Wareth gardens are Japanese style gardens, 6.5 hectors which are dramatically organized through combining the different types of garden designs such as natural stream landscape, tea garden, and dry landscape based on the idea that owner enjoy the garden through WAlk, REst, and THink. There are 650 different varieties of trees and various colors of ornamental glasses throughout the garden. This ecologically rich and unique stroll garden as an extraordinary place to view changes of the seasons has various beautiful faces and colors throughout the seasons and has enchanted people for years.
The Marriott Resort landscape design exemplifies the experience of the Monsoon in Coorg by transforming the site’s rain water into climatic responsive water features. The design plays off the rain; channeling, storing and transforming the runoff from the site into ponds, cascades, waterfalls and fountains. When the Monsoon arrives, the guests not only sense the rain through smell, sight and sound, but experience the excitement of watching the resort turning into a magnificent water garden.
People live with hardly any nature in urban environment, and face various pressures every day, so it is necessary for them to have a healing space at home to release mental and physical stress. There is a Zen word “San Sui Ni Sei On Ari”, which means in nature of mountain and river people can hear clear and pure sound. Under this design concept the design combines the urban elements and the nature elements into one space. Water falling down from celling and expending waves, making it possible to enjoy this space not only visually but also acoustically by hearing the sound.
Horsetopia is an eco-friendly horse park in Yeongcheon, South Korea. Half of the 1,474,883㎡ site is dedicated to horse racing and the other half is for horse-related activities. This park will have a mix of fast and slow programs to attract young people who can enjoy horses as their companions. The marketing goal is to promote horse racing in Asia and other horse related activities as an eco-friendly alternative to amusement rides.
PLAYOHO Art Pavilion comprises of 28 nos. of circular rings on columns with different materials and characters which moves in wind and cast shadows on ground. It creates a free public space for citizens to stop their hectic pace, stay, and hang around freely. Appreciating the skylight and wind. It encourages the public to slow down and rest on the lawn and have a moment of free play, or doing nothing practically but watching the wind move the rings.
The design includes relaxing visual aspects that the residents can see while sitting on their balcony or spending time in the garden. The gabion wall made from natural rocks, evergreen trees, a wide variety of green plants on the sunbathing deck and many different spots to rest in the garden with good lightning allow family members to change their spiritual minds the moment they come into the garden.