Beehaviour | Festival Internacional de Xardíns de Allariz | LINT

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Gardens express and represent landscape in our urban environment. Typology, form and function are important components of garden design. Whether minimal, classical, informal, or productive, gardens inherently represent the relationship between man and nature. As we learn more about biophysical systems and ecological processes we are continuously challenged to revisit this relationship. In the project BEEhaviour, the garden becomes both an image and a system, providing a vehicle for education, productivity, exploration and imagination.

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“Rolling Garden” | Lausanne Jardins 2014 | Fernando Lafuente Peláez et al

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Prototype development of different species in different growth phases

Project for the international competition of ephemeral garden.  LAUSANNE JARDINS 2014 (also known as LANDING), which is held every four years since 1997 in the city of Lausanne (Switzerland). It is considered in the avant-garde of its kind, by their proposals and unusual locations.

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Hasani Villa | Shiraz Iran | Seyed Mohammad Amin Hedayati

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The concept for the design was to dedicate less space to villa and more space to landscaping. This project is located in the new development which called Sadra in Shiraz, Iran. 

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Tiana Garden | Barcelona Spain | Simbiosi

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The original idea for this, and all of our creations, came from three very important items for us: space & physical limitations, visitor needs, and design essence.

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Native Child and Family Services of Toronto Roof Garden | Toronto Canada | Scott Torrance Landscape Architect

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The project converted a 1980s office building into a centre offering social and cultural support services for the aboriginal community in downtown Toronto. A green roof was conceived as cultural and ceremonial grounds to charge unused space with vitality; to provide urban aboriginals with access to nature, rituals and customs; and to crown the building with greenery and the sounds of drumming and song to project a healthy aboriginal presence to the city.

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