Stay dry in the Pacific Northwest rain and shaded in the long days of bright summer sun. Dine in the comfort and shelter of fabric architecture, surrounded by native northwest plantings. This garden showcases the synthesis of fabric structures and landscaping.
Water falling from above is caught by the canopy and directed into a waterfall feature that feeds the thriving garden of water-loving plants. Rock work holds the form for the flowing water and grounds the landscape in the natural basalt and flagstone of the region.
This fabric Architecture of the Air provides year-round use of the patio area, keeping it dry in winter and cool in summer. Here it catches the beautiful twilight of nightfall.