I can’t begin to explain the serenity these photos bring me. A slice of heaven by Luciano Giubillei.
Crossing the modest threshold of Potter’s House, your eye is immediately drawn to the framed view of the garden, a palette of green that pulls you inward, through to the heart of the house. Imparting the feeling of a cloister, the garden is set around a central pool and enclosed on four sides, from one of which the unfinished architecture of the Esglesia Nova casts an overlooking eye. The planting combines a delicate array of gaura, stipa and centranthus alba, creating a soft palette against the more structural forms of the muehlenbeckia and pistacia. A personal project for Luciano, Potter’s House can be found on the island of Mallorca, nestled within the quiet village of Son Servera.