The eight finalists of the "Spazi Creativi" international competition were selected to exhibit their creations in the historic park of Villa Erba on Lake Como, on the occasion of the tenth edition of Orticolario from 5 to 7 October 2018 in Cernobbio (CO)
The "Game" is the theme of Orticolario 2018, a complex and fascinating concept that, taking on the most varied nuances, fits perfectly to celebrate the tenth edition. A theme that has tickled the imagination of the participants in the "Spazi Creativi" international competition for the design and construction of gardens and artistic installations. Eight finalists, evaluated by the Selection Committee among numerous proposals sent by architects, designers, landscapers, artists, gardeners and nurserymen from all over Italy and Europe.
The selected projects will realize their project in the historic park of Villa Erba in Cernobbio, during Orticolario, scheduled from Friday 5 to Sunday 7 October 2018: original and innovative spaces, livable and usable gardens, new garden and artistic installation ideas able to give a different experience of relationship with nature and with others.
The creations will be evaluated by an international jury that will award the best award for the sculpture prize "The golden leaf of Lake Como" and other thematic awards.
Here are the eight finalist projects of the competition:
1. "spLaYce ship", project and realization of Mirco Colzani (Paina di Giussano, MB)
2. Fratelli Leonelli space Maintenance and care of the "Good Vibrations ..." Landscape, designed by Stefania Pluchino (Castelletto Sopra Ticino, NO)
3. Spazio Vivai Piante Battistini "Meet me halfway" Project by Andrea Camassa (Bologna)
4. Space Association Animum Ludendo Coles "Who sows game gathers a flourishing and flourishing soul", project by Furio Ferri (Lodi)
5. Green Passion Space "La Topitta", a project by Leonardo Magatti (Cernobbio, CO)
6. "The game is the time", project and realization of MetalliFilati (Cremona)
7. "Castelli di salvia", Project and realization of CIRIBÌ (Como)
8. PVC Jolly Space "V.Rubik, the modular vegetable garden", project by Marco Bellotti (Traona, SO)
Cover photo: Lunar cyclicity, photo by Luciano Movio