Andrew van Egmond
Designing garden and landscape
A long line of minimalistic gestures emphasises the ornamental and impressive composition of tree trunks
This garden is located right next to a natural reserve called Midden-Delfland (Central Delfland).
An collection of ornamental grasses connects the vegetation of the minimalist garden with the fields surounding the garden
A garden in tune with the wild characteristics of the Dutch dunes.
This garden has no visual borders and seams to expand into the rolling sand hills of this typical Dutch landscape.
This garden is located in the centre of a residential complex for elderly people with dementia. The ground floor of this beautiful building, designed by LEVS architects, acts as a multifunctional layer where various care and day care functions are housed.
The patio has an atmosphere that rouses the senses. The water falling down along that glass mosaic object, the lush greenery and the harmonious alignment of materials work together to turn this space into a little oasis in the urban noise.
A garden in a urban area. Villages grown together in an area where there used to be polders.
The polders are the basis for the design. Bringing back a bit of the original emotion of the place.
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