Formal Gardens

Formal Gardens offer open spaces that enhance big properties. They can bring a convenient expansive view into small properties as well. The proliferation of details creates a lavish landscape that stimulates the senses while elaborating an harmonic view.

The enjoyment of the landscape and the consciousness of the viewer about the natural surroundings started with the implementation of Formal Gardens during the Renaissance in the XV Century embodying the classical idea of order and beauty.

Formal gardens where initially designed integrating the natural surroundings, the buildings and their private outdoor spaces when breaking down the walls of the enclosed Medieval Gardens and offering a consistent natural landscape view created for contemplation.

Looking for its main value: Balance, formal gardens are designed with geometrical shapes and symmetry to reach and order that effectively bring serenity into the landscape. Thereby, formality has been matching the different epochs to the present day when framing multiple contexts and architectural designs in a manner that provide calmness.

Additionally, Formal gardens are exciting because can be designed following sustainable principles to reach consistency with the local conditions when selecting the right plants to be installed symmetrically, creating not only an stylised structure but also stunning focal points. These different aspects always bring clean and classic potent forms into the landscape.