This garden was born from the idea that the most powerful visual impact for our eyes is yellow against a black background. These colours are present in the urban landscape: road signs and advertisements. In the garden, pure black does not exist, but a multitude of dark shades come near to it and give colour to the flower, stem and leaf: strange, surprising, rare or isolated plants. A yellow line leads you into this garden from the outside, first passing through a white room, then stopping and becoming a dotted line on a path that crosses the dark garden. Further on, a spiral movement takes shape; the line curves in Japanese steps to embrace a garden of luminous uprights: the vegetable garden. The yellow line then gradually rises, transforming into a bench, then into a viewing point, from which you can see the whole garden exploding in a multitude of yellow flowers.