The steep terrain surrounding the Zurich Lake was what allowed Enea to create outdoor rooms that worked perfectly with the architecture of a house that was designed to have two main open verandas as its main feature. Connecting these two flat areas, the architects envisioned a large promenade, where one could enjoy the lake view when transitioning from the upper terrace to the lower one. The transitional spaces in between the flat areas were gently planted with grasses that worked perfectly with the natural slopes. To balance the softness of the grass plantings, picturesque and expressive pines lend the sensation of stability and durability to the garden. The idea of connecting the outside with the inside was strongly incorporated here, making the boundaries disappear in between the building and the garden. The result is a flexible, spacious, park-like garden which can be experienced and utilized by the whole family.