Adopt a bench from the water theater of the gardens of Versailles.

The creation of landscape architect Louis Benech in the heart of the gardens of Versailles has brought a new life to the grove of the Water Theater, created in 1671 by André Le Nôtre.

For the occasion, this landscape’s goldsmith has imagined a bench designed as an invitation to the contemplation of the grove. Arranged at the detour of an alley, at the edge of the basins filled with the astounding fountain sculptures of Jean-Michel Othoniel or at the root of a tree, these benches fit harmoniously into the grove offering different views of the garden.

These benches are composed partly of the red marble from Saint Pons.