The client is an agency that organizes indoor and outdoor civil ceremonies and small and medium sized wedding reception. As the garden is used mainly for weddings i.e. when a couple starts their life together I chose curved and soft lines of a labyrinth to represent the flow of life that the newlyweds will spend together. Soft lines that resemble the pentagram of a musical score. A wish for a life full of music. Get playfully lost together in the labyrinth and find their way out in a light hearted and joyful way. Three great open spaces within the labyrinth can be used for formal and informal gatherings.

The garden is composed of hedges of Buxus sempervirens, to which I added trees of Malus Floribunda ‘Red Sentinel’ as vertical element. All around the garden runs a white mixed border composed of perennial herbaceous and rose plants. In particular I have chosen Rosa ‘Iceberg’ because it’s one of the best Floribunda roses and it flowers continuously from early in the season, often well into the winter. The walls are covered by Clematis Duchess of Edinburgh.