Impossible aspect with almost no sun and very narrow space gave a difficult task designing this London garden. It almost seemed like a grotto and at the end it was turned in to one. It was imagined that the narrow walk from the living room exit towards the end of the garden is like a walk through a magical forest with lots of water and monochrome green environment. Overflowing glass water features especially come to magic when they are up-lighted at night and shine like tall pillars of light. Rhythmical and alternating positioned elements widen the space and give an impression of meandering through such a narrow site. The end of the path is an entrance to a grotto area with Karst caves inspired water features and entertaining functional paved area.