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Costello Kennedy Landscape Architecture
Modern Garden/ Green Roof
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Geometric Designs Keep Plants in Line
this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features.
landscaping: Costello Kennedy Landscape ArchitectureSave to IdeabookEmail Photo Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but create very distinctive features
how they are perfect for creating the definition required between the planting blocks.More: Mondrian Lives On in Modern Garden Design
Looking down on this small formal garden design, we can clearly see the simple lines of its planting scheme. The blocks of plantings do not flow into one another, but
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Ibarra Rosano Design Architects
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Winter Residence Remodel
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sometimes be difficult for us to relate to, as they tend to not reference previous styles of garden design much and are divorced from any historical references. Yet surely it is this style of garden design that fits with how we lead our lives, and has some of its roots in the works of Adolf Loos, an
reference previous styles of garden design much and are divorced from any historical references.
Simple and functional gardens that fit in with the architecture of
Simple and functional gardens that fit in with the architecture of a home can sometimes be difficult for us to relate to, as they tend to not reference previous styles of garden design much and are divorced from any historical references.Yet surely it is this style of garden design that fits with how we
“The space so neat and clean” — pilarmcgrane
Cultivart Landscape Design
Urban courtyards
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Functional design. Functional design is a keystone of Bauhaus design used widely today in garden design. Instead of hardscaping and plant selection being used purely for decorative purposes, features within the garden work for their keep in addition to being visually satisfying.The beauty of this seating
irregular orange border.In modern garden design, we love to have strong, simple shapes interact with one another. But it is not easy to get it right. Matisse showed us in works such as “The Snail” that getting the structure and scale correct within a boundary leads to a design that not only works, but is pleasing
pleasing.The varied shapes of the features within this section of a contemporary garden could have looked busy and cluttered, yet all the pieces fit together.
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Coop 15 Architecture
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Melody Lane
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For some gardeners the idea of plantings being just a building block within the garden’s design is quite debatable. They see plantings as a decorative element that can be separated from the overall garden design. But when you’re creating
general house design and garden plantings especially
to match a house, any element of ornamentation could detract from the functional design.
For some gardeners the idea of plantings being just a building block within the garden’s design is quite debatable. They see plantings as a decorative element that can be separated from the overall garden design. But when you’re creating a landscape to match a house, any element of ornamentation could
could detract from the functional design.
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Jensen Architects
Twin Peaks Residence
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Another way of thinking about the stair design? More of a "block" look
ornamentation and only take architecture for our garden design reference point, how do we avoid creating sterility or blandness in the resulting design? There are many design tools that can be used to put interest into the simplest of functional garden designs.
“para copiar” — Juan Gonzalez
Zeterre Landscape Architecture
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Zeterre Design
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there is some one that can tell me if its ok to create a contemporary design in front of the house? I want to create straight lines in the landscaping. Now it's curby at one side of the front house landscaping and goes long way. I just want something different
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Symmetry: Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates
the waterfall running through the garden.
viewer.More: Old-School Design: Frame Your Garden View
1. Create a center axis. Most of this garden’s design consists of asymmetrical elements. A linear span of grass and pavers creates a central axis, intersected by a narrow pool of water. The pavers’ pattern looks symmetrical around this centerline
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VEGA VEGA ARQUITECTOS
CASA MORU
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Pool design and open plan look
design to add to our house
Many gardeners will think a garden’s being designed just to link the house to its surroundings is a step too far, just a homage to the architect, but to others who delight in the purity of form, it is the future of garden design. Tell us: Which side of the fence are you on? More: Borrow From the Bauhaus
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“large sliding door” — melda2
Blasen Landscape Architecture
Blasen Gardens
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Minimalist garden design has become more popular lately, as more traditional garden styles require more time to maintain than fits our
keeping it simple while creating an attractive design. To fit with this doctrine, the planting within the garden needs to follow the same lines. Would a traditional, mixed drift planting meet this criteria?
mordern take on a garden. love it.
landscape. Here we see the epitome of geometric garden design. The combination of lines, right angles and simple shapes works well, creating a clean, calm and uncluttered look.
Minimalist garden design has become more popular lately, as more traditional garden styles require more time to maintain than
while creating an attractive design. To fit with this doctrine, the planting within the garden needs to follow the same lines. Would a traditional, mixed drift planting meet this criteria?
“water feature” — Denise Flower
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