The New London Garden

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Mitchell Beazley, 2000 - Gardening - 176 pages
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London has been at the cuttingedge of garden design for many years, and the extraordinary gardens in this book are sometimes eccentric, sometimes modern and chic, sometimes even surreal, but always well designed and very beautiful. Award-winning and internationally renowned garden designer George Carter presents an informal portrait of London's most stylish and finest contemporary private gardens, from the minimalist to the theatrically baroque, the exotic to the bizarre.

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Carter is one of Britain's most exciting garden designers. He trained as a sculptor and his first career was as an exhibition designer. He now combines garden and exhibition design projects.

Mariagrazia Dammicco is a journalist living in Mestre, near Venice. She is a member of the Club of Historic Gardens of Venice and has collaborated on the guide "I Giardini Veniziani," Marianne Majerus lives in London, but she makes frequent trips to her favorite city, Venice. She specializes in garden photography, and she was awarded "Photograph of the Year" in 2002. Her work has appeared in "Secret Gardens of London" and in "House Beautiful Container Gardens,

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