The Jimador’s Garden


Design | 2020
The Jimador’s Garden is a concept based on pure escapism. Realized at the end of a long winter in New York City, this garden transported us to a warmer place where the sun shines, tequila flows, and music sounds.

The garden, tucked between towering Palms and Yuccas, is envisioned for a warmer, arid climate. The focal centerpiece, a modern, poppy sculpture within the Spanish 'colonial-esque' water feature, playfully celebrates the Agave plant while adding a touch of formalism to the design, thus creating a bold contrast between the formal architecture, contemporary art, and expressive, sculptural plants of the region. 

White Quartz | Agave tequilana | Yucca brevifolia | Washingtonia filifera | Aluminum | Paint