The project covers a large estate inserted between the emilian hills, defined by smooth curves, heterogeneous textures and different levels.
Grasses borders and perennials function as common thread throughout the project creating a unique natural effect, contrasting with the more regular geometry of Buxus Sempervirens.
The paving around the villa, made of wooden planks, twisted developing functional areas (relax area and dining area) with steel pergolas, which mark a connection between interior and exterior.
Many wicker baskets containing aromatic and cut flowers come in succession in a contrast of colours and shapes creating linear corridors.
Cypresses and corkes stand out, harmoniously integrated into the landscape.
A bamboo grove (Phyllostachys viridis) stands as the first limit to landscape; over the reeds, the project extends over the border of the property with grasses borders and aromatics.
Photographed by © Giardino Segreto ©Dario Fusaro