Can a garden produce water?
Where it was not possible to directly draw on water resources, man was able to capture water from the air. These three micro gardens recall three such techniques.
The landscape designers Lorenzo Decembrini and Ilaria Tabarani met at the University of Rome. They work together promoting landscape culture, with a close link to architectural and urban planning.
The visitor can wander from the Pantesco garden to the Tu’rat al Warka Water, appreciating both the production of useful plants (edible and officinal from the East, the Mediterranean and the Americas) and the water retrieval techniques revisited and adapted to contemporary needs. An unusual experience, an eco-design that responds to a problem now more than ever relevant, such as water saving. Can a garden produce water? The answer is yes!