It is not often that a public or a large landscape captures your imagination and shakes you alive! In the past many have- Central Park, Nishat Baugh , Villa D-Este , but in recent times at least for me, this has not happened often- it happened with I saw the Parc André Citroën in Paris, which is a magnificent project, and one I must post a blog on soon, and I have to confess that I have not seen the Hi-Line Park- but seeing the Australian Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens at Cranbourne just outside Melbourne was a powerful emotional experience and only half jokingly I called it " A Taj Mahal of a Landscape". Simply stating, its one of the most powerful public gardens done in the last three odd decades…
For enquiries please contact landscapeindia@usa.net This document will be published under the auspices of ‘LEAF’; the research arm ofM/s. Prabhakar B. Bhagwat. For the past four years now, ‘LEAF’ has been engaged in primary research by engaging and encouraging students through a twelve week research internship.
Luis Barragan once said, “a perfect garden – no matter what its size – should enclose nothing less than the entire universe.” Gardens and Landscapes create opportunities to poetically connect with the world, regardless of their size or location. Many of us might have either seen or experienced such spaces – this study invites you to help catalogue them to discover a new universe right where we are. - Kavita Rayirath (http://indianbydesign.wordpress.com/) LEAF invites contributors for a collaborative investigation. These are their requirements. “We are looking to document gardens and landscapes that: 1. Are stunning examples of external place making. This implies that there is a deliberate, human intervention and not a place that has evolved ‘naturally’ over time. 2. These places have to have a very strong spatial character…
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