- Sponsored by
- Principality of Monaco
- Designed by
- Sarah Eberle
- Built by
- Peter Dowle Plants & Gardens
This garden illustrates the interaction between architecture and landscape that characterises Monaco's spectacular scenery.
Monaco is a Mediterranean principality, highly populated, rich in character and supportive of the arts and the environment.
The garden shows how landscape and architecture can interact to provide sustainable solutions to support high density living, including the use of vertical green walls and planted roofs.
The rear portion of the garden contains a structure of varying heights that represents a section of a high rise building. This area leads to a courtyard with access to a small balcony above a cantilevered planted roof, providing an area that is protected from the sun’s rays.