The garden

In the natural park, landscape architect Teresa Galí-Izard created a hexagonal garden: “It has evergreen shrubs, perennial plants, and a paved part that determines its purpose, to walk in it.” Aromatic geometry.

Teresa Galí-Izard

Under her sustainable gaze, Catalonian Teresa Galí-Izard orders nature into green puzzles and underscores the native.  Before transforming the exterior of the Andorra Park Hotel, she beautified the Francisco Giner de los Ríos foundation in Madrid, the Central Park in Valencia, and the Paseo de San Juan in Barcelona.

“It has hidden rules that are unseen, but which organise the distribution of the plants: a hexagonal network that extends like a sculpture from the irregular borders of the garden, replete with many varied species that change according to the seasons,” explains the architect.