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In this garden, limestone pieces were placed horizontally to define the area of the wild flora, in order to set limits to its spread area, and to be seen from the main stairs which provide access to the house. Thus, we take advantage of the vast ground vegetation to optimize its maintenance; in this case we leave some areas intact, and in others we subtly intervene.

Five unique areas are created using limestone, but the original character of the place can still be understood under the layer of our intervention.

The stone ‘Piano keys’ are the architectural element that could be recognized throughout the garden. At the same time, these sculptural pieces serve as reference points leading to the direction of the house from all outlying areas. In addition, groups of smaller river stones, are organically aligned to connect the five plazas across the path.