Monthly Archives: September 2020

Impact of COVID-19 on the design of gardens, outdoor living spaces

Photo: Emiel Molenaar on Unsplash 2020 has been an unprecedented year with much of the world’s population forced to stay at home in order to curb the spread of COVID-19. Since the lockdown, the gardens, balconies and backyards have become a welcome escape from the confines of the home’s interior. However, as we all begin […]

Ebenezer Beautification adapts and advances the memorial garden plan

Like many community organizations, Ebenezer’s Beautification Committee has had to cut back on events and fundraising this year due to COVID-19. But the group, now four years old, continues to move forward with their latest project: a memorial garden at Jay Street and Old Ebenezer Road in northern Lebanon township. Founded in 1845, Ebenezer (which […]

Rewilding – The latest trend in garden design

The trend of rewilding gardening could mean that that patch of lawn you’ve mowed all summer is about to bloom … What is rewilding? Rewilding is all about allowing plants to lose their neat cleanliness without letting them gain the upper hand. (Image credit: Avenir) See also: Revealed: these are the main trends in the […]

Nieto Sobejano unveils raised garden plan and urban scene for Paris

Nieto Sobejano unveils raised garden plan and urban scene for Paris Courtesy of 2020 Nieto Sobejano Lead architect & Marin Trottin Partner architect To share To share Facebook Twitter Pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or Nieto Sobejano Arquitectos unveiled the new design of the Cité du Théâtre, a major cultural center promoted by the French government […]