A small botanical garden and urban lounge area for the city center of Mestre.

The small urban garden on the north side of Piazzale Cialdini, a historicized public green space within the city of Mestre, has been redeveloped and enhanced to make it a point of interest for the community.
This space has become a small and welcoming “living room” characterized by plants with colors and scents that alternate during the different seasons.
The garden is also proposed as an educational space since, starting from the maintenance of the historic Magnolia grandiflora, a small collection of magnolias has been developed, as in a botanical garden. An educational totem (also translated into Braille) explains the botanical characteristics and cultural curiosities of the Magnolia genus and then, specifically, of the individual species and varieties.