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GIARDINI IN VASO | A Living Chapel at the Botanical Garden

We are Nature. We are all part of the same life cycle and inhabit a single home that needs care and attention. When we forget this, we should try to 'retreat' to the Living Chapel of the Botanical Garden, a contemporary version - as its architect Gillean Denny defines it - of the Porziuncola in Assisi, conceived on the exact proportions but with a twist that pushes the walls upwards and is almost entirely covered with evergreen plants. Landscape architect Consuelo Fabriani, director of the Living Chapel Programme, will accompany you on discovering this evocative "living installation" combining nature, art, music and architecture.



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