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It is very difficult to design gardens which are able to ‘talk’ in the face of a very strong surrounding context!



Out in the wilds of Idaho, Jan Macfarland Cox and her architect Tom Kundig have designed a garden which does manage to find its ‘voice’ in this tremendously large landscape.



A strong and simple structure makes the garden seem part of the house, leads the eye out into the landscape and also serves as some very necessary shelter for the plants.



All the images I could find.

NB Tried to ask permission to use these photos, but there were no contact details that I could find. However, since I am singing their praises, hopefully they won’t mind!