2,509 Garden Sculpture Asian Landscape Design Photos

McHale Landscape Design, Inc.
1 Review
Darnestown Project
Ideabooks2,303
Questions2
Japanese tea garden style retreat is framed by tree trunk columns milled and dowelled on site by our carpenters. The Asian inscription reads "Hidden Garden".
The Japanese inscription reads: "Hidden Garden". Way cool.
Zen garden. litterally!
The start of the garden
Great garden entrance
Entrance to the jap garden
Formalized garden area
Garden - Japanese inspired
Enter ace to garden...Japanese garden...Garden gate...to the garden...outside garden...hidden garden
“Arbor” — icycool1969
Gardening By Design
Calm sanctuary
Ideabooks491
Questions0
woodsy look using stepping stones into garden entrance
I can add a little more gravel to my path and some flagstone stepping stones and voila, I have the answer. Now, where can I find a sculptural piece as in the picture?
love this sculpture...garden sculpture...Zen garden...peastone garden...Gardening By Design
“Sclupture” — sarahdim
Huettl Landscape Architecture
8 Reviews
small water feature
Ideabooks5,569
Questions3
Garden planting areas
garden sculptures
I love modern gardens
integrated patio + garden
garden lighting...Paving in garden...concrete garden...garden idea
“P” — lferreir
Northern Virginia Full Service Landscape Design Build Firm
We pride ourselves in designing unique landscapes that are a reflection of our clients desires and budgets. Projects range from outdoor kitchens, decks, fireplaces, construction to custom landscapes.
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by Q. Le
Ideabooks1,546
Questions2
local garden clubs, or try YouTube, Google, encyclopedias and bookstores. :)
Fence. circle mini zen garden. sculptured shrubs. path. rock mulch around shrubs.
japanese maple, open lawn, asian sculpture
tea garden and pagoda
bonsai idea on garden
Garden and rock placement
style garden....Whole garden...Evergreen sculpture...Jp garden2...Japanese garden...asian garden
“Combination of textures” — paulsai8dany
Mickelson Design Studio
Garden Sculpture
Ideabooks7
Questions0
is a garden sculpture created for an Asian garden. The pair is fabricated from mild steel and bronze. Size 20"x 38".
make for back garden
Garden Sculpture
“Aménagement extérieur” — levack
Garden Aesthetics
Linda Engstrom
Ideabooks49
Questions0
Garden sculpture
Garden Aesthetics
“Sculptural” — agent994reals
Kikuchi + Kankel Design Group
10 Reviews
Atherton Japanese Garden
Ideabooks8,366
Questions5
within the garden. The small rocks or gravel is called "Pami Pebble" composed of small 3/4-1/2" diameter rounded gravel of various colors.
whole garden together through different spaces
Japanese garden lantern as sculptural object
Such elegant simple beauty a Japanese garden is
style garden... Look at the other photos of this project.
What an amazing zen garden! Can you give the names of the plants that were used to create such a tranquil zone?
in your garden. While Japanese gardens appear to be minimal and simple, every rock, sculpture, plant and path has been placed with great care. These elements inspire calm meditation when you're sitting and looking out at the garden and provide a very specific experience when you're walking through it.
“חצר בנין” — 22liat22
Jay Sifford Garden Design
7 Reviews
Asian Inspired Woodland Garden
Ideabooks578
Questions0
cast bridge as an entry feature for the garden
Jay Sifford Garden DesignSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Create a garden entrance. Every good writer begins by setting the stage in chapter one. Your garden should do the same. A well-designed space always has a starting point. The entrance should set the garden apart from its surroundings
The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge. This bridge over a dry
in the garden of the traveler, because this is the point of departure for the ensuing journey. The garden entrance may be a gate, a set of old doors, a vine-covered arbor, a pair of sculptures or large boulders, an opening in a tall hedge or, as this photograph shows, a bridge.
“backyard retreat” — rosebud1297
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