Having a beautiful, low maintenance garden is the dream of many outdoor enthusiasts who are torn between the desire to treat themselves to an oasis around the house and the fear of not having the time and skills to care for it properly.
Hydroponics and aquaponics involve growing plants without using soil. No, it's not magic, but rather a possible solution for the future of agriculture and a trend in the outdoor sector where hydroponic and aquaponic gardensare becoming increasingly popular.
The furnishing of small spaces can offer countless creative and aesthetic possibilities: retractable closets, storage beds, unexpected boxes, niches that become wardrobes and bookcases that become partition walls. Outdoor spaces can present challenges that are just as interesting: furnishing a small balcony or a long, narrow terrace can become an opportunity to carry out large projects in only a few square metres.
The recent lockdown and the various social distancing regulations throughout Europe have forced many of us to reconsider our habits, starting from how we use places. So here's a sneak preview of garden trends for 2021, all in the name of renewed outdoor spaces to be experienced and shared.
Green jungles in airports and train stations, gardens in shopping malls, urban gardens in terminal waiting rooms: when architecture meets green design the effect is surprising.
Sipping a good wine while strolling through a garden-vineyard is an unforgettable experience, satisfying all five senses in just a matter of seconds. For this reason, many wineries have equipped themselves to give their guests an even more engaging emotion that goes beyond the glass but at the same time exalts it. Some have worked with great architects, employing bold choices and hi-tech materials to present themselves as designer wineries.