A sustainable garden
The idea developed by the young landscape designers who have just graduated from the University of Pisa, revolves around the need to create a green area without irrigation and with low maintenance, moving towards an increasingly green and sustainable future.
The flowerbed created from scratch is composed of several “green spots” using only perennial plants to have a continuous and lasting green with different blooms, symbolising the strength of nature resisting adversity. In the centre of the flowerbed is a structure made of reclaimed wood in the shape of a wave, surrounded at the base by circles composed of bark-altering aromatic plants, reproducing the “wave” effect of the drop breaking into the sea.
Dry gardens have been created along the walkways, with low-maintenance perennials surrounded by stones and bark.