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遗产博物馆和花园 Heritage Museums and Gardens by Stephen Stimson Associates

作者: 2021-06-232021年06月24日暂无评论

这个项目涉及为遗产博物馆和花园的花旗花园设计一个水景,其任务是通过卓越的园艺,花园设计和展览促进美国文化。该网站由一个成熟的树木分隔主要入口级与黄花菜园的低海拔。这个设计灵感来自于新英格兰地区发现的历史悠久的水槽和历史悠久的水槽,它是一个208英尺长,两英尺宽的水面镜子,穿过现有的林地,并向下倒入水花园。风化的,肉桂色的钢类似于周围的树皮,旨在与现有植物的色调结合。水槽在抵达游客中心时体验到,水平通道在露台延伸到现有植被深处。当访客慢慢地沿着斜坡下降时,结构消失并且在黄花菜花园重新出现,在那里它终止为二十六英尺高的瀑布。水花园由原生花岗岩石边缘定义,邀请游客探索水厂和花园收集。

 

This project involves the design of a water feature for the Daylily Garden at Heritage Museums and Gardens, whose mission is to promote American culture through excellence in horticulture, garden design and exhibits. The site consisted of a mature stand of trees separating the main entry level with the lower elevation of the Daylily Garden. The design, inspired by the age of gristmills and historic flumes found throughout New England, is a 208 feet long, two-foot wide mirror of water that slides through the existing stand of woodland and pours over and down into the water garden. The weathered, cinnamon-tone steel resembles the surrounding tree bark and was designed to integrate with the hues of the existing flora. The flume is experienced upon arrival to the Visitor’s Center with a level channel at the terrace extending deep into the existing vegetation. As the visitor slowly descends down a slope, the structure disappears and reappears at the Daylily Garden, where it terminates as a twenty-six foot tall waterfall. The water garden is defined by native granite stone edges and invites visitors to explore the water plants and garden collection.

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