Here’s a look at someone who followed a very different type of design principles and a way of designing landscapes . . . art that become art in the landscape.

A RBM tapestry at he Paco Imperial Museum
A RBM tapestry at the Paco Imperial Museum

Above is the tapestry work by the Brazilian artist and great landscape designer Roberto Burle Marx, the man was an incredible unique talent, a real one of a kind. To me his guiding principles were texture and color.

A terrace garcen in Rio De Janerio
A terrace garden in Rio De Janerio

I found these on a blog called slow movement, a collection of a lot of varied material, thanks for the post about RBM.

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