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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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Planting Strips That Link Multiple Homes Planned communities such as this one in Kirkland, Washington, have their
The community houses. Small houses with a neighborhood feel
color, creative use of space, common areas, very smart use of community courtyard, beautiful design
Planned communities such as this one in Kirkland
Planned communities such as this one in Kirkland, Washington, have their own challenges, not the least of which is abiding by homeowners
4. Planting Strips That Link Multiple Homes Planned communities such as this one in Kirkland, Washington, have their own challenges, not the least of which is abiding by homeowners association regulations. These
4. Planting Strips That Link Multiple HomesPlanned communities such as this one in Kirkland, Washington, have their own challenges, not the least of which is abiding by homeowners association regulations. These planting strips allow for individuality while maintaining a cohesive design. Key design features:A
“Mianstreet” — hadasseh
Eric Higbee | Landscape Architect
UpGarden
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designers, neighbors and city officials have upped the community gardening ante with the city's first large-scale community garden on top of a 50-year-old parking garage.
upped the community gardening ante with the city's first large-scale community garden on top of a 50-year-old parking garage. Somewhere out there, Joni Mitchell is smiling. Eating local and preserving green spaces are healthy trends, but connecting with neighbors is what really makes community gardening
a $150,000 budget, the community-run roof garden was created by designer Nicole Kistler, landscape architect Eric Higbee, the community of Queen Anne/Uptown and the P-Patch Program of Seattle.
Community gardens. One more piece of the AIA survey is the desire for community gardens. Using open space
“Garden Ideas!” — carolhag
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
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that comes from being part of a community. That issue has fueled a concept that has spread to neighborhoods around the globe: communities born from the basic principle that life is lived better together than apart. The Danish concept of bofællesskab, or “living community,” was imported to North America
usually define a set of standards and goals for the community before any architectural design work begins.
community for artists / live in tenant resident farmer
Perhaps most controversially, we also need to think again about what makes a community. Today’s builders and town planners believe that
people don’t just live in houses, they inhabit "places." Medieval towns were perfect examples of what planners seek: densely populated, walkable communities in which people ate local, seasonal food, and rich and poor lived in close proximity. A successful "place" mixes the different groups in society
“community for artists / live in tenant resident farmer” — saundralee
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Meeks
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Clubhouse/ Community Center
For community center
“Clubhouse” — Leslie Slade Todd
Nicole Kistler Studio
UpGarden
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Built and designed by local volunteers, Seattle's UpGarden transformed an unused parking structure into a thriving community garden. More important, it brought a neighborhood together through teamwork and cooperation.
community of ideas & of people and Nature (ourselves indeed)
uptown Seattle Queen Anne community rooftop garden on a parking structure!
One hundred plots, 100 square feet each, were distributed according to volunteer hours. A community lawn area was designed as well as a communal growing space for food banks. The community proposed converting an Airstream trailer into a toolshed, and one of the members found one.
Built and designed by local volunteers, Seattle's UpGarden transformed an unused parking structure into a thriving community garden. More important, it brought a neighborhood together through teamwork and cooperation. See more of the UpGarden
“plantings” — 1020colusa
Ron Herman Landscape Architect
ORDER WITHIN NATURE
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18. Go outside. Take advantage of public parks, walking trails, libraries, coffee shops and other community spaces, and you won’t feel so boxed in.
18. Go outsideTake advantage of public parks, bushwalk tracks, libraries, coffee shops and other community spaces and you won’t feel so boxed in.
“Grass” — markkaufmann
nicole helene designs
second floor patior
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don't have a fire pit, then a patio heater is the next best thing. Keep friends warm while they mingle and you won't have to raid your closet for community sweaters!
don't have a fire pit, then a patio heater is the next best thing. Keep friends warm while they mingle and you won't have to raid your closet for community sweaters! How to you want to entertain outdoors this year? Next: Browse photos of outdoor dining spaces
“ex dining” — Sunwu K
Eric Higbee | Landscape Architect
UpGarden
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Seattles Up Garden-A Community Garden on top of a Parking Structure
seven months on a $150,000 budget, the community-run roof garden was created by designer Nicole Kistler, landscape architect Eric Higbee, the community of Queen Anne/Uptown and the P-Patch Program of Seattle.
great idea love Seattle/Queen Anne uptown community garden.
The location. The urban Uptown/lower Queen Anne neighborhood previously lacked any community gardening space. A voter-passed measure in 2008 prioritized the neighborhood for a community garden.Affordable open lots aren't the easiest to find, so the project's creators looked up — to a parking structure
“airstream tool shed” — mpermar
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