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Kristen Rudger Landscape Design
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Water Features
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childlike exploration. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.
childlike exploration. After all, the whimsical garden begs to be explored.More: What Kind of Gardener Are You? Find Your Archetype
“Love the sage and moss” — Laurinda Hulce
Andrew Renn
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Andrew Renn Design, Beautiful gardens of Melbourne Australia
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one to explore the beyond. Not being able to see the beyond from every perspective in the garden adds excitement to the journey.
one to explore the beyond. Not being able to see the beyond from every perspective in the garden adds excitement to the journey.
Explore the beyond
“Love this!” — liketolearn
Home & Garden Design, Atlanta - Danna Cain, ASLA
14 Reviews
Enjoy this pathway. It's easy to walk on and pretty too!
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paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
Add some paths. Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them
add some paths; dogs like to explore as much as people
Dogs love to prowl and patrol, so paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
paths to explore are as much fun for them as they are for people.
“Walk paths” — emwvpg
Northern Virginia Landscape Architect and Designer
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Randy Thueme Design Inc. - Landscape Architecture
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Sun Valley
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thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me?
Read this article, very interesting about kids exploring the outdoors.
thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me? See how to design a garden that flows and intrigues
ExplorationNarrow spaces to move through and overhead planes to walk under become powerful additions to a garden's circulation. Walking from one place in the garden to another becomes a unique experience. Your kids will always remember playing in a space like this.
thinking and exploring. Where does that path go? What’s over there? Where can I go that no one will find me?See how to design a garden that flows and intrigues
“Willaroo” — toniewalsh
Lucid Land Studio
eclectic garden
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Lucid Land StudioSave to IdeabookEmail Photo These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
These boulders are a great place to rest out in the garden. Their mass adds to the palpable experience of the well-planned garden, and the scrim of trees in the background begs exploration.
“..nice boulders” — 2alman
Traditional Landscape
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colors but explore shapes and textures.
Limit your colors but explore shapes and textures. Bright warm oranges and gaudy pinks may be overpowering in a relaxation garden. If you study the garden shown here, you will find that the color palette is extremely limited. The majority
encouraged to explore the wonderful variety of textures.
Limit your colors but explore shapes and textures. The uses of brighter green are to draw the eye around the space
colors but explore shapes and textures
limit colors but explore textures & shapes
colors but explore shapes and textures. Bright warm oranges and gaudy pinks may be overpowering in a relaxation garden. If you study the garden shown here, you will find that the color palette is extremely limited. The majority of plants used in this garden are either bluish gray or tan. Green is used to
“Steps” — mkt92056
CAST architecture
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Mazama Ranchero
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sense of exploration and mystery in a confined space.
Sense of exploration. Supporting previously mentioned ideas about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection from adjacent spaces. They’re like short trips with a clear beginning
Sense of exploration. Supporting previously mentioned ideas about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection from adjacent spaces. They’re like short trips with a clear beginning, middle and end.
Sense of exploration. Supporting previously mentioned ideas about privacy and separation, hallways are necessary in narrow buildings. They can heighten our sense of disconnection from adjacent spaces. They’re like short trips with a clear beginning, middle and end. In this way we understand that the spaces
“Benches” — esdosbourn
Revival Arts | Architectural Photography
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Exteriors
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invites exploration, evokes mystery and slows the pace of the visitor so that attention is paid to details. A straighter, wider pathway is more utilitarian with regard to moving visitors from one point to another. An acceptable width for a typical garden pathway is generally 3½ to 4 feet, although pathways
solitary exploration may be as narrow as 2 feet. The garden of the extrovert, however, may sport pathways of 5 or even 6 feet in width. The extra width encourages more than two people to walk side by side and can make for a gregarious space. Keep in mind that pathways constructed of stone, brick or concrete
invites exploration, evokes mystery and slows the pace of the visitor so that attention is paid to details. A straighter, wider pathway is more utilitarian with regard to moving visitors from one point to another. An acceptable width for a typical garden pathway is generally 3½ to 4 feet, although pathways
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