Arts and Crafts Garden Loggia
The Loggias consist of two structures, both matching and formed of gigantic brick buttresses carrying an immense single piece of cambered oak which have large cyma mouldings to the ends. These beams were constructed from one section of oak and were cut and formed with chainsaws. They are linked with thick green oak rafters that provide a frame for wisteria to cover. After only a few years of growth the wisteria has interlocked each of the beams and rafters and provides a natural net over the loggia with its pungent scent and light green leaves setting off the richness and detail of the oak and the texture of the brickwork to the piers. The loggias are there to serve one purpose only and that is to provide a space to wander through the garden undercover whilst deep in thought.
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