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Posts tagged: woodland

industrialist:

Black Lodge by Jägnefält Milton. A reclusive hut in the woods of Furillen, an island in the Baltic Sea. The facade can be manipulated through its operable side panels, permitting the user to determine their interaction with nature and the exterior views.

'Spirit Arbor' in the  woodland garden of Robert and Nancy Frank.  The arbor was made by Robert, who is an artist, of black concrete. In the backgound is what he calls a bas relief wall also made of concrete. Located in Snohomish, Washington.

'Spirit Arbor' in the  woodland garden of Robert and Nancy Frank.  The arbor was made by Robert, who is an artist, of black concrete. In the backgound is what he calls a bas relief wall also made of concrete. Located in Snohomish, Washington.

Fire pit at Ridge House in rural Canada: I applaud the attempt to pull owners and guests into the natural landscape with a minimalist gesture.  Designed by Pennsylvania firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. Photo by Nic Lehoux.

Fire pit at Ridge House in rural Canada: I applaud the attempt to pull owners and guests into the natural landscape with a minimalist gesture.  Designed by Pennsylvania firm Bohlin Cywinski Jackson. Photo by Nic Lehoux.

Wonderful textures in this woodland garden by Canadian landscape architecture firm Janet Rosenberg + Associates. I particularly like the large bowl in the backgound with what looks like moss.

Wonderful textures in this woodland garden by Canadian landscape architecture firm Janet Rosenberg + Associates. I particularly like the large bowl in the backgound with what looks like moss.

Modern take on the Moon Gate in Michael Marocco’s garden in Redding, Connecticut (U.S.). Designed by landscape architect Richard Hartledge of Seattle firm, AHBL, to draw the visitor into the woodland beyond.


Modern take on the Moon Gate in Michael Marocco’s garden in Redding, Connecticut (U.S.). Designed by landscape architect Richard Hartledge of Seattle firm, AHBL, to draw the visitor into the woodland beyond.

Directions: Take two tall, flexible, young sapling. Bend toward each other. Fasten with….. ummmmm….. strong jute string. Step back to check the view through the arch. Good? Good. Plant one non-rampant vine training it on the saplings. Wait 5 years.  Photo by Zanypurr

Directions: Take two tall, flexible, young sapling. Bend toward each other. Fasten with….. ummmmm….. strong jute string. Step back to check the view through the arch. Good? Good. Plant one non-rampant vine training it on the saplings. Wait 5 years.  Photo by Zanypurr

bluepueblo:

Forest Path, Ukraine
photo by Syrmolotov

bluepueblo:

Forest Path, Ukraine

photo by Syrmolotov