The objective of the project landscaping of the territory belonging to the Museum Würth La Rioja Museum Gardens, located in in Logroño (La Rioja, Spain), was the creation of modern expressive figure, reminding of the natural terrain.
These disordered geometric forms designed by experts from the Spanish architectural studio Dom arquitectura, form a spectacular landscape and balanced, combining a river with steep banks, canals and crevices.
European Respectability And Japanese Aesthetics
Part of this “natural” drawing area of 11,280 square feet alternate in color, shape and texture, cleverly intersecting and interwoven.
In “silence” of the natural vegetation “broke” the fragments of concrete, wood and shingles, place a minimalist shapes and lines of abstract “mesh” given by the authors of the pattern.
Everything here has a pastime for a comfortable, relaxing and walking. Grass, trees, rocks, water – all these natural components are given barely perceptible pace and direction of movement.
European respectability and the Japanese philosophy of forming a space for living and recreation: that’s a combination that allowed these strong and charming songs to be a worthy ornament of a territory belonging to the museum building.