The space was planned on four levels: the garage entrance, the living room/lounge corner, the garden/traffic area, and the cooking/dining area. The different zones enable the separation of functions and make the outdoor living space particularly dynamic. The horticulturist opted for low-maintenance flowering plants with a high tolerance for direct sunlight. The plants give a luxurious, whimsical touch to the design. The cedar pergola is the centrepiece of this muted setting. Wooden blinds were added to the vertical axis to create a privacy screen between the owners and their neighbours.
Terrasse VF, Montréal, Canada
Program: roof garden
Design: Martine Brisson
Landscape: Roxanne Miller – Verdigo