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Le jardinet
Great Plant Combinations
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y.com/Communities/Danielson-Grove.aspx . The gardens look to be newly planted when these were taken
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
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 planting strips allow for individuality while maintaining a cohesive
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 planting strips allow for individuality while maintaining a cohesive design. Key design features: A narrow planting strip adjacent
“•Shades of blue, lavender and green are repeated throughout. Plant selection: •All the plants ar” — vivdavis3
Eric Higbee | Landscape Architect
UpGarden
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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
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 for flowers, vegetables
“The overall feel, I could live here” — Sabrina Hanson
Union Studio, Architecture & Community Design
Sandywoods Farm
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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 in the early 1980s by
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
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. In this sense, a great Elizabethan mansion like Hardwick Hall was successful social housing: Bess of Hardwick, its chatelaine, slept within
“community for artists / live in tenant resident farmer” — saundralee
Stone Construction of the South
1 Review
Meeks
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Clubhouse/ Community Center
For community center
“Nice Outdoor deck attached to barn?” — cottageinthewoods2013
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
3 Reviews
Carson Poetzl, Inc.
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Clubhouse/ Community Center
Community centre
“Simple and still like” — Marcy King
Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
27 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks10,062
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“Raised beds with rocks” — brose248
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!
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.
thriving community garden. More important, it brought a neighborhood together through teamwork and cooperation. See more of the UpGarden
“view” — fathemeh
Godden Sudik Architects Inc
3 Reviews
Awarded Designs
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