All human work goes through stages that lead to irreversible degradation processes. And from there, to ruin, abandonment and oblivion. Nature, however, is not consumed with death, but regenerates itself, emitting new forms and aesthetics.

We are always looking for a decadent and beautiful ending. Not beautiful in the sense of perfect, but in a new identity and abstraction that generates the concept of an inanimate garden, not exempt from scars or transitions, with a new interpretation of non-life.

The Japanese Wabi-sabi concept takes us to a visual state in which we accept the beauty of imperfection. But why do we consider the absence of life as a dark scenario and not as a new mutation?

The passage of time, diseases, winds and rains form unique traits in plants, the product of continuous transformation and randomness. An elegant, unique fracture typical of irregular beauty.