Twenty-First-Century Garden with an Exhibition Pavilion in the Royal Łazienki Museum in Warsaw.
The garden is designed in a way that questions the concept of natural and artificial, built and native landscape. It reveals the inseparability of culture and nature. Natural elements mingle with human made objects.
Open, continuous, accessible space enables direct interactions between visitors and nature, it allows to observe, experience and revise our understanding of human-nature interdependence. Gravel filters water, built mass worms up and radiate heat, certain species of plants attract animals or create fog.
Multiple interpretation qualities enable variety of use of the inside and outside space for activities related to art, recreation and ecological education.
Garden of the 21st century is a space inspiring reflection on the coexistence of human and nature.
This reflection is a key to understanding human actions in urbanized world, culture as a part of ecosystem, of the environment that we constantly transform.