Raymond Jungles

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Rockport Publishers, Nov 1, 1999 - Architecture - 103 pages
The lush tropical gardens of landscape architect Raymond Jungles are, in part, inspired by the great Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx. Working closely with his wife, artist Deborah Yates, Jungles's landscapes features colorful mosaics, custom-designed water fountains, and dramatic swimmimg pools set among exotic plans native to southern Florida and the Florida Keys. Jungles has a degree in landscape architecture from the University of Florida. His design studio and office are in Key West, Florida.

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About the author (1999)

Raymond Jungles is the founder and principal of Jungles Landscape Architect in Miami, Florida.
Terence Riley is the director of the Miami Art Museum. He was formerly a chief curator at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The author lives in Miami, FL.

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