When designing The Garden of Cosmic Speculation, landscape architect and architectural historian Charles Jencks melded the symmetries of science and math with the chaos of nature. Located in Scotland and open to the public only one day a year, these otherworldly greens are a testament to Jencks’ duel passion for “landforming” and for wife Maggie, who inspired the garden before giving way to cancer in 1995. A “mix,” if you will, in the truest, most jaw-dropping sense.
Via: Kuriositas | Photo Credit: Paulus Maximus!
(Source: anthropologie, via garden-artistry)