For the thirteenth consecutive year, the domaine of the Louvre welcomes Jardins, Jardin aux Tuileries Gardens. In short time, the Garden of Tuileries converts into a collection of creative niches to showcase to the world unique French perspectives and expertise. This event has become a “must see”! The opportunity presents a welcomed outdoor attraction to admire and appreciate terrasses, gardens, and balconies realized by experienced landscapers. Workshops present opportunities to learn about ancient and modern gardening techniques.
Beautiful design brought by Capsel Paysage, Le Jardin Gourmand, realised by Capsel Paysage & partners.
The spring rains have ensured the greens of the Paris gardens. Jardin de Tuileries, originally a desire of the Queen Catherine de’ Medici and created in 1564, is now treasured by our citizens and is patiently maintained by a team of gardeners. It offers a peaceful haven for 14 million pedestrians who traverse its 22.4 hectares annually.
This photo presentation will showcase various gardens in walk-through designs, will present cabanas of creative and distinct design and materials, as well as include various images of the pleasures of sharing companionship in the pleasurable, cosy garden spaces.
One is compelled to walk through to feel the energies of the lovely metal sculptures showered in beautiful words and phrases by F. Chasta Créations.
An interesting walk-through in wood, iron and greenery designed in collaboration by the students of École Du Breuil, founded in 1867.
More wood design: the Folie Végétal (plant madness) by Jules Levasseur, junior designer of the Chaire Idis of the ESAD of Reims, Lauréat of the contest in innovation and award for design.
Multi textured… walk on the stones, not the greenery, listen to the water and pass through to the covered zen-space. Conception, Sandrine Milic. Le Jardin Japonais partnered with Vert Ligne.
Pieces for the classic garden easily selected at Paul Bert Serpette.
Less is more; simple design, rich colour, easy care for a city or country lifestyle.
Solid external home extension with this colourful metal garden cabana.
I laughed out loud when I opened this door. Great idea for a lovely man-cave in wood by Copacabanon.com, who partnered for the exposition with Men’s UP TV – the first television channel dedicated to news for men: fashion, gastronomy, design, sport, automotive, outings, culture, high-tech… with magazines and exclusive broadcasts.
Slightly lighter and more feminine style shown in this Tripod’ Tressé by De La Plume À La Bêche in partnership with Pépinières Allavoine .
Le Refuge, concept by Francis Arsene. Arzinc Couverture GF features another metal design perfect for an extended living or studio cabana in the garden.
In keeping with the metal theme, I am happy to introduce a sophisticated and sassy garden companion, Misty, by Philippe Jourde at le atelier creationdejp . Below, also in fine metal craftsmanship, is Misty’s friend, conductor Giuseppe.
Light spacious metal garden latticework pavilion.
And the final, Cabane Claire-Voie by Élodie Cabos Cabana Design.
Et voilà! Of course, the champagne garden was filled and fully enjoyed by friends sharing a moment with Champagne Brimoncourt. Summer Solstice coming soon, and garden time will be increasing here at least. Enjoy!