Architects' Roundup: 10 Emerald Green Gardens - Gardenista
Though there's green in nearly every garden, we love it when the color gets a solo show. Here, we gathered ten gardens, mostly from members of the Remodeli
Hardscaping 101: Design Guide for Paths and Pavers - Gardenista
Choose the best material for paths and pavers—natural stone, concrete, or gravel—with our design tips and guidelines from the editors of Gardenista.
The Floor of Atsumi by 403architecture | Dezeen
Japanese studio 403architecture laid the patchwork floor of this bedroom using timber stripped from the ceiling. The offcuts vary in colour and size, and are arranged at random to create a subtly bumpy surface. Unlike the other rooms of the Hamamatsu apartment, the bedroom’s floor is not varnished, but simply sanded smooth. The ceiling above remains
Creative paths & paving patterns for the garden - Digging
March 02, 2010 I’ve started paving the circular patio/path around my stock-tank pond, which for a year has lain fallow with a temporary layer of decomposed granite while I saved up for brick or stone. I enjoy making paths through … Read More
An Elegant French Provencal Garden
rows of plane trees, with a focal point soft colours old gate and climbing roses a unique pathway (!) loads of space and neatly...
Permeability in the Garden
Permeable Beauty Jeffrey Bale Pennsylvania Blue Stone laid on 1/4 minus gravel The more that I delve in to the art of making gardens, the more I am convinced that the ultimate landscape is one that is fully immersed in the natural realm. There is something about a garden that can breathe, and absorb the moisture that falls upon it that feels good to me. I can sense the life force that results when natural systems are supported so that they can thrive. Garden symposiums seem to be focusing…