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  • bobby3704
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    shhhhh ! you guys small does not mean tiny … snap out of it and be open and enjoy . The video was outstandin thanks for sharin

  • Dan Jackson
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    a lot of these gardens suffer from the same problem. they are made by the same soulless 'exterior design' people and architects currently infesting the world of garden design, who make gardens for people who are so terrified of nature, that they have to extend the artificial interior design of the house out into the garden to feel safe. not one iota would be lost by replacing all their "architectural" plants with plastic ones. i would love to gather all these 'exterior designers' and out of work architects together and (like the pied piper) drown them all in a nice sleek geometric steel and perspex canal, so the world would be rid of their vacuous creations. i want to enter the natural world when i come out of my back door, and have my spirit refreshed, not feel like i've merely gone into another [outdoor]room (curse you john brookes!) that has the ceiling missing, and a few token plants dotted around to give it that 'garden effect' !
    i would like to reverse this trend 180 degrees and fill the very fabric of the exterior of the house with as many niches and habits as possible for wildlife to colonize, maybe even so completely green the exterior of the house, that its no longer even recognizable as a house. maybe i could start a new trend for landscaping house exteriors?
    too much of the natural world has already been concreted over. i dont want to see the same happening to gardens, and lose all that green growth and wildlife friendly habitat only to replace it with sterile swathes of gravel, patio decking and concrete; if i want crisp lines and geometric patterns, i can get that in an art gallery or museum, or even inside my house where one could argue it belongs. but here we come to the nub of it…..it will be mainly young to middling "professionals" splashing the cash for these made-to-order "gardens", and they'll be doing so because a) they have no feeling at all for the natural world, and b) they think they'll get some kudos from having a 'modern' garden that is perceived to be associated with the high status fields of Art, Architecture and Interior design.
    ego is the real answer. vacuous arty designs for vacuous people….its the perfect marriage.

  • 김동혜
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    한국어로
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  • Мария Панайотова
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    За отмора, за кафе, за творчество…!Красиво, уютно място!

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