To design this “L” shaped garden, we have used a series of circles to link the spaces and their different textures, forms and materials. The main seating area is built of natural stone, its floral design called “The Florence Sunflower”. Bricks provide an edging for the flower beds, and the borders are the result of an interlinking and crossing series of circles. On the other side of the garden a stream flows from a corner into a meandering stream before disappearing into a bed of stones. A circular wooden path spans the dry stone garden, bridging the natural stream.