Garden Design For A Spanish Villa Realized by Architect Luis Velasco Roldán
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DesignRulz10 January 2013
When designing a garden, there are many decisions to make and hundreds of options to consider when placing plants. First, you have to place plants where they will actually grow. This is what separates garden design from any other form of design: each decision affects a living thing. Spotted on home-designing.com, the house designed by architect Luis Velasco Roldán offers us some ideas of how to bring nature inside. The dwelling, based in Selva has a minimalist decor that is brought to life with the abundance of plants and shrubs that give an injection of color and softens the hard edges of the modern construction. Looking out over a rich expanse of village greenery, the sophisticated attic space gives the inhabitants peaceful moments and tranquility.