A garden on the Atlantic Ocean, overlooking the Cap Ferret basin. The project consisted of a real protection part of the garden from the continuous storm surges that undermine its very existence, and a real ornamental part. The client was not interested in blooms but rather a ‘natural’ look.
One of the difficulties was the preparation of the soil, having to plant practically only on sand. In the rear part of the house kikuyu was used as a matter of practicality. All the material used was of local origin, in particular the oyster poles that I used in a natural way along the borders, as a support for the numerous vines.