Labyrinth garden

A small garden to be admired looking out the window or playing “hide-and-seek”. The idea was brought about by simplifying and re-interpreting the concept of the “labyrinth”, and the stylistic elements of the “Italian garden”: the space, organized by straight lines, presents a living space with benches, a recreation-aesthetic area formed by the “labyrinth” and various flowerbeds. Some of these are set-up with “carpeting” essences to reduce the maintenance; others with Boxwood shaped into balls or bordered with Dwarf Boxwood, enriched with herbaceous perennials and mixed bushes to give layered blooms and movement, with their foliage and bearings, to the immobility of the structure of the garden.

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