Archive for the ‘Garden’ Category
Saturday, September 27th, 2014
Article source: HASCHER JEHLE
The Wilhelma in Stuttgart is a zoological botanical garden that comprises part of the Rosenstein Park, an English landscaped garden created in the 19th century along a steep-sloped valley basin typical of Stuttgart’s topography. The design concept for the new ape house picks up the characteristic themes of ridge, valley and forest.
Image Courtesy ©HASCHER JEHLE
- Architects: HASCHER JEHLE
- Project: ENCLOSURE FOR AFRICAN APES WILHELMA
- Location: Wilhelma – Zoologisch-botanischer Garten, Stuttgart
- Client: Land Baden-Württemberg
- Team competition: Johannes Raible, Moritz Müller-Werther
- Project head: Ralf Mittmann, Jens Riepen, Johannes Raible
- Assistance: John Barnbrook, Peter Edlinger, Jenny Katholy, Maxi,Milian Porzelt, Nadine Sawade, Christian Speelmanns
- Interns: Aloysia Forestier, Katharina Lengfeld, Laura Westenfelder, Nele Adelheim, Marzia Singer, Sebastian Kittel berger, Kristina Bitter, Nefeli Konstantopoulou, Jonas Wenzke, Holger Witte
Wednesday, September 17th, 2014
Article source: Adriano Pimenta Architects
Its pre-existence allows dazzling a House classified by the Oporto City Hall, a garden and a vegetable garden. The house was converted into two apartments keeping its original features; the principal garden remained, in the vegetable garden two houses were built. The common garage relates all the elements to each other.
Image Courtesy © Arménio Teixeira
- Architects: Adriano Pimenta Architects & Octavio Queirós Architects
- Project: Kopke Condo
- Location: Porto, Portugal
- Photography: Arménio Teixeira
- Project coordinator: Paulo Morgado
- Project Assistants: Ana Ferreira, Carolina Salcedo and Maria Vasconcelos
- Client: Odlaca, Management and Real Estate Investments
- General Contractor: Cobelba SA
Monday, September 8th, 2014
Article source: Kempster Jamrozik Studio
“Line Garden” by Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik was installed as part of the 15th International Garden Festival, which runs until September 28th, 2014 at the Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens in Grand-Métis, Quebec, Canada. Drawing on the formal language of historical garden design, and the contemporary means of mass-produced safety and construction materials, the project is a strong graphic intervention that aims to produce an abstract field.
Image Courtesy © Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik
Saturday, September 6th, 2014
Article source: Arquitetos Associados
”Inhotim is a unique site that offers a broad ensemble of art works, displayed outdoors as well as in both temporary and permanent galleries, all located inside a Botanical Garden of extraordinary beauty. The landscaping was originally inspired by famed architect and landscape artist Roberto Burle Marx (1909-1994), and rare plant species are distributed in an esthetically pleasing manner throughout an estate which also sports five lakes and a preserved forest area.
Image Courtesy © Leonardo Finotti
- Architects: Arquitetos Associados
- Project: MIGUEL RIO BRANCO GALLERY – INHOTIM
- Location: Brumadinho, Brasil
- Photography: Leonardo Finotti
- Software used: Intellicad
- collaboration: Manoela Campolina
Wednesday, September 3rd, 2014
Article source: landscape architecture
The International Garden Festival
Grand-Métis, Quebec, Canada, 2014-07-14 – Imagined by sixty-five designers from Seoul, Santiago de Compostela, New York, Philadelphia, Basel, Amsterdam, Paris and Montreal, the 22 contemporary gardens of the 2014 edition offer an original way to discover the strong and fragile beauties of our environment. These installations invite visitors to enter and contemplate new ways of seeing the landscape and the world.
Image Courtesy © Louise Tanguay
- Architects: landscape architecture
- Project: The Gardens of the 15th International Garden Festival seduce visitors
- Location: Grand-Métis, Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Louise Tanguay
Friday, August 22nd, 2014
Article source: NAS Architecture
Based on the thematic “gardens of the deadly sins”, Bloom creates an abstract and fairy space between profusion and reserve. Exploiting contrasts of colors and volumes, a large slender table comes to encircle the object of all the desires, the garden. This furniture invites the passers to contemplate the vegetable feast all while preventing the access there, manufacturing a mixture of amazement and desire. To support this duality, Bloom exploits the disparities.
Image Courtesy © NAS Architecture
- Architects: NAS Architecture
- Project: GARDENS OF THE DEADLY SINS
- Location: Chaumont-sur-Loire, France
- Software used: sketchup
- Client: Domaine de Chaumont-sur-Loire
- Project Area :160sqm
- Delivery date: May2014
Saturday, June 21st, 2014
Article source: 100Landschaftsarchitektur and Rodney LaTourelle
Conceived for the 11th International Garden Festival at the Jardins de Métis in Quebec, Canada, the Jardin de la Connaissance is a temporary garden in a forested area involving approximately 40,000 books, multi-coloured wooden plates and several varieties of mushrooms.
Image Courtesy © Robert Baronet
- Architects: 100Landschaftsarchitektur and Rodney LaTourelle
- Project: Jardin de la Connaissance
- Location: Quebec, Canada
- Photography: Thilo Folkerts, A.R.Mongeon and R.LaTourelle, Robert Baronet
- Garden site: ca. 250 m2
- ca. 40.000 books = 30-40 tons
- Maximum height of the book walls 1,80m, width generally: ca. 50 cm
- Building budget: 20.000 CAD
- Boards: 11 colours
Friday, June 6th, 2014
Article source: Michael Jantzen
Circular Formations are a series of three functional art sculptures designed to be placed into a public venue such as a park and/or sculpture garden. Each one of the structures is made of painted steel and wood. All of them are primarily formed from the assemblage of eight-foot diameter circular rings. Some of the rings have been cut into portions of a circle, and others are assembled into the formations as full circles.
Image Courtesy © Michael Jantzen
Wednesday, April 9th, 2014
Article source: MyLandscapes LTD
The 250sqm site runs east to west and is surrounded by two buildings, a perimeter wall and open on the western side. Initially the ground was pretty level and laid to paving blocks, allowing access to the buildings but serving not much purpose and fairly static. The project took 3 months to build during the wettest winter in the British Isles at a cost of £140,000.
Image Courtesy © Amir Schlezinger
- Architects: MyLandscapes LTD
- Project: Contemporary Japanese Garden
- Location: London, U.K
- Photography: Amir Schlezinger
- Software used: 3-D Max and Photoshop
Saturday, March 1st, 2014
Article source: Maison Edouard François
The Gardens of Anfa will be the landscaped heart of a new neighborhood in Casablanca (Morocco).
A large, dense park conceals a series of four buildings with vegetal façades, creating mimetic games with the surrounding nature.
Image Courtesy © Maison Edouard François