John Pawson Architects

Sackler Crossing . Royal Botanic Gardens . Kew


John Pawson Architects . photos: RBG Kew . + e-architect

The 120-hectare expanse of Kew’s Royal Botanic Gardens lies southwest of London. Set in a curve of the River Thames, its tranquillity untouched by the incongruous proximity of planes making their final descent into Heathrow, this is a rich palimpsest of landscape and iconic structures shaped by the work of the leading designers of their day, including Capability Brown and Decimus Burton.













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14 de noviembre de 2012, 17:08 Harmony dijo...

Me emociona la arquitectura de Pawson.
Una gran referencia.

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