Gardens, amusement and leisure space
In the century The building of the Royal Paço de Queluz underwent several building campaigns in accordance with the conjunctural needs of the royal family. However, this palace would never fail to maintain its character as a summerhouse, far from the strict protocol of the court, always prevailing an intimate one. relation to the gardens with which the main facades of the palace are related.
All outdoor spaces had specific functions such as the Maltese Garden and the Fireworks Walk and Launch Suspension Garden, Blind Goat Mall for the said game, Labyrinth, Tile Channel for Small Boat Rides, Princes’ Garden, Garden Botanical, Water Games and Grand Cascade, etc. It was in these spaces that the court enjoyed itself, the leisure of the eighteenth-century court in all its splendor.
Reporting to the recent reopening to the public of the Garden of Malta after rehabilitation that returned the original design, we propose for the theme of the Fair, the creation of gardens, with the arrival of plants imported from various places in Europe, the presentation of drawings and models of the spaces. by its principals, architect Jean Bapttiste Robillion and gardener Van Der Kolk.