Location: Córdoba (Spain)
Executed by Nóbilis Arquitectura del Paisaje. A wonderful hunting estate in the Sierra de Córdoba. Areas around the estate were landscaped, such as the entrance, the patios, the swimming pool and some exteriors, for example, the ‘window in the wall’. Very few plants were chosen for this garden due to it being in a highly protected environment. Oaks were used as tree species, with aromatic species and rosaceae to provide the shrubs. We encountered an additional problem in the form of the ‘locals’ – deer that ate anything and everything. Some white oleanders (Nerium olender Mont blanc) proved to be unappetising and, as of today, I believe they’re still there. It was a very special job, even with the terrible weather during its execution.