2015 Lecture Series: Thin Places: Gardens That Move You

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2015 Lecture Series: Thin Places: Gardens That Move You
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Leach Botanical Garden says
with Richard Hartlage, Principle and CEO of Land Morphology

There are some places in this world that captivate and inspire. They move us - sometimes for reasons we can't put into words. But there is a word for these destinations: they are called thin places.Can gardens be thin places? Richard Hartlage suggests that, with thoughtful collaboration and discipline, they can. Not every project has the intention of becoming a thin place, but those that do can be a profound experience for the garden designer. Richard will talk about two significant projects that have changed how he perceives the process of creating exceptional gardens that leave strong emotional impressions, and the ingredients that imbue a place with meaning. He will discuss how the inherent character of the site must be teased out and magnified.

Richard's inspiring images convey a fresh and exiting look at gardens as true works of art. See some of his work at http://landmorphology.com/
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By: Leach Botanical Garden

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