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Contemporary Designers Own Gardens

ACC Publishing

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Contemporary Designers Own Gardens
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Author(s):

Barbara Baker

Format:

hardcover

Size:

9.25" x 11.75”

ISBN:

9781870673792

Page count:

240

Imprint:

Antique Collectors Club Dist

Why We Love This

This work offers a rare opportunity to view twenty gardens not generally open to the public, each one owned and designed by a garden designer. Fascinating text and sumptuous photography profile each garden, analysing the relationship between the garden and its setting, planting schemes, the aims of the designers, and their achievements. In addition, the book examines the ways in which the designers' personalities affect their creations, and how their own gardens differ from those of their clients. It is an inspirational, informative and beautiful work, which will appeal to anyone who is interested in gardening, landscape architecture and garden design.

Why We Love This

This work offers a rare opportunity to view twenty gardens not generally open to the public, each one owned and designed by a garden designer. Fascinating text and sumptuous photography profile each garden, analysing the relationship between the garden and its setting, planting schemes, the aims of the designers, and their achievements. In addition, the book examines the ways in which the designers' personalities affect their creations, and how their own gardens differ from those of their clients. It is an inspirational, informative and beautiful work, which will appeal to anyone who is interested in gardening, landscape architecture and garden design.

About ACC Publishing

ACC Distribution is a division of the Antique Collectors Club, a world-renowned publisher of definitive books on antiques and decorative arts. With traditional titles on antiques, art, design, and gardening, ACC Distribution represents over 60 publishing houses.