St Horto by OFL Architecture and Federico Giacomarra is a sensorial garden space that has been built to encourage interaction between its users. The public rooftop garden was showcased at this Maker Faire in Rome with a concept that combined theories from the studies of music, architecture and science fields.
Located on the top of Palazzo delle Esposizioni exhibition hall, St Horto by OFL Architecture and Federico Giacomarra is made up of a range of cultivation areas, musical harp elements and integrated seating.
The impressive garden also features an interactive lighting system that alternates within its 31 different flower beds. In addition to its aesthetic beauty, this example of eco architecture encourages interaction and education among users of all ages. The outdoor space creates a sensory experience for its users and encourages sustainable building practices.
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