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Contemporary gardens

In shapes as in color, the palette available to contemporary gardens is simple, even minimalist. It allows the eye to appreciate the beautiful harmony that emerges from the confrontation of the garden and the architecture, because the exterior is considered as the continuity of the interior space. 

In terms of materials, we will use dry stones for the walls, wood for the terraces, pebbles for carpets and calades. The plants will carve themselves into geometric cheeses. The Topiaries and their pure lines, for example, go perfectly with those, rigorous, of the contemporary house.

The contemporary garden can be read as a whole and this reading reveals a very coherent layout of the plantations and the movement of the earth which strongly structure the landscape. 

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