A tiny garden, the centerpiece of which is the entrance area that opens onto the swimming pool.
This centerpiece consists of a copse of Betula utilis var Jacqmontii, under which grow Dryopteris erythrosora ferns, which are particularly attractive in autumn thanks to their foliage. A more natural border of perennials, grasses, and herbs (Verbena bonariensis, Salvia Leucantha, Deschampsia caespitosa, and Rosmarinus officinalis) runs along the swimming pool and flowers from summer to late autumn.
A lawn extends from the swimming pool, where three liquidambars on one side and a beech on the other are the protagonists of the space.
Overall, the garden is characterized by its simplicity, rusticity, and sustainability to ensure easy maintenance.
place | Inarzo
year | 2019
size | 1.100 sqm approx.
architectural project | studio Alessio Schiavo
photographs | Stefano Anzini