Archive for the ‘Garden’ Category
Friday, May 11th, 2012
Article source: Paul McAneary Architects Ltd
Paul McAnea! Architects have completed their ‘Secret Garden’ project, the transformation of a quintessentially British back garden in a secret location in St Johns Wood, London. The client’s brief was to create an entirely separate space within the confines of their back garden. Paul McAnea! Architects responded with a scheme that uses planting to create architectural layers and depth for a sense of seclusion away from the rapid city diatribe.
Images Courtesy Paul McAnea Architects Ltd
- Architect: Paul McAneary Architects Ltd
- Name of Project: Secret Garden
- Location: St Johns Wood, London, UK
- Completion: Date 2011
- Area: 57m²
- Client: Private
- Design Team: Paul McAnea, Carsten Behme, Sara Dabouni
- Consultant: Lizzie Taylor
- Supplier: The London Gardening Company
- Photographer: Paul McAnea Architects Ltd
Thursday, April 26th, 2012
Article source: Valentien+Valentien
The Bamboo-Pavilion of the artist Markus Heinsdorff is situated in the center of the DuC Garden that was built in China for the 8th International Garden Expo Chongqing 2011. The garden is intended to document the German-Chinese cooperation. The construction material of the pavilion becomes alive in the garden: A grove of Phyllostachys nigra an extraordinary black bamboo, stands in contrast to the light bamboo construction of the pavilion.
- Architect: Valentien+Valentien
- Name of Project: DuC Garden
- Location: Chongqing, China
- Artist: Markus Heinsdorff
- Completion: 2011
- Size: 500 m2
- Client: Goethe Institute in Shanghai as part of the series and Germany and China in joint motion (DuC) on sustainable urbanization
Saturday, April 21st, 2012
Article source: Studio Daniel Libeskind
This quiet meditation garden completed in 1992 is located in the ‘town without a history’ of Almere, The Netherlands.
The garden consists of an observation platform, three narrow water canals, and a fourth dry channel on which an oblong volume is resting. These lines direct themselves toward three particular locations: Salamanca, Paris, and Almere. They signify a world location in which love (Juan de la Cruz) and fire (Paul Celan) intersect in Almere’s future. The inscribed ciphers refer to the encounter between Juan de la Cruz and Paul Celan in the newly reclaimed land. They become readable at precisely those times when the materiality of forms dissolves into oblivion.
Garden of Love and Fire (Images Courtesy SDL)
- Architect: Studio Daniel Libeskind
- Name of Project: Garden of Love and Fire
- Location: Almere, Netherlands
- Status: Completed
- Completion: Date 1992
- Copyright of image: SDL
Wednesday, April 11th, 2012
Article source: Zaha Hadid Architects
Our extension at Ordrupgaard redefined the relationships between the museum buildings gardens, creating a new landscape both in itself and in unison with its surroundings. Design ensures that visitors’ experience is not fragmented or compartmentalized – building / collection / gardens – but a continuous, fluid interaction between different elements and aspects.
- Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
- Name of Project: Ordrupgaard Museum Extension
- Location: Copenhagen, Denmark
- Duration: 2001 – 2005
- Client: Danish Ministry of Culture
- Status: Built
Wednesday, April 4th, 2012
Article source: Y Design Office
Hanok Garden, a landscape project in South Korea byY Design Office, strips one of the older Korean traditional courtyard houses into its barebones with a small deck for resting. The old house is simply turned into a public garden. More is taken away than what gets added. The project asks and challenges the very basic questions about a person, a house, a city and a tree.
Finished (Image Courtesy Y Design Office)
- Architects: Y Design Office
- Project: Hanok Garden
- Location: Gyeongsangbuk do Yeongcheon Gasang-li, South Korea
- Building Type: Garden/Landscape/Reconstruction
- Date: 2011
- Size: 50sqm
- Photo Credit: Y Design Office
Thursday, March 29th, 2012
Article source: Surface design, Inc.
This garden in San Francisco has dedicated areas for entertaining and children’s play, which are defined and navigated by an innovative arrangement of local and sustainable landscape materials. Cor-Ten steel boxes serve as retaining structures and planters, extending along the site’s perimeter and penetrating the surrounding wood fence. The garden is an abstracted allusion to the dramatic topography of the city itself.
The site's steep slope creates a visual connection with the city beyond
- Architects: Surface design, Inc.
- Project: Liberty Hill Residence
- Location: San Francisco, California
- Project Type: Single Family Residence
- Software used: AutoCad, Photoshop, Sketchup, some Vectorworks
Sunday, March 4th, 2012
Article source: Apostrophys The Synthesis Server Co.
Bangkok base multi disciplinary Apostrophy’s has done the new hi-light “Imagination Light Garden” lighten the area after the sunset at the International Horticultural Exposition Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011, during 14 December 2011 – 14 March 2012 held at the Royal Rajapruek Park in Chiang Mai, Thailand.
Imagination Light Garden
- Architects: Apostrophys The Synthesis Server Co., Ltd.
- Project: Imagination Light Garden
- Location: the International Horticultural Exposition Royal Flora Ratchaphruek 2011, the Royal Rajapruek Park, Chiang Mai, Thailand.
- Date: 14 December 2011 – 14 March 2012
- Creative and Design Director: Apostrophys The Synthesis Server Co.,Ltd.
- Construction Management: Apostrophys The Synthesis Server Co.,Ltd.
- Organizer: Rightman Co., Ltd
Saturday, March 3rd, 2012
Article source: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
The client wanted a garden, the actual reason why they decided to move from their duplex apartment in central Stockholm to this country side location at lake Mälaren. Consequently we proposed a house conceived as an integrated vertical addition to the garden, where indoor and outdoor spaces gradually blend and interact.
- Architects: Tham & Videgård Arkitekter
- Project: Garden House
- Location: Viksberg, Sweden
- Area: 180 sqm (240 BTA) + roof terrace and winter garden.
- Chief architects: Bolle Tham and Martin Videgård.
- Team: Fredrik Nilsson, Lukas Thiel, Erik Wåhlström, Johan Björkholm, Dennis Suppers.
- Landscape consultants: C-O-M-B-I-N-E, Anders Mårsén, Eveliina Hafvenstein Säteri
Saturday, February 11th, 2012
Article source: Number 555 Architect
Plan land is a large forest. The contents of the plan is Housing and accommodation . To protect forest trees, Without a large volume, the volume has been small. The form is like a leaf. To make low-cost, the walls is only shower room . The other is the window. By opening the window that looks like outside. So this building looks like among from thr tent to the architecture.
Memory of forest
- Architects: no.555 – Takuya Tsuchida
- Project: Memory of forest
- Location: Chiba , Japan
- Structural design: frame works _ Megumi Akimoto
- Purpose: house and accommodation
- Design period: 2010.08 – …
- Construction period: yet
- Site area: 2,806 ㎡
- Floor Area: 233.54 ㎡
Wednesday, February 8th, 2012
Article source: Bassinet Turquin Paysage
Grégoire Bassinet came to landscape architecture through garden design. After graduating from ENSP in 2005, he favoured long-term professional projects. He handled their operational management, from the design and consultation phases to the implementation and work site supervision phases. Mr Bassinet has demonstrated his methodological approach as project manager of complex urban renovation programmes with the agency AxP Urbicus, at the Neuville-sur-Oise campus, the Cherpines plain in Geneva and the Chaperon Vert district in Arcueil with the agency TN+.
- Architects: Bassinet Turquin Paysage
- Project: Mineral Botanical – FRAC Centre garden
- Location: 12 rue de la Tour Neuve, 45 000 Orléans, France
- Client: FRAC Centre, Conseil Régional du Centre
- Types of competition: Draft competition
- Program: Garden
- Surface: 460 m2
- Result: Honorable mention, 2de of the competition
- Landscape architecture: Bassinet Turquin Paysage, Grégoire Bassinet, Camille Coutard, Rémy Turquin
- Light design: Armand Lecouturier