The gardens, according to Ossart & Maurières, are a vibrant tribute to the aridity that produces them, and at the same time they are incredibly lush. Plants that have been patiently harvested in the arid zones of the world are then grown in their gardens, they thrive perfectly with an extremely economical management of the water. So here there is no fake English lawn at the edge of the pool (we are in Taroudant, Morocco), but the soothing shadow of a jungle in an apparent disorder cleverly orchestrated as a painting. Then, as a natural extension of this approach, came their terracotta tiles that bear the imprint of some emblematic plants of their dry gardens, such as palm leaves.

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