Blog from a student of Landscape Architecture. Here you'll find everything I find inspirational and creative. Enjoy!

 

hinterlandscape:

Wetland garden, Waitangi Park, Wellington. 
Wraight & Associates Landscape Architecture.
Photo: hinter/DM

hinterlandscape:

Wetland garden, Waitangi Park, Wellington. 

Wraight & Associates Landscape Architecture.

Photo: hinter/DM

Getting the night off to a good start  (at The Lost & Found)

Getting the night off to a good start (at The Lost & Found)

rhamphotheca:

RAINBOW GRAPES
These may look like party balloons but they are actually rainbow grapes. These grapes aren’t a rare species, they are created during Véraison (when grapes turn from green to purple as they ripen). Image: BizarBin/Worth1000/Sesan Olasupo/Laritech Garden Seeds Branch Company
(via: ScienceAlert)

rhamphotheca:

RAINBOW GRAPES

These may look like party balloons but they are actually rainbow grapes. These grapes aren’t a rare species, they are created during Véraison (when grapes turn from green to purple as they ripen).

Image: BizarBin/Worth1000/Sesan Olasupo/Laritech Garden Seeds Branch Company

(via: ScienceAlert)

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Frank Lloyd Wright (American, 1867-1959)

Lake Tahoe Summer Colony, Emerald Bay, California, 1923

For a 200-acre lot on Lake Tahoe, Frank Lloyd Wright designed several astounding buildings: a floating inn, houseboat-style barges, and a cottage that arches directly over a deep crevasse. The inn would have been anchored near an isolated island, while the barges would be mobile enough to float to a different location each season.

  • Barge for Two
  • Fallen Leaf Barge
  • Cabin on a Chasm (lower right) source
  • Hypothetical Study Model, Built 1995