My sources of inspiration go from big to small, from super famous Piet Oudolf and his highline to the tiny garden behind the corner.
My greater influence, perhaps comes from Lynden B Miller, not only a woman with an extraordinary energy but an amazing public garden designer.
Romantic, bold and old style all at the same time; and from the top of the hill, a fantastic view.
As ‘natural’ as you can get.
A peaceful hideway with view on the Lake Garda. A contemporary garden where foliage and plants structures are the main characters.
The French base of Columbia University, Reid Hall is an incredible space hidden in the heart of Paris’ 6th arrondissement.
A natural cross between an English style and a Mediterranean Garden.
3 days, 3000 plants, 3 friends, one project. In collaboration with my dear friend Dan Walker (www.danwalkerartworks.com) and Elisa Campra (www.naturasumisura.com). Plants kindly offered by Priola’s Nursery (www.vivaipriola.it).
Right at the Italian border with France, a garden, an orchard and a vegetable garden to escape the city life.
In collaboration with Elisa Campra (www.naturasumisura.com).
A strong personality’s garden. To go along with.
In the French countryside but with breeze coming from the sea.
An effective collaboration with Anna Regge and Elisa Campra (www.naturasumisura.com).
Little gardens or terraces to make one’s life as green as possible.