This project is a wonderful example of our firm’s philosophy of creating interesting and beautiful outdoor living spaces that are environmentally sensitive to our dry climate. The designer's intent was to create an Indonesian-inspired pavilion that appears to float over the water's edge. Hand-picked boulders were fit and set to create the setting for the Jarrah wood hot tub. The architectural elements appear as though they were built against an existing rock out-cropping. The back wall of the pavilion was stuccoed a deep carnelian color and a coral-bark maple was planted behind the tub that mirrors the stucco color. Square, hard-fire bricks were used as the paving. Stacked stone slabs create the flared steps for spa access.