Gardens and parks

The private gardens constitute an extension of the internal spaces of the building. Plants and vegetation have a positive influence on people's wellbeing, the environment, air quality, humidity, temperature, but also on people's well-being. A garden can have different purposes, it can only be decorative or vice versa a space dedicated to free time, play and relaxation. Designing a garden is, in its own way, a form of landscape architecture in a small way.

Public gardens
Renewal of the Dante Square in Trento. Water games upgrade the urban garden

The garden south of Dante Square in Trento has been renovated by the Raro Studio, whose project enhances the presence of the pond with water games and by redesigning the surrounding areas as reception and gathering places

Sponge Mountain in Turin. Artificial mountain absorbs air pollution
Sponge Mountain in Turin. Artificial mountain absorbs air pollution

Sponge Mountain is architect Angelo Renna's project for an artificial mountain which, by re-using soil excavated from the construction of the Turin-Lyon high-speed railway would be able to absorb the city's pollution

Hikes above the Horní Bečva quarry in order to encompass the drama of the surroundings
Hikes above the Horní Bečva quarry in order to encompass the drama of the surroundings

Three new scenic walks above the Horní Bečva quarry take visitors to the slopes and to the top of the quarry hill, together forming a walking circuit that connects all the major viewpoints, a nearby road, and a parking lot

People Parkers, a portable garden that steals the parking space from cars and gives it back to people
People Parkers, a portable garden that steals the parking space from cars and gives it back to people

People Parkers are miniature public gardens on wheels, designed to temporarily convert street parking spaces into green and welcoming places for citizens

Montreal Pavilion Park glass and corten
Corten Pavilion in Montreal. The Geometric Volume is created from the union of wood and metal.

Les Architect Labontè Marcil designed the Clémentine-de-la-Rousselière pavilion in Montreal. The project goes beyond the preconceived idea that a chalet in the park should only meet functional needs, becoming instead a strong element within it.

The tree park seen from above
The park as a connection of different areas. It is the Library of the Trees in Milan

Designed in 2003 by the Inside Outside Team, which won the international competition organized by the City of Milan, the Park "The Library of Trees" was built in 2018, becoming an urban link, cultural campus and botanical garden

Playground as a set of pixels
Public Space as a combination of Pixels. Space organization and modular approach

The 100architects studio designs a public space project that combines different structures, spaces for children and adults, inspired by the digital concept of pixel, an independent unit that, combined with other pixels, creates an image