Cool water feature..

Raised beds, collecting rainwater as well. - perhaps tiered beds can have a French drain at the end that catches excess water run off from the rain. It would be a larger area to collect rain water and would only be extra If the other plants were all

photo from NATURE'S HUES ... color palette of grays an blues in ombré arrange bars print on top ... a little confusing for image, but I luv the soothing colors contrashing with the frosty winter landscape ...

colours of the earth . photo from NATURE'S HUES . color palette of grays an blues in ombré arrange bars print on top . a little confusing for image, but I luv the soothing colors contrashing with the frosty winter landscape .

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway

This Dutch museum is covered in grass and has a rooftop walkway The Biesbosch Museum in Werkendam, The Netherlands, redesigned by Studio Marco Vermeulen

First Look At The New Messner Mountain Museum by Zaha Hadid - http://www.ifitshipitshere.com/messner-mountain-museum-by-zaha-hadid/

First Look At The New Messner Mountain Museum by Zaha Hadid - The Messner Mountain Museum or MMM is a museum project created by Italian mountaineer and extreme climber Reinhold Messner in South Tyrol in northern Italy.

The corporate garden for NTT Musashino Research and Development Centerin Tokyo by Landscape Architect Yoji Sasaki

Chequerboard sereneity of "floating" lawn squares and reflecting pools (the corporate garden for NTT Musashino Research and Development Centerin Tokyo by Landscape Architect Yoji Sasaki).

Landscape architecture

GILBERTO ELKIS PAISAGISMO Another geometric landscape design, but an interesting combination of straight and curved lines---looks like a fun space to walk through, although seating and social interactions are problematic.

Another great example of creating an organic looking "stream" water feature through stone patio tiles.

TERRAGRAM: Garangula Location: South Western Slopes, New South Wales, Australia Project Team: Terragram Pty Ltd Landscape Contractors: Carl Valerius and Bates Landscape Services

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