I love the huge corten steel section with a large window looking out onto the garden.
The corten continues into the house to beautiful effect.
On the back porch, the house has great concrete detailing, plantings and a view of the water.
The concrete stairs have a wonderful rhythm, as do the rusty sculptures sprinkled through the plantings.
At the bottom of the stairs a colorful meadow spreads out.
At the edge of the meadow a wide creek was running. I assumed it was a recirculating water feature but was told that it is spring-fed. Quite a bit of water!
The plantings were lovely.
A cool bench.
I like the cute warning and the silly rabbit.
A lower seating area.
A very cool idea for edging a bed.
The secret garden, which I didn't find until the second time around the garden.
According to what I was told, the architect of the house was enlisted to design the chicken coop. It certainly looked to be architect designed. The chickens seemed to enjoy the freedom of the garden though, popping into photos on occasion.
Steel pergola and outdoor seating.
Looking back up at the house from the garden.
I love the metal mesh curtain and stair perfection.