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 Hosackâ€™s Rockefeller Center Roof Garden (1933) for example, to todayâ€™s conceptual creations such as Tony Heywoodâ€™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.