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Garden for Sales Gallery, Pattaya, Thailand designed by TROP Co.Ltd

Landscape Architecture: TROP Co.Ltd (TROP: terrains + open space) Project Name: Pause Court and The Lawn Hill: Garden for Sales Gallery @ Baan Plai Haad by Sansiri Completion Date: November 2012

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Fantasia Mixed-use Landscape Located in Chengdu, a central city of Midwest China, this landscape project drew its inspiration from the relaxed outdoor lifestyle of Chengdu local culture. The design gives contemporary expression of spaces for traditional

Curved retaining wall to slopping lawn of Zoysia tenuifolia. Bench seating to inner face forming the backbone of the dinning area.

This contemporary curved bench seat in the landscape is so smart. Can you imagine relaxing and kicking back in the afternoon sun. The form would also work well with exposed aggregate concrete. If done in this treatment it would then double as a skatepark

Europe’s Grass-Lined Tram Tracks There’s something quite magical about watching trams in Barcelona, Strasbourg or Frankfurt glide silently along beds of grass as they do their city circuit. Where possible, this attractive combination of efficient public transport and inspired landscaping should be standard as part of the urban fabric. - Monocle Magazine via agpopovska: handa

conceptlandscape: “ Europe’s Grass-Lined Tram Tracks There’s something quite magical about watching trams in Barcelona, Strasbourg or Frankfurt glide silently along beds of grass as they do their city.

The High Line in NYC, abandoned train line, now garden designed by the Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf. Mexican feather grass (stipa tenuissima) is probably my favorite plant.  It's beautiful and graceful and  there is constant movement as it responds to every little breeze.

The High Line in NYC - an abandoned train line, now a garden that was designed by the Dutch plantsman Piet Oudolf. Shown is a Mexican Feather Grass (Stipa Tenuissima). It is beautiful, graceful and keeps constant movement from the breeze.