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Piet Oudolf’s Next Wave

After Piet and Anja Oudolf closed their 6,000-square-foot nursery, it left an empty space. Writer Noel Kingsbury was fortunate to witness its “wild” transformation. I am  long time fan of Piet’s evolving perrenial and grass landscapes and although this largely consists of … Continue reading

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Peter Zumthor’s Serpentine Gallery Pavilion 2011

Making the news this week is the opening of Peter Zumthors Serpentine gallery – isn’t it just too boring for words – all this Swiss minimalism – it has some sensual appeal but don’t you  think these statements are now … Continue reading

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Dutch “Garden” Genius Piet Oudolf’s 2010 Venice Biennial Garden

Piet Oudolf is a master plantsman and “gardener” and an acknowledged expert at the art of creating perennial gardens hence his plantings for James Corner’s award winning “High Line” in New York and Kathryn Gustafsons “Lurie Garden” in Chigago and … Continue reading

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