The pandemic is changing our cities, but above all the way we live in them. And now that the transformation is under way, it is natural to wonder how the spaces of everyday life will evolve, which not only connect us with necessary services but also shape us as human beings.
If we follow European and global trends, the answer may lie in the theory of “20-minute neighbourhoods” - or “15-minute cities” - where all the services which are essential for daily life, health, learning and the development of one's inclinations and passions are located no further than a 20-minute walk - or bike ride - from one's home, with access to areas easily accessible to pedestrians and cyclists.
Choosing a pergola for your garden is the best way to enhance your outdoor space and spend pleasant moments in the open air, even at home. Before making this dream come true, within the reach of anyone who has a private garden space, it is necessary to define some factors. First, it is important to decide the purpose of the cover in the garden, so as to choose the right outdoor pergolas according to individual needs.
What can we do when we realise we need more space? Before resorting to extreme solutions, it’s good to consider all options. One of these could come from the outdoors: in fact, extending your home into the garden is one possibility, a solution that offers great results.
Home decor and outdoor furnishings can contribute to making the moment special, especially in this moment when we are all rediscovering domestic spaces and the value of time spent at home.
Precisely for this reason, today we’re going to explore four proposals to decorate your garden for Christmas and enjoy the holidays surrounded by decorations and bright wreaths.
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.