Edición 2017 – Parcela 1
Human beings have forgotten what it means to feel. In a world that is so opposed to nature, where experiencing nature is considered a form of relief, we routinely hark back to better times.
Based on this idea, we suggest a sensory garden that takes us to the past. Not only the historic one, where visitors are reminded of different times—like when hanging gardens were popular—but also an intra-historic one. That is the past of people, memories, childhood, everything that blends our experience of the world with our experience of ourselves.
A floating garden makes our memories weightless and awakens our senses. The feeling of nature, suspended.
On the ground, a complex of floral and paved strips act as different stimuli for the visitor: visual, tactile, olfactory and even auditory, through their footsteps.
Tamara Deza Martínez, Irene García Paz, Daniel Fernández Posada
ORIGIN: Pontevedra – Galiza
Creative studio formed at ETSAC (University School of Architecture of A Coruña) with shared interests in the different artistic disciplines, always from an architectural perspective.