Millo creates a garden installation in royal castle

Art meets nature in the latest work of the Italian muralist Millo. Named ‘Sleeping Beauty’, he created a stunning installation in the orangery of Sofiero Palace, the royal castle in Helsingborg, Sweden.  

Millo

Where do you go when you are dreaming?
I found where we dream together. To get her.

Sofiero castle

Sofiero castle was built in 1874 and soon it became the favorite summer residence of King Gustaf IV Adolf. Before passing away he decided to left Sofiero residence to the city of Helsingborg so that the general public could enjoy it as much as he had. Nowadays the castle is very famous for its rhododendrons collection, over 500 species, the biggest collection in Europe.

This unique installation has been possible thanks to the collaboration with Sara Bratt, the official garden designer of the castle and the Kulturhotellet association.

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