Inauguration of the Suspended Garden during the opening of Jardins du monde en mouvement festival at the International University Campus in Paris.

The second edition of the garden festival focuses on the design of temporary installations in dialogue with the surrounding heritage architecture while incorporating a sustainable dimension.

Five projects are presented: in the Brazilian house the landscape revisits Le Corbusier’s free plan with surprising hanging plants; on the outskirts of the Indian pavilion, totems capture the silent forces of nature; kokedamas compose a melody of seasonal tones in the garden of the Japanese House; at the Monaco foundation a floating bank of fish is a reminder of fragile biodiversity; at the House of Southeast Asia, a sculpture relates of the contamination of farmland in the Mekong Delta.