Your Content Goes Here In this garden project, the requirement was to minimise the views of the many neighbours through a generous privacy screen and to maximise privacy in the entire outdoor area. Only plants were considered that had already grown very tall and could be planted in rows as a hedge.
Your Content Goes Here In this project, the focus was on privacy protection, as the neighbouring houses in the vicinity have a relatively large view of the terrace area of the garden. Both the seating area in the pergola and the pool should be shielded from view. A construction was devised that
Your Content Goes Here This roof terrace was designed as an outdoor living room. When looking at the terrace, the impression should be given that it is the extension of the indoor area.The natural materials used, such as natural stone, wood and metal, were to integrate into the surroundings and match the style
Your Content Goes Here The aim of this project was to create a generous driveway that would also separate the inner garden from the street and act as a privacy screen. Two asymmetrical planting beds, which are realised by low stone walls, provide privacy with the planting. The driveway - bordered on
Your Content Goes Here An overgrown garden of 3000 square metres was transformed into an idyllic place. Marian Lladó's goal was to retain the character of the old trees and combine it with modern design. Both styles should complement each other and bring a positive energy into the garden. At the same
Your Content Goes Here The challenge in this new-build residential project was to develop a concept and style for the interior even before the house was built. The trust of the clients and the cooperation with the architects, craftsmen and other companies allowed Marian Lladó to realise her concept of the interior design.