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Before / after: 7 terraces refitted in Paris

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Before / after: 7 terraces refitted in Paris

Gaston Bintener

When an apartment has a balcony or terraceit is unthinkable to leave a vis-à-vis, sad walls or bad layout spoil the space. For revive at these outer corners, Gaston Bintener, landscape, favors greenery. here is 7 Paris terraces and balconies refitted by this pro.

A terrace or a balcony, big or small, deserves to be arranged with care. In Paris, landscape architect Gaston Bintener has redesigned 7 terraces to make real corners of paradise in the city. Canisses, green plants or shrubs, discover the tips of the landscape to make your outdoor space a new living room.

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1. A vegetated duplex terrace

Before: the terrace of this duplex in Pantin, in the Paris region, was not furnished and very exposed to the wind. The good point of this large terrace : an unobstructed view and a double distribution.

After: Landscaper Gaston Bintener placed shrubby plants in large pots to partition the space. A dining area is created. Panels covered with climbers allow to protect themselves from the wind. On the pergola, plants such as jasmine, hydrangeas, clematis or honeysuckle create a green setting in the city.

After: the vegetation occupies the Parisian terrace

Gaston Bintener

The front terrace:

Before: the undeveloped terrace

Gaston Bintener

2. The paradise of roses on the balcony

Before: on this balcony less than a meter wide, near the Luxembourg Garden, the owner had tried to create a green space, without success.

After: thanks to narrow, but tall pots, which allow the vegetation to develop its roots, Gaston Bintener planted the bower, the old vine and the rose bushes. This arrangement of small balcony offers a beautiful view "bucolic spirit" in the living room of this Parisian apartment.

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After: a very green development

Gaston Bintener

The front balcony:

Before: a narrow balcony with an unsuccessful attempt at planting

Gaston Bintener

3. Like a Mediterranean garden in the heart of Paris

Before: the south-facing terrace of this apartment in the Bastille district was abandoned. The plants planted by the owners were struggling to flourish.

After: Gaston Bintener has chosen to replant large plants to create a garden on the terrace ... Change of scenery and tanning guaranteed! To ensure the sustainability of the planted plants, with owners who do not have time to take care of it, he installed an automatic drip irrigation.

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After: a Mediterranean cocoon in Paris

Gaston Bintener

The front terrace:

Before: a big terrace sad and lacking greenery

Gaston Bintener

4. A courtyard terrace as a green setting

Before: in the Les Halles district of Paris, this apartment had a poorly exploited terrace. On court, but without vis-à-vis, she overlooked dirty walls and was not very bright.

After: Gaston Bintener hid the walls with canisse and tall bamboos. The plant is at the heart of the atmosphere of this terrace with plants such as fern, yew, ivy, all easy maintenance. Another point: the landscaper remade the old shed to better hide it.

After: a green and cozy terrace

Gaston Bintener

The front terrace:

Before: a terrace overlooking a dark courtyard

Gaston Bintener

5. A lush oval terrace in the heart of Paris

Before: in the Champs Elysées district, the terrace of this apartment was unusable. Only a zinc blanket was present.

After: the landscaper created a exotic wood flooring to arrange the balcony. Many persistent plants and a rest area have been added. Today, the terrace overlooking the library lounge is chic and inviting.

After: a nice big oval terrace

Gaston Bintener

The front terrace:

Before: a large undeveloped zinc terrace

Gaston Bintener

6. Redevelopment of the terrace of a loft on the top floor

Before: the loft overlooked a large poorly landscaped terrace in the 18th arrondissement of Paris. The vegetation was very present but poorly maintained and poorly organized.

After: Gaston Bintener chose to install a wooden pergola with climbing plants. Under it, he created a pleasant and green dining area. Thanks to the pergola and the stone walls that surround it, the intimacy is total, difficult to believe in Paris.

The pergola of the beautiful terrace of the loft

Gaston Bintener

The front terrace:

Before: the large terrace on the last floor was not arranged

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7. A new green dining area in Paris

Before: the apartment had a small terrace very visible in the 14th district of Paris. A hedge and some bare plants tried in vain to hide the vis-à-vis, very important on the ground floor.

After: the terrace redeveloped by the landscape has the air of a small garden in town. With the wall of vegetation, it offers more privacy thanks to plants that gradually rise in height.

After: the terrace creates a green setting in the extension of the apartment

Gaston Bintener

The front terrace:

Front: the terrace on the ground floor undeveloped

Gaston Bintener

Contact Gaston Bintener, landscaper:

Gaston Bintener, landscape designer for terraces and balconies in the city, [email protected], www.parisbalcon.com

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