08 April 2013

Lisa Gimmy's disparate landscapes

Having just recently returned from California, I was struck by the recent feature in the NY Times on Califrnia landscape architect Lisa Gimmy. But I think I may have been most struck by this wonderful quote about her work:
“There is not a look,” she says. “My gardens are more about the site, plants and views, and about finding a design that is in sync with the architecture and that allows the clients to live the life they imagine for themselves.”
That sensitive response to site conditions is something that really sets apart much of the best landscape architecture from architecture. Take a look.


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