Arts And Crafts Gardens by Wendy Hitchmough
ISBN
9781862053854
Published
Released
01 / 03 / 2004
Binding
Paperback
Pages
208
Dimensions
225 x 250mm

Photography by Martin Charles

The Arts and Crafts movement brought a new style to garden design. The combination of finely detailed architectural structures with abundant natural planting - rambling roses scrambling over pergolas and lavender crammed into the joints of stone-retaining walls - represented a fundamental balance between traditional craftsmanship and untrammelled nature.

This authoritative book studies the medieval inspiration for William Morris's garden, the revolutionary ideas of William Robinson's gardening manifesto, planted at Gravetye Manor, and the making of Munstead Wood by Gertrude Jekyll and Sir Edwin Lutyens as an extraordinary sensual building experience as well as the creation of the most influential garden of the early twentieth century.
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Photography by Martin Charles

The Arts and Crafts movement brought a new style to garden design. The combination of finely detailed architectural structures with abundant natural planting - rambling roses scrambling over pergolas and lavender crammed into the joints of stone-retaining walls - represented a fundamental balance between traditional craftsmanship and untrammelled nature.

This authoritative book studies the medieval inspiration for William Morris's garden, the revolutionary ideas of William Robinson's gardening manifesto, planted at Gravetye Manor, and the making of Munstead Wood by Gertrude Jekyll and Sir Edwin Lutyens as an extraordinary sensual building experience as well as the creation of the most influential garden of the early twentieth century.
ISBN:
9781862053854
Publication Date:
01 / 03 / 2004
Pages:
208
Dimensions:
225 x 250mm

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