Meadows at the foot of the Dutch Dunes

 

This garden in Wassenaar has  two faces. in the back the garden seamlessly connects with the bordering meadows. The front the garden is linked to the nearby edge of the Dutch dunes.


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Photography: 

Andrew van Egmond

and client

 

Green contractors:

Meker Tuinen

 

 

 

Garden connecting strongly with the surrounding fields  |   garden architecture by Andrew van Egmond
Garden connecting strongly with the surrounding fields  |   garden architecture by Andrew van Egmond
Garden connecting strongly with the surrounding fields  |   garden architecture by Andrew van Egmond
The surrounding fields are part of the garden  |   garden architecture by Andrew van Egmond
Garden is part of  the surrounding fields  |   garden architecture by Andrew van Egmond

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