As the days are a bit too quickly moving into darkish territory, inspirational garden designs w37/2022 take a closer look at a spectacular sinkhole, a fine autumn grass, kitsch vases, garden art and some seating for comfort as well as show.
- Who would have thought that a sinkhole could look this good? Someone had the great idea of turning the Umpherston Sinkhole/Balumbul in South Australia into a sunken garden. Now hanging vines and other plants can be admired from top terraces as well a stroll at the bottom. This place looks like quite a unique garden experience.
- Yes, autumn came around this year as well. Where I live this Miscanthus sinensis ‘Malepartus’ is currently showing itself from its best sides. Those flower heads are a sight for sore eyes as well as great to the touch.
- Tiles, just love them. London designer Max Lamb has created an installation of sculptural items made from three-dimensional tiles he developed for Japanese brand Tajimi Custom Tiles. This sofa is one of them.
- How’s this for outstanding garden art? Functional it is too with incorporated seating and planters. This custom sculpture was created for a garden in Sydney, Australia where they clients were in search of a WOW-factor. Think they must have been quite happy with the result …
- These Testa di Moro vases are not everyone’s taste I’m sure. I, however, am fascinated by them. As far as i can ascertain they are only for indoor use. I reckon they have great potential as outdoor decor as well.
- The Superfonda Farfalla Sofa was originally designed in 1967 by Florentine radical group Archizoom. Comprised of two wavy elements cut from a single piece of polyurethane, it can be arranged in different configurations, becoming a sofa, chaise lounge, or daybed upon choice.