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Landscape designers can hit creative is not worse than the most daring architects, creating astounding shapes of plants and stone.
The lost gardens of Heligan
“Lowarth Helygen” (the lost gardens of Heligan) located near the town of Mevagissey, in the British County of Cornwall. They represent the island “jungle” with the only existing in Europe, the pineapple plantation, two huge mud sculptures and a series of man-made lakes, created in the period from 1777 to the beginning of XX century. After the First world war “the lost gardens of Heligan” went into decline, and until the 1990-ies were in poor condition.
Huge Noggin Of Heligan
“Gardens of Cosmic Doom” by Charles Jencks and Maggie Keswick
Residential house in Travessa de Patrocinio
This apartment building was created in Travessa de Patrocinio designer Rebelo de Andrade in the Portuguese city of Lisbon. The structure has a vertical planting of 4500 plants of 25 species.
The Artigas Gardens
The Artigas gardens (“Jardins de Can Artigas”) in the Spanish municipality of La Pobla de-Lillet created by designer Antonio Gaudi between 1905 and 1906.
Peace “Zwerglgarten” (“Dwarven garden”), which is located in the Mirabell Palace in Salzburg, Austria, store dozens of stone dwarfs. Mirabell Palace was built in 1606 on the orders of Prince-Bishop wolf Dietrich.
Many of these statues were copied from real dwarfs, who lived in the yard, although some of the sculptures are the features and some of the famous people of that era.
Vertical garden from plastic bottles in the draft of the Brazilian TV show “Lar Doce Rar” (“My sweet home”)
Vertical garden Patrick Blanca, built on one of the facades of the building in 2008 at the Paris Avenue Alsace in France
Pyramidal Botanical garden Conservatory Muttart in the canadian city of Edmonton
Gilroy gardens created by Axel Erlandson in the period from 1925 to 1963 and is also known as the “tree circus”. Since the effort hasn’t paid off, in 1963 the site was sold and was renamed “the Lost world”.
40 unique trees nearly cut down in 1977, but the Saviour named Michael Bonfante transplanted them to a new location, opened to the public in 1985.
Today, 25 trees from the original geometric shapes!
The stepped gardens
14-storey multi-stage gardens made like ziggurat, called “Stepped gardens” can be seen in the Japanese city of Fukuoka. Created by the landscape Agency “Emilio Ambasz & Associates” in 1995.
Automated garden omega
“Each rotating element has six “beds” in two and a half meters each. Thus, in an area of 45 square meters can accommodate vegetable array, which in normal condition would occupy approximately 450 square meters.
The system is fully automated – each row passes through a garden and feed sector, as well as highlights from all angles evenly, promoting the development of plant organisms. This system allows you to effectively grow plants in any space-constrained environment without access to the world” – reads the description of the video.
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