Keung & Ping’s Garden
Sometimes size does matter. A landscape architect needs, in certain cases, to create an illusion. Adjusting levels of the front entrance in this situation enhances the basic dimensions. Natural flagstone, variations of colour and careful selection of plant materials enhances the simple square pillar structure of this residence. Bushes provide privacy and their colours contrast. In the backyard, the trees parade their colours over the seasons – the Magnolia pinks a shade or tow away from the vibrant Japanese Maple tree’s red. Natural stones edge and break up the white marble chips at the base of the Japanese Maple, a case of pure and visually delightful contrast. Natural stones also shape the flowing water, an interesting match for the rough hewn water feature. The wooden bridge, stretches between the smooth and the soft, a transition between two formed worlds.