garden landscaping

To create a garden or green space in accordance with the desired environmental style, our specialists follow certain principles that must be respected at every stage of the project: proportion, order, unity and repetition. All these landscaping principles are fundamental in the construction, design and maintenance of residential gardens.


Principles of harmonious landscaping

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Allows the different sizes of objects to harmonise within the landscape, especially between plants and built space.
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Gives us the opportunity to create a beautiful balance using symmetrical shapes or, on the contrary, to provide an informal ambience using asymmetrical shapes.
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Is an important notion for a garden and is achieved by following a guideline set by a particular style or well-defined theme.
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Allows the recognition of familiar elements that are repeated in the space. Scenes unfold harmoniously, without giving rise to striking contrasts for the viewer’s eye.

Indispensable parameters
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The scale

Defines the relationship between the elements present in the garden and those in the environment. The staircase, both that of the whole garden structure and that of the plants, trees or shrubs, should be adapted to the space available for landscaping and to the height of the buildings used for living or relaxation.
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Is another crucial parameter, to convey life and give space to the garden. Colour allows for unity, a crucial priciple in landscaping. A palette of similar colours will create harmony, while different and well-highlighted colours will produce the feeling of contrast. The landscaper can choose to opt for a garden with warm, strong colours or a cool-coloured design to produce a personalised atmosphere.
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Are the key element of the garden. Curved, friendly lines are reminiscent of English gardens, which conjure up romantic images, while straight lines and angles give a more formal feel to the whole. Vertical lines are used to create a sense of height and draw the eye into the distance, while horizontal lines enlarge or structure the space.
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Shape and textures

Are also part of the fundamentals. The shape of vegetation or furniture helps to maintain a theme. Texture, in turn, appeals to the tactile and visual senses: silvery, fluffy plants, with airy or exuberant leaves, or dancing in the wind, all of which are meant to trigger strong emotions.
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Landscaping your garden according to your preferred style

Your home’s outdoor space can be designed the way you want it, no matter what size it is. Below you will find some ideas of gardens in different styles, from which you can choose your favourite design!

Rustic garden

The rustic-style gardens are characterised by an abundance of greenery and are full of colour, with wood as the central element. It can be used for decorating paths, building a gazebo, a pergola or even a swing. In addition, a few wooden objects can be used to create a dining space. Wooden chairs or stools as well as wooden planters, especially handmade ones, are ideal if you want to create a rustic-style garden.

French-style garden

Symmetry and order are two of the main features of a French-style garden. Stone paths and geometrically shaped green bushes are a must in a French-style garden. Plants in vivid shades add colour, and if you want a more authentic touch, lavender bushes are ideal. Trees or shrubs should be planted in a straight line, and flowers should be arranged to form geometric patterns. The colours that should predominate are pink, white, purple and light blue. Artificial ponds and waterfalls or an artesian fountain can be installed for added sophistication to the garden.

English-style garden

When it comes to landscaping an English-style garden, there should be no shortage of colourful rose bushes, which can also be planted in shady spots. English-style gardens are distinguished by an abundance of flowers and bushes that create an exuberant decor.

Along the path, a low hedge can be built to enclose the flower-filled areas. The garden should be as lively and colourful as possible and maintain a certain order and unstudied balance.

Decorative elements such as wrought-iron or wooden benches, ceramic pots, ornamental ponds, birdhouses or statues are a must in an English-style garden and give the place a special charm.

Japanese-style garden

The aesthetic principle on which the organisation of Japanese gardens is based is known as „fukinsei”, according to which asymmetry is the way in which balance can be controlled. Japanese-style gardens should be simple and elegant, ideal as a space for meditation and communion with the environment.

The paths are narrow and winding and are made of materials such as sand or stone. The central element is the gazebo surrounded by a pond, over which a small arched bridge of wood or stone crosses.

Vintage-style garden

Vintage-style gardens have that look that takes us back to old-fashioned backyards, where plants have taken over the whole landscape. That’s why climbing plants are a must in a vintage garden. Pink honeysuckle, ivy, purple wisteria and clematis are our recommendations. Pink or white roses can be planted to colour the garden and make it look fresh.

The main materials used in the composition of decorative elements are brass, iron, wood, metal or brick.

Modern-style garden

Modern-style gardens are characterised by minimalist design elements and clear lines. The predominant colours are white and green, but shades of grey, purple or red can also be added. Planting small, heat-resistant and easy-care shrubs adds beauty and harmony to the space.

The alleys are composed of gravel, paving or sandstone or marble slabs, but can also be composed entirely of wooden planks. For a relaxing space you can choose between minimalist furniture or pergolas and a swimming pool.

The modern style is suitable for both small and large gardens.

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