Clàudia Amías and Joan Batlle are both architects and have been working in a landscape office (Batlle i Roig) since 2014. This work experience inclined them to continue their studies towards Landscape Architecture. Currently, they combine office work with their academic formation to enhance their knowledge of the profession and the search of new forms of urban growth and landscape resilience. Their passion is to discover through travel new landscapes and the use that each culture gives to landscape.
Greeted by a corner of desert characterized by rock and gravel from Etna, the visitor is forced to get through a green “wall” in order to return to life. A plant garden that helps him or her to understand the value of an environment in which it is easy to find water and food, and hence the importance of projects to reforest arid zones.