Italian studio act_romegialli has taken a vacation home’s former garage and turned it into a garden hideaway. Its glazed paneling, galvanized framing, and remaining stone supporting walls are purposefully covered in shrubbery and flowering plants.
What do you think of the simple, two-room structure? Do you feel that such a greenery canvased structure makes for an inviting, tranquil retreat, or do you think the overgrowth is overwhelming rather than integral to the design?
Photographs were taken by Marcello Mariana.