You walk across a wooden walkway via a ‘lazy’ staircase to the lower level. There are two dining areas on the middle storey. The first is defined by anthracite-coloured planters that protect the area from outside. In the other, a table and chairs in textile materials stand on a hardwood platform. The planters vary in height, dividing the garden without creating a boxy effect. They are richly planted with vegetation that will stay green in every season, with spotlights adding to the atmosphere.
Via a steel staircase with natural stone stairs, you reach the lowest storey where there is a tailor-made teak kitchen and a ‘Big Green Egg’ for cooking. The kitchen connects to the covered area with a glass sliding wall. Eye-catchers in this green rooftop garden are the multi-stemmed Parrotia trees. At their bases, blue-blossoming plants and decorative grasses grow, while the purple water wheel at the end of the sightline catches the eye. This garden is like a private oasis that combines the best of two worlds: a fascinating history and a modern, balanced and exclusive design.