The Marzotto Village in Jesolo is one of the most beautiful, light and breezy holiday destinations of its kind in the Venice area. Forme d’Acqua and the architect Simona M. Favrin
worked to bring out the best of a recreational area
in the village. They produced an array of circular elements
with different diameters that were inspired by the shadows on the ground produced by the foliage of the numerous pine trees in the village.
The blend of water, plants and rocks within the circles plays a big role in the appearance of the garden and offers a place for tourists that are passing through to relax.
The light features and colours of the herbaceous perennials intertwine with the design elements
on the ground. The pools of water are painted stainless steel fountains
with UV filter systems that keep the water clean and make it possible for the plants to grow alongside them.