Nestled on a tranquil corner in Brighton, a serene oasis unfolds. The approach from the side path to the rear of the property suddenly opens to a vast expanse of green. Immediately the eye is drawn to the path's destination, a floating concrete bench seat atop a staggered-edge corner of Arrowmill Technifirma paving. The garden beds thrive with an informal layering of diverse plant species in the understory, elevated by strategically placed Laurus nobilis balls. Four silver birches provide a dappled canopy over the bench seat, which is flanked by French lavender offering a pleasing aroma. On the North-west corner, a cleverly designed wet-edge pool minimises the need for pool fencing and enhances the usability of the open space.