15,597 Asian Garden Design Ideas
Behind the Tea House is a traditional Japanese raked garden. After much research we used bagged poultry grit in the raked garden. It had the perfect texture for raking. Gray granite cobbles and fashionettes were used for the border. A custom designed bamboo fence encloses the rear yard.
John Davies Landscape
Miriam's River House Designs, LLC
Photo of front side of Tea House. Building is all hand constructed using pegs. The building is designed using metaphysical principles and was constructed using exotic and local wood species. . Photo credits: Dan Drobnick
RH Factor Landscape Design
View through the front gate. Architecture by NAA+A. photo by Ralph Smith
Bradford Associates, LLC
Drone technology shows the backyard after construction and installation was complete.
Julie Moir Messervy Design Studio (JMMDS)
A pair of world travelers with a deep love of Japan asked JMMDS to design a Japanese-inspired landscape that would complement the contemporary renovation of their home in Edinburgh, Scotland. JMMDS created a plan that included a handsome cut-stone patio, meandering stepping stone paths, sweeping bed lines, stony mounds, a grassy pool of space, and swaths of elegant plantings. JMMDS was on site during the installation to craft the mounds and place the plants and stones. Julie Moir Messervy set out the ancient pieces of gneiss from Scotland’s Isle of Lewis. With the planting design, JMMDS sought to evoke the feeling of a traditional Japanese garden using locally suitable plants. The designers and clients visited nurseries in search of distinctive plant specimens, including cloud-pruned hollies, craggy pines, Japanese maples of varied color and habit, and a particularly notable Japanese snowbell tree. Beneath these, they laid drifts of sedges, hellebores, European gingers, ferns, and Solomon’s Seal. Evergreen azaleas, juniper, rhododendrons, and hebe were clustered around the lawn. JMMDS placed bamboos within root-controlled patio beds and planted mondo grass, sedums, and mosses among the stepping stones. Project designers: Julie Moir Messervy, Principal; Erica Bowman, Senior Landscape Architect Collaborators: Helen Lucas Architects, Steven Ogilvie (garden installers) Photography: Angus Bremner
JHLA | Jennifer Horn Landscape Architecture
Our clients on this project were inspired by their travels to Asia and wanted to mimic this aesthetic at their DC property. We designed a water feature that effectively masks adjacent traffic noise and maintains a small footprint.
The Garden Builders
Pro Colour Photography www.procolourphotoraphy.co.uk
Knauf Landscape Architecture
Architect: Sarah Susanka, AIA Photography: Jim Westphalen Integration of Prairie-style architecture and Japanese garden. Palette of patterned and textures borrowed from the surroundings. Sequence of places makes a continuous necklace around the home.
Garden Structures & More
P.S. In the photos at the beginning of this tour you will not see this fountain it was added later.
The Collins Group/JDP Design
Landscape lighting is used to enhance the evening experience. http://www.jerryfinleyphotography.com/
A specially designed bamboo frame to change the shape of the existing window and bring the Japanese influence from the garden into the house
WA-SO design -有限会社 和想-
Takanori Tomiura(STUDIO BUG)
The Art of Landscape