Backgarden Kamillestraat Den Haag
5.30 x 17.00m
May 2022, by Thomas Kroon Hoveniers
This narrow, deep backgarden is divided into four terraces, alternated with planting. In front of the house lies a brick terrace, for a lounge-set. Then follows a small shell terrace with a view on a plantborder including the existing Plumtree. This is followed, 15cm lower, by a second brick terrace for a dining table, bordered by a plantborder with the existing Peartree in it. The fourth (shell)terrace lies on the left from the existing long shed in the back, again at 0-level and somewhat hidden behind planting and an overgrown pergola. The triangular boundary in the back is concealed by a cortensteel plantcontainer, including the existing Laureltree.