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AELAND：The houses are located in Formentera, a small Mediterranean island that has maintained its character over time. This character is what has been wanted to preserve and enhance through the use of shapes, colours and textures of the place and has served as the guiding thread of the project.
Thanks to the magnificent climatic conditions of Formentera, the landscaping project required a very extensive program that was open to the environment at the same time. The different spaces of the gardens are organized by small dry-stone walls built following the traditional technique, which are closing the gardens discontinuously, allowing a great fluidity between the different spaces created and the environment.
Each part of the program (parking, barbecue, outdoor dining room, chill-out, outdoor terrace and pool) is supported by a small dry-stone wall from which the structures of the pergolas stand out. All of them have been made with sabina wood, typical tree of the island very resistant to the conditions of the site, and the shading elements have been resolved in different ways to give each area its own character.
The pergolas, according to the needs of the site, have been covered with small trunks of juniper wood, with long and thin trunks of chestnut, and in other cases with fine metal meshes to generate vegetable pergolas. Other elements such as lighting have also been worked with ceramics from the area, hanging from the pergolas, and with sabina wood, as lanterns arranged by the garden.
The gardens´ floor has been treated with gravel made with stone from the site to reinforce the continuity between the immediate surroundings of the houses.
The existing vegetation in the plot is limited and is distributed irregularly within the plot. The main existing plant specimens are the following: junipers (Juniperus phoenicea), mastic (Pistacia lentiscus) and other types of low shrubs such as thyme (Thymbra capitata) and rosemary (Rosmarinus officinalis). The plantation has been carried out according to the criterion of the maximum possible integration with the existing vegetation, complementing it with species typical of the area’s own crops, such as the olivetree (Olea europea), the carob tree (Ceratonia siliqua) and the fig tree (Ficus) carica) regarding the trees, as well as the grapevine (Vitis vinifera) are organized according to the agricultural pattern and as climbers on the pergolas.
The shrub plantations are made mainly with the species native to the place, other shrubs typical of Mediterranean climates are also integrated and therefore require the same conditions as those of the area, for example artemisia (Artemisia “Powis Castle”), the centaurea (Centaurea pulcherrima) or different varieties of Australian rosemary (Westringia sp.) that it makes the plantation interesting thanks to the staggered flowering. Succulent plants also play a very important role given their adaptation to the arid conditions of the field and have been used both as isolated specimens, as is the case of some agaves and aloes, as forming groups in which different species of Echeveria predominate.
In the pots have been planted both the same shrub species that in the rest of the garden, as some examples of succulents, highlighting especially the euphorbias (Euphorbia ingens), some aloes such as Aloe striata or Echeverias (Echeveria ‘Ruffles’). Regarding the shrubs and evergreens, gray leaves have been used especially in grouped plantations of different species, such as Centaurea pulcherrima, Convolvulus cneorum, Helichrysum agrophyllum, or large isolated individuals, as is the case with the Australian pilgrims (Westringia fruticosa). As for the climbers, they also have their place next to the main pergola, in this case white bougainvillea.
首席设计师和团队：Ana Esteve, Marcel Bilurbina, Sergi Abellan, Marilena Christodoulou
景观面积：170 370 m²
Project name: HOUSE COMPLEX IN FORMENTERA
Design year: 2013
Year Built: 2016
Leader designer and Team: Ana Esteve, Marcel Bilurbina, Sergi Abellan, Marilena Christodoulou
Project location (Street, City, Country): Formentera Island, Spain
Landscape Area: 170 370m²
Design Company: AE Land
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