Field emotion

Field emotion

 

Perennial grasses create the emotion of spontaneity in combination with a classic house, a contemporary composition of long lines, and well detailed design features.”

 

 

The play of shadows on a contemporary material. Ceated by almost bonsai like tree called Pinus parviflora
Contemporary garden. Setting of minimalistic lines and surfaces.
Field of mixed perennial grasses brings a strong emotion
long clear lines connect the garden to the larger setting of the landscape

Photography: 

Andrew van Egmond


Green constructor:

Kroeze Hoveniers Beesd


Trees by::

Van der berk


Lighting by:

Burlight


Architect renovation and pool:

BOS architects


Interior architect:

De Brouwer Binnenwerken

Minimalistic combination of materials which connects the classical villa to the minimalistic garden design
Well balanced composition of lines and objects
Green tones in plants and furniture creates a peaceful environment
Fascinating contrast between the soft character of the grassen and strong appearance of the stone materials
Well detailed pergola
The horizontal line in the garden is a concept that is consequently uses in the design. Even in all the lines of the wooden deck. Making the deck seems so float.
using concreet at the surface of the swimming pool does not make it stand out. Instead it is a beautiful element that combines perfectly with the garden design
The long line as one of the back bones of Andrew's designs
informal setting of Ethernit pots. Filled with Sagina sabularis and Deshampsia
Terraces floating as thin sheets above the garden and the pool
The long line as one of the back bones of Andrew's designs
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