Citizen garden

Park or garden?

A garden.

A living area where the senses experience a universe of silence and mystery, prompting the question about the poetic meaning of its most sublime components.

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Wood in outdoor furniture

There are few materials that are pleasing to the sight and to the touch, like wood.

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Court Square Press

The Court Square Press building was built in 1900 as a printing press on the edge of Boston’s Fort Point Channel district

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The yard of my house: Historical and cultural landscape of cities

The exterior spaces that we build and inhabit, including the patios and residential gardens, often reflect in its configuration cultural aspects of its inhabitants.

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Yucatecan architect, founding partner of Augusto Quijano Arquitectos. He has been professor of the most prestigious universities in the country, winner of multiple national competitions and recognized for the design and construction of emblematic buildings in different cities of Mexico.

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Sculptural Garden and Pavilion

Vertebral, in collaboration with the ÑÚ Art Agency, were invited to work in an area for Design House México 2018.

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Claude Monet’s courtyard

I have no doubt when deciding what my favorite place in the world is.

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Central Park in Valencia

Photography: Richard Bloom

Landscape architect Gustafson Porter + Bowman has completed the first phase of Parque Central, a new 11.5ha urban park formerly occupied by railway lines and industrial land in the centre of the city of Valencia.

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Plants that live in pots

The landscape architect incorporates the pot as a decorative element to emphasize the vegetation that will live in it.

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The Courtyard: An opening to heaven

Potography: Santiago López

The courtyard is a primary space and structuring center of buildings, both public and private, which, since time immemorial and in virtually all cultures, has been used for various purposes,

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