• How can you not love the High Line?
  • Doyle Herman Design Associates
  • Designer Kathryn Ireland's Dutch barn in France. A new style of Al fresco dining (eating outside , from the Italian
  • Indoors - Outdoors
  • Elle Decor January 2014 Part 2
  • Small Water Features & Garden Ponds
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  • 100+ NEW Planters for Spring #pots #planters #vasi #interiors #interiordesign #architecture #outdoordesign
  • Love these big pots
  • De vieux ceps de vigne
  • Bold and colorful succulent garden front yard landscape ideas
  • Toyota Motor Sales south campus, Torrance, CA.
  • Modern-Renovated-Residence_1
  • Controlled native plants
  • This attractive form of horsetail (Equisetum) is an invasive spreader, but confined to a planter like this, it's well-behaved AND a cool architectural addition.
  • Four_Harbour_Roof_Park-by-Buro_Sant_en_Co-17 « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine
  • “Les voûtes filantes” by Atelier YokYok to be showcased during 2015 Cahors June garden festival | Bustler
  • Fint med: träd som växer i fyrkant med sten i (fast vit), belysning underifrån
  • Elle Decoration UK August 2013
  • Lovin Nature . . .
  • Kew+Tree+Top+Walkway+
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  • rietveld landscape + atelier de lyon: public monument at culemborg
  • At one end of the pergola, an airy waterfall designed by architect Lance Kaprielian is simple but stunning
  • Instead of looking up at the trees from the ground, people will be strolling near the leaves, making their way between the branches. A structure made for the forest, a forest that exists for the structure. With no change in the shape of the forest, it will seem that the structure and the forest are one
  • Courtyard.
  • path, landscape
  • Hong Kong, edge design institute, urban design, cascade, public space, public design projects
  • Outdoor dining at the manor by Michaelis Boyd Associates in Oxfordshire : Remodelista
  • Anouska Hempel Design | Architects, Interior Design, Landscapes, Product Design and Furniture
  • high line bench
  • PRACTICAL, graphic, surprising and poetic: A good path is a garden godsend. Whether it's softening a compact, angular backyard, or wending through a sprawling rural park, a path (or two) adds a design element that delights the eye and directs the feet.