The brief for this 1930's semi was to take an awkward shaped space and maximize its potential. The view from both the living room and the kitchen appeared short, a perception created by the angle of the rear boundary. We solved this by turning the axis of the garden across the diagonal to draw the eye to the furthermost point. A series of intimate planting and seating spaces were created off this axis.
The result; a charming soft yet arresting blend of plants and structural design