Designer: OSLAND.AND.ASSOC, 2001
Location: Fridley, Minneapolis, USA
This landscape reveals the idea of manipulated nature, as a natural source is surrounded by man-made materials and incorporated in a way as if it was the only source of calm in the built world.
Diwang Park B
Designer: URBANUS, 2005
Location: Shenzhen, China
The park design is similar to the highways and roads to the left of it, as they both display winding lanes; it is almost as if they were alternatives to each other, the park/pedestrian lanes being the colorful alternative to the drab and strict roadways to the side.
Garden Perspectives without Vanishing Points
Image Source: Urban Landscapes
Designer: Ruey Y. Chen, ?
Location: Santa Ana, California
The exposed patch of topography amidst the hard concrete is reminiscent of a free-flowing meadow amongst the hustle and bustle of our urban society; displaying a bit of wild nature within the order and dreariness of our strict circumstances to modernism.