This post I guess suppose to be my favorite one. Why is part of landscape blog? Because landscape is defined by an indefinite mass of individual experience. With this in mind I decided to talk to some of those who consider to limitate the /public/ space or border of landscape architecture field. I can share […]

To find out France’ s most beautiful ,,paysages” you don’t need to start with some manual. You just need to have your eyes open while enjoying scenic views, great wineyards along the way. Our first ,,landscape stop” was at the city of Ronchamp. We took the scenic route to get this shot of the Le Corbusiere […]

There are many ways to explore Limmat river Zurich waterfront with its gentle meanders. This was my second time in the city, but the first one I’d seen people swimming there! Firts time it was winter :). Anyway second time very lucky. We were met at the station by Antoine (Peter’s dearest exschoolmate from Munich […]

Surroundings of Zurich’ s residences where one is decorated with a classic regular beds, and other loose planting grass, which cushions soft grasses wave loaves of hydrangeas and rhododendrons replicate the movement of water completes the great man. Trees Amelanchier here welcome spring flood of white flowers, summer is on top of a haze over […]

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