Enea Landscape Architecture makes its debut at Art Basel in Basel with a nature installation
Enea Landscape Architecture is to become an official partner of Art Basel in Basel and thus lay a foundation for a long-term collaboration. Enzo Enea, Founder and Creative Director of Enea Landscape Architecture will showcase his unique nature installation, “Use/Abuse“ to highlight the theme of sustainability at the fair and invite us to reflect on the symbiotic relationship between man and nature.
Trees – Living Artworks of Nature
Enzo Enea’s nature installation, “Use/Abuse“ deals with a key issue of our time: the ecological consequences of our current way of life. It questions the relationships between ecology, humans and nature. In Hall 1, where the area Unlimited is found, Enea Landscape Architecture creates a place of reflection in the restaurant and their own lounge with up to 800-year-old olive trees. It is here where social issues can be artistically negotiated and staged. These natural works of art symbolize the power of trees and illustrate their important role in the design of natural and urban spaces today. “In our cities and in our living environments, trees are given less and less space. The ecological balance is in danger. Trees are protective elements of our society.” (Enzo Enea, CEO Enea Landscape Architecture)