My definition of the landscaping.
All my projects are primarily concerned with the combination of slender or rounded shapes and the range of greens offered by nature. It is the very definition of the architecture of a garden.”
What could be more beautiful than the soft green gray of the olive trees, the bluish green velvety of the lavender, or even the bright yellow of the santolines in bloom punctuated by the dark and slender forms of the cypress trees of Provence? What could be more beautiful than a soft pink heather that will awaken a light gray perennial bush?
How do you approach your space design projects?
In my approach to the garden, I gladly play between two methods that may seem opposite and yet so complementary.
All my plans of mass are drawn by hand, that is to say, » in the old way». This traditional technique allows me to » visualize » the garden. While I take the time to draw an olive tree, a perennial mass, aarbour, or the paved entrance to a property, I remember the places, I picture the volumes, I think the associations, I’m soaking up the scents that are going to be involved in this project. I’m already walking in the garden. But you also have to be able to make the customer feel this great adventure.
Thus, I accompany the landscaping plan of various digital artistic projects that will present as faithfully as possible the future project. This is where the computer comes in. The preliminary draft is the visualization designed specifically for the observer. I try to put myself in the owner’s shoes and get him to understand how his future living space will unfold.