A Sense Of Place by Andrew Pfeiffer


ISBN
9780670880942
Published
Released
01 / 10 / 1999
Binding
Hardcover
Pages
176
Dimensions
245 x 338 x 22mm

The gardens of Andrew Pfeiffer are inspired by a deep respect for their natural environments. Whether they are informal gardens that appear to have naturally sprung from their original landscapes or whether they are striking, thematic walled gardens deliberately detached from the wilderness beyond, each of the magnificent gardens in this book is united by a single philosophy. Andrew Pfeiffer believes that the natural surroundings, combined with a sense of place, should always determine the character of a garden. His designs, displayed here in a selection of gardens from Australia, France, Spain, the United States and Uruguay, demonstrate extraordinary vision and sensibility. These gardens will make you reconsider your ideas about garden design. They will widen your vision and deepen your own sense of place.
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The gardens of Andrew Pfeiffer are inspired by a deep respect for their natural environments. Whether they are informal gardens that appear to have naturally sprung from their original landscapes or whether they are striking, thematic walled gardens deliberately detached from the wilderness beyond, each of the magnificent gardens in this book is united by a single philosophy. Andrew Pfeiffer believes that the natural surroundings, combined with a sense of place, should always determine the character of a garden. His designs, displayed here in a selection of gardens from Australia, France, Spain, the United States and Uruguay, demonstrate extraordinary vision and sensibility. These gardens will make you reconsider your ideas about garden design. They will widen your vision and deepen your own sense of place.
ISBN:
9780670880942
Publication Date:
01 / 10 / 1999
Pages:
176
Dimensions:
245 x 338 x 22mm

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