12 January 2011 BGU University Entrance Square and Art Gallery by Chyutin Architects Stripes of paving, plants and lighting form the entrance to Ben- Gurion University campus in Be’er Sheba, Israel, designed by Israeli firm Chyutin Architects.
"A great modern garden showcasing wonderful design that utilizes shape, texture, line, and layers to achieve a very pleasing composition. Note how that doesn't mean tons of flowers or color. via Garden Collection
Atlanta Interior designer Ginny Magher used the Lafourcades for the restoration of her century farmhouse, Le Mas de Baraquet, and it’s grounds, near St- Rémy de Provence. Published - British House and Gardens magazine Sept.
Blasen Landscape Architecture has a really nice portfolio full of very clean and modern designs. I am totally copying the first photo, that planter with a singular tree and the cut ground cover on top, minimalism at it’s best