The challenge was to reinvent old technology along with the knowledge of social and climatic conditions to create an unpretentious language for the landscape. The client being a plant lover himself, had an eclectic collection acquired over the years, which led to the creation of this minutely-detailed garden. At the entrance, there are podiums of dry landscaping with pebbles and boulders that lead to the main door. A tropical feel comes from the central pond with a solar pump that generates water bubbles out of rock. The dual orange shades given to the house highlight its varying volumes and context. The dry pebbled zen gardens fill in the void and act as a transition between the green landscape and the house.