The 15th International Garden Festival | Grand-Métis, Canada

Pink Punch Louise Tanguay

Pink Punch | Nicholas Croft & Michaela MacLeod, USA | Image Credit Louise Tanguay

Recently, the 15th edition of the International Garden Festival opened presenting 22 contemporary gardens at Les Jardins de Métis / Reford Gardens. Imagined by sixty-five designers from Seoul, Santiago de Compostela, New York, Philadelphia, Basel, Amsterdam, Paris and Montreal, these installations invite visitors to enter and contemplate new ways of seeing the landscape and the world.

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In_House | Allariz Garden Festival 2014 | Taekyung Kim

IN_HOUSE is installed garden art project for Allariz Garden Festival 2014 in Allariz, Spain. The competition aimed designers express their own ideas about the theme “Plenty” through temporal garden installation. The project, IN-HOUSE is experimental installation to experience distort human’s spatial perception through unfamiliar relationship with “house” and “Plants”.
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A-Mazing Vertical Garden | Da Nang City, Vietnam | TA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

The key solution that compromises between the tight schedule and the aesthetic rule of a French garden is Hybrid Landscaping. The TA LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE decided to combine a maze with vertical garden, a fashionable contemporary trend in landscape. The result is A-MAZING VERTICAL GARDEN called Le Jardin des Secret. What makes this concept special is the contrast between a classic style and a contemporary trends, and also between the topiary trees and the natural sense of tropical forest and between the modest area and the largest vertical garden. What used to take 10 years to achieve was constructed in just under 10 days.
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WLA Magazine | WLA 14 | Temporary & Transitory


Temporary and Transitory is the theme for the 14th edition of WLA Magazine. Various projects are published in this edition including temporary sand dunes, festival spaces, pop-up gardens, art installations, display gardens, indoor landscapes and waterscapes.

Firms and Organisations work published in this edition include HOSPER, UNStudio, ASPECT Studios, DE URBANISTEN, HASSELL, POLA, Groundswell Design Group, NYDPR, Karres en Brands and many more.

One of the most interesting editions that we have curated and shows the broad variety of landscape architecture across the world.

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Shawm House | Coldtown UK | OOBE Ltd

A unique landscape responding to an innovative new residential building set within rural Northumberland. The brief was to develop a sustainable dwelling that sat within, and responded to, its surroundings. Architects Mawson Kerr proposed a pioneering barn conversion that uses innovative construction techniques and sustainable technologies alongside local materials to produce a simple, elegant new home.
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Pete V. Domenici U.S. Courthouse Sustainable Landscape Retrofit | Albuquerque USA | Rios Clementi Hale Studios


Rios Clementi Hale Studios’ environmentally friendly landscape design achieves GSA’s cost-saving sustainability goals in three interconnected ways: ecologically, economically, and culturally. In terms of ecology, the landscape design reintroduces native plants that require little supplemental irrigation, provides irrigation by collecting and re-using rainwater, filters stormwater runoff in on-site bioswales, decreases water usage by 85%, and replaces broad areas of unnecessary pavement with shade to help reduce heat island effect.

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Beehaviour by LINT


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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