Here are some top tips for creating your own Japanese inspired zen garden.
A Zen garden is a tranquil haven where you can find solace and peace. It is ideal for content creators who enjoy nature and want to get away from the hustle and bustle of regular offices to spark new ideas and gain inspiration.
Freepik (cover image)
Inspired by Japanese design principles, Japan House is a finely crafted pavilion addition to a 1920s Californian Bungalow on Sydney’s lower north shore – a refined structure that skilfully entwines natural materials, light and landscape.
Willoughby East, New South Wales, Australia
This large, wooded site is on a small bay on Lake Washington in the Washington Park neighborhood of Seattle. The parcel enjoys sweeping views of Lake Washington and the Cascade Mountains was well suited for our client’s collection of specimen trees.
Hidden Cove Residence
Stuart Silk Architects
Seattle, Washington, USA
Aaron Leitz, John Granen
Japanese Garden design is a sacred type of architecture. This type of design has been around for centuries, and is highly significant in Japanese culture. There are a variety of meanings and reasons for the elements found within Japanese Garden design. These are some of the major key factors of Japanese Garden design.
Kwon Junho (cover image), Daderot, Hiro2006, 663highland
The House is located in Whistler, Canada overlooking Alta Lake, the house serves as a holiday house.
Taking advantage of the slope the volume is crafted from the topology lines with a green roof blend the house with the landscape surrounding.
House Over the Lake
Alta Lake, Whistler, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Rhinoceros 3D, Lumion, Adobe Photoshop
Designed by Ukrainian architect Nat Telichenko, Baan Bubble dome house is located in Kharkiv, Ukraine.
Project description by the architect:
Baan Bubble dome house with a magnificent sunset & lake view, designed in the spirit of retro-futurism; landscape with very special thematic terraces - a...