Modern Garden Design

This book presents a selection of green spaces that surround us, beginning with our homes and extending to vegetated spaces that form part of our cities.

Author: Simone Schleifer

Publisher: Koenemann

ISBN: 3741920517

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Page: 360

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This book not only presents all kinds of green spaces in private and public areas, it also gives tips for the design and planning of a garden or a planted space outdoors.
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