Tuft and Hummock Planters
Clumps, Tufts and Hummocks on exhibit bespeak of the epitome of Ecological sophistication due to their ubiquitous success in the natural environment. We begin our horticultural design here because it articulates our commitment to Complex Biodiversity.
Niche Biomes In Transition
The Hammock biome is an Emergent Process that lives, grows and adapts more successfully than static designs. Artful transitions between these Ecological mounds and grottos often take the form of monocultural liminal zones. This variety in collective texture and transition charges the Complex Whole with a fascinating vitality that expands from the increase in margins and borders.
Meanders, Verticals and Spillovers
Mounds, margins, meanders and liminal zones vastly increase the surface area and ‘coastline’ of fractal dimensionality, which compounds the synergistic biodiversity per square foot and supercharges life force and energetic vitality. Horticultural Aesthetics have always been a hidden source of health and psycho-emotional rejuvenation, not only for the aristocratic atmosphere but for the noosphere and gaian ecology too.
Complexity and Sculptural Wabi-Sabi
Sometimes the best Western translation for Wabi-sabi is ‘Rustic’. Rustic in the aesthetic sense resonates to weathered effects and interesting textures. The Greater part of Sculptural Architecture exhibits Cosmic Harmony in its overall Form while the more granular harmonies are communicated by textural imminence. Traditional translation of wabi-sabi includes the term ‘imperfections’ which relate gracefully to the effects of dignified aging and the emergent phenomena of Complex Adaptive Systems.