An early 20th century building with an unusual classical gallery. A wood platform bridges the gap between the living space and the patio. An urban vegetable garden was created using wooden barrels for the vegetables and big terracotta planters for citrus trees. The full length of the space is left open for ball playing. At the back, two custom-made wooden houses provide storage for tools. A salvaged pergola is draped with flowering vines, which ensures privacy while allowing one to enjoy the gallery’s architecture.