They asked us a reform of the central space of a 70s garden. The place has four visible faces and an important slope.
The solution we have chosen is a system of buckets at different levels that alternate vegetation in corridors and colours, different colours, white, blue, yellow, red, etc., in order to give the garden some colour the whole year.
The order and the disorder alternate throughout the seasons, as plants grow exuberantly to give shade in summer and they lose their leaves in winter to open the garden to the sun. The buckets of trimmed boxwood provide space with solidity and stability.
Finally the water jumps from one bucket to another to give life to the space and to incorporate this reform to a pool that already existed.