When designing our projects, we study the areas to build based on what already exists so we are able to get the most out of it. This is the case of the “Palmera Garden”, where we used a big Canary Island Palm tree as the center of inspiration, to create a multidimensional garden based on its imposing beauty.

On the other hand, a harmonious game of heights, with small green island hills that concentrate different varieties of plants, Attenauta Agaves, purple and green succulents, ferns, and lavenders. Also, we can see a mosaic of textures with a planter on a wooden wall that integrates with the architecture of the house that blends with the garden until it reaches a vertical wall, which gives a great accent of color, multiform, and multi-texture enhancement to this sensorial garden.