Udo Wellacher, Visionary Gardens, Modern Landscapes by Ernest Cramer, Published October 31, 1997

Berggarten in Graz Kienast vogt partner

http://beruehrungspunkte.de/magazine/magazin-2/gegen-den-malerischen-heimatstil/

Berggarten in Graz Kienast Vogt Partner from Udo Wellacher, Visionary Gardens, Modern Landscapes by Ernest Cramer
This abstract garden uses geometry to highlight different axis’. This creates movement within the landscape and visually stimulates the visitor.

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Sprig House paving from Udo Wellacher, Visionary Gardens, Modern Landscapes by Ernest Cramer

This concrete paving uses cracks to blend the hardscape and softscape into a unified relationship.

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Shoreline Design in the Forrer, Sulzer Garden on Lago Maggiore from Udo Wellacher, Visionary Gardens, Modern Landscapes by Ernest Cramer

The placement of rocks in this landscape mimics how they would naturally be. It creates peace and unity in the landscape.

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1 comment
  1. 5 – ok, but be more specific when you say geometry; you could say the repetition of geometric forms highlights different axes (plural of axis).
    5 – ok
    3 – describe HOW the rocks are placed rather than just saying they’re mimicking something “natural”. What is natural?

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