GARDEN HOUSEĀ | Garden Pavilion is designed as a retreat and gathering place for a property with an 1890s colonial revival primary residence. As viewed from the main house the lodge acts both as a focal point at the far end of the garden as well as the enclosing edge of the property. The lodge and the accompanying spa pavilion center on an elliptical reflecting pool. Classical formality and symmetry are used in response to the vocabulary of the main house. A spatial composition of three gabled volumes connected together, form an H-shaped plan for the lodge. These spaces open onto the stone terrace that steps down to the pool and garden lawn.