Dialogues between architecture and vegetation, a “mechanical” alegory.
Four pavillions on a tray.
1.The roof garden.
A house occupies a piece of land. Vegetation can only grow on the roof.
The indoor vegetation in a house may be in a pot, a vase or on a painting.
The vegetation is protected by walls.
The plants become the furniture of this room without roof. The real furniture is in the patio camuflated as a plant or decorated with shapes of a plant.
Vegetation can only survive in a certain atmosphere. The plants have the shape of a glass structure. In this case it is a tree.
Pergolas are traditionally made of tree truncks and allow the growing of vines on them.
A green smoke which is coming out from the trunks evoques the image of branches and green leaves which the vines usually have