Green Chamber becomes the new focal point of the garden, which is a haven of evergreen shrubs,
mixed with Hydrangeas, Irises, Osmanthus, Ferns, and Perennials.