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Seductive Sustainability
Bernard Trainor

In today's weekly batch of articles on The New York Times' Home & Garden section, there is a good summary of current trends in environmental landscape design: “Over the past five years, as climate change has become more obvious and energy costs have spiraled up, a number of designers have begun to champion an approach to landscaping that marries traditional environmental concerns — sustainability, biodiversity, restoration, conservation — with a sensitivity to aesthetics and a flexibility that they said was missing from green-gardening crusades of the past.” Go see.

Artfully Planned Decay
  • Anonymous
  • August 21, 2008 at 8:54:00 PM CDT
  • I wrote about this too - at my blog and at Human Flower Project.

  • Anonymous
  • August 22, 2008 at 6:22:00 AM CDT
  • Wow - what a good picture! I expect the panels are stashed on the roof of the house.. I secretly hope they're lining the floor of the pool?

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