Japanese Garden Twello


  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design
  • Japanese Garden Twello Design

Japanese Garden Twello
Yokoso Japanese Gardens was assigned to design a fairly large Japanese garden in Twello, the Netherlands. The measurements of the garden were 17 x 17 meter for the backyard and 20 x 4 meter for the side garden. The target was to create a ‘not too classic‘ Japanese garden with modern influences.

From the wooden veranda at the back of the garden we have a good overview of the main rock formations, the Japanese stone Nurasagi lantern and the pond . The pond consists of Shirakawa gravel, which optionally can be replaced by water at a later stage. The pond runs into a narrow stream which continues into the side garden. The side garden is blocked at the front by la arge Taxus plant formation.

The design divides the garden into different areas; the natural stone terrace which is connected to the covered veranda by rectangular stepping stones. To the right of this is the Zen garden with Shirakawa gravel and three rocks in the renowned ‘san-zon-seki’ arrangement. To the left of the path is the Japanese garden with a path of stepping stones, Azalea plants, Enkianthus plants, Japanese maples, a large rock formation, the Nurasagi lantern and a Shikoku Tsukubai arrangement. On the wall to the right of the stone terrace is a big Japanese gong mounted which is softly backlit. The terrace lamps and wall lamps are by the Dutch designer Piet Boon.

 

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