Does it seem like reference material on modern/contemporary gardens are a bit thin? This book looks to have quite a bit of inspiring photos to expand your landscape design ideas.
-An accessible and affordable overview of 100 contemporary gardens from the early 1920s to the present day
-Traces the history of the contemporary garden, from the experimentations of the early 20th century, David Hosack’s Rockefeller Center Roof Garden (1933) for example, to today’s conceptual creations such as Tony Heywood’s Split (2003)
-Includes gardens all over the world by leading designers such as Roberto Burle-Marx (Brazil), Tadao Ando (Japan), Adriaan Geuze (Netherlands), Fernando Caruncho (Spain) and Martha Schwartz (USA)
-Features all types of garden, including Modernist landscapes, conceptual spaces, water and roof gardens, and urban parks
$24.95, Buy it here.