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Hortus Conclusus: Gardens for Private Homes

Author/EditorUffelen, Chris van (Author)
ISBN: 9783037682692
Pub Date21/10/2021
BindingHardback
Pages192
Dimensions (mm)280(h) * 240(w)
£29.95
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Inspirations for your own paradise

This book shows the greened backyards of less than 20 square meters in size, in comparison to the park-like grounds of over 2,000 square meters

The desire for beautiful gardens is as strong as ever. An own garden as a private oasis of well-being, but also as a place of prestige can be much more than lawn and flowerbed, path, and hedge. The projects by professional landscape and garden architects presented in this volume show which elements, components and structures, composed and conceived with care and sophistication, constitute stylish and convincing garden design.

The interaction with the surroundings, usually the house that belongs to the particular garden, always plays an important role. This can be sometimes strictly geometrical in a near-natural environment, unpretentious in front of a luxury villa, or freely moving, loosening up minimalist architecture. The size of the presented gardens from very different climatic zones ranges from a green backyard of less than 20 square meters to park-like grounds of over 2,000.

Inspirations for your own paradise

This book shows the greened backyards of less than 20 square meters in size, in comparison to the park-like grounds of over 2,000 square meters

The desire for beautiful gardens is as strong as ever. An own garden as a private oasis of well-being, but also as a place of prestige can be much more than lawn and flowerbed, path, and hedge. The projects by professional landscape and garden architects presented in this volume show which elements, components and structures, composed and conceived with care and sophistication, constitute stylish and convincing garden design.

The interaction with the surroundings, usually the house that belongs to the particular garden, always plays an important role. This can be sometimes strictly geometrical in a near-natural environment, unpretentious in front of a luxury villa, or freely moving, loosening up minimalist architecture. The size of the presented gardens from very different climatic zones ranges from a green backyard of less than 20 square meters to park-like grounds of over 2,000.

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