Andrew Harvey
More ideas from Andrew
Afterburn by Civilian Projects | International Garden Festival at the Jardins de Métis, Grand Métis, Quebec. Nicko Elliott and Ksenia Kagner created this abstraction of a Boreal forest fire’s aftermath using charred posts interspersed with evergreen saplings and pioneer species – the first plants to repopulate an area following a blaze. Sited in a forest clearing, the installation recalls plants’ regenerative powers to remind us that fires are part of a forest’s natural cycles.

Each year, the International Garden Festival at the Jardins de Métis sees the arrival of wildly inventive landscape works in Grand-Métis, Quebec.

This Zen Garden Inspired Installation Is One Of The Winners At The 2015 Jardin de Metis Garden Festival

at the international garden festival in quebec, talmon biran architecture studio have realized 'around-about', an installation referencing japanese zen gardens.