Marnas have - Sven-Ingvar Andersson

By Steen Høyer

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Marnas have - Through Illustrated florilegium with garden art for gardeners and flower lovers

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Marnas have. Through Illustrated florilegium with garden art for gardeners and flower lovers.Inspired by Karen Blixen, Sven-Ingvar Andersson photographed the most beautiful bouquets that can make any city dweller to dream to own garden.Behind the hedge to Marnäs Garden hides the highly acclaimed and beloved landscape architect Sven-Ingvar Andersson's private playground and the Exploratorium.For many years photographed Sven-Ingvar Andersson her garden and not least its stunning flower bouquets. Garden flowers are now in the most beautiful possible bouquet of a book, with an article by the equally highly respected landscape architect Steen Hoyer. From garden to garden art.Steen Høyers quiet and confidential text is a fine introduction to gardening, but also in Sven-Ingvar Andersson's playful and experimental universe that can give gardeners a renewed inclination to look at his garden in a new light - and perhaps perform new experiments. For a garden is not only a place to be looked after.It is also an expression of the people who live in the garden.Marnäs Garden was a small retirement home in southern Sweden with a garden of 5,000 square meters.Out of this not very large country garden has come a variety of universes, both changing and promises garden to garden art.Over the years photographed Sven-Ingvar Andersson her garden, and the book complements with a plan of the garden - so it's easy to be inspired or to copy the ideas.

Everyday beautiful bouquets

Inspired by the Dutch Renaissance painters total Sven-Ingvar Andersson throughout life the most beautiful asymmetrical and loose bouquets and photographed them almost always in the same informal jar on a table or bench.The bouquets have the same playful and experimental character of the garden - and yet small works of art that can only be inspired by.As an architect Sven-Ingvar Andersson co-wrote the famous book, Karen Blixen Flowers whether Rungstedlunds park and baroness beautiful flower displays.His own photographs and informal and wonderful bouquets promises garden all the way into everyday life, into the house and into the heart.

The inspirational educator

Sven-Ingvar Andersson has especially distinguished itself internationally together with the Danish architect Johan Otto von Spreckelsen first prize in the competition for the Parc de la Villette and humanity Arc de Triomphe in Paris.At Copenhagen Architecture seemed Sven-Ingvar Andersson as an educator, where over the years has inspired and influenced a generation of architects and landscape architects with its distinctive and precise views were grounded in an artistic, theoretical and functional practices.Steen Høyer is Professor of landscape and garden art and works with special focus on the relationship between landscape and buildings.

In 2013 received Steen Høyer Danmarks Nationalbank's Anniversary Foundation's honorary award for his inspiring work in developing landscape art and put the overall quality framework for the sustainable development of rural areas.Steen Hoyer manages to manifest itself in both landscape art, art and architecture, and is especially noteworthy for connecting art functionality of functionality with art.

Richly illustrated.Danish language editon.

AuthorSteen Høyer
Format28,4 x 27,9 cm
BindingHard cover
Page count96