Hardcover: 264 pages
Publisher: Gibbs Smith (November 11, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 1.2 x 8.8 x 12.2 inches
现代主义大师， Louis Benech， Gilles Clement, Pascal Cribier, Christian Fournet, Camille Muller, Hugues Peuvergne也做了一个全新的尝试，他们用他们的经验，对色彩的把握打造了全新的法国花园。
Zahid Sardar is the design editor of the San Francisco Chronicle and has reported on garden, interior and architecture design for twenty years in the Bay Area. His work appears in Chronicle Magazine and other national and international design publications such as House & Garden, Western Interiors and Design, Elle Décor, Architecture, Metropolis, Elle Decoration and Schoner Wohnen magazines.
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In & Out of Paris. Gardens of Secret Delights.
By Zahid Sardar .
Photographs by Marion Brenner.
When French queen Catherine de Medici created the Tuileries Palace and Garden outside Paris’s medieval walls, she began the unprecedented expansion and greening of one of the world’s great cities. Now Paris’s extraordinary public parks are rivaled only by secret courtyard gardens behind inscrutable nineteenth-century façades and miniature orchards of delight on hidden roof terraces. Among the more than 40 great and small projects within In & Out of Paris are fresh garden concepts in the city’s environs such as Meudon, Vaux-le-Vicomte, Versailles, Courances, and Méry-sur-Oise, which are otherwise all bastions of classic André Le Nôtre–style French gardens. Also discover the Paris gardens of celebrated artist Jean-Michel Othoniel and art aficionado Pierre Bergé, fashion designer Kenzo Takada’s authentic Japanese retreat in the Bastille, Australian couturier Martin Grant’s very tiny terrace in the Marais, visionary Mexican painter MariCarmen Hernandez’s Montmartre rooftop, American architect Michael Herrman’s perfect homage to Le Corbusier’s Champs-Élysées garden for bon vivant Charles de Beistegui, and the mur vegetals inside botanist Patrick Blanc’s living room. In & Out of Paris showcases top modern masters Louis Benech, Gilles Clément, Pascal Cribier, Christian Fournet, Camille Muller, Hugues Peuvergne, and Pierre-Alexandre Risser, who represent a new era of experiments, color, Zahid Sardar / Photographs by Marion Brenner and asymmetry in the Paris garden.
Zahid Sardar is a San Francisco–based editor, writer and curator specializing in architecture, interiors, gardens and design. His work has appeared in the magazines Dwell, Interiors, Interior Design, House & Garden, Elle Décor, House Beautiful, Form and Landscape Architecture, and the San Francisco Chronicle. He has lectured widely in the United States, taught design history at the California College of the Arts and has written several other design books, including West Coast Modern and New Garden Design..Marion Brenner’s photographs have appeared in numerous magazines, including Landscape Architecture, Gardens Illustrated, Martha Stewart Living and Garden Design, and can be found in the photography collections of UC Berkeley’s Bancroft Library, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Berkeley Art Museum. Books featuring her work include Andrea Cochran: Landscapes, Olin: Placemaking and Living Land, as well as New Garden Design. She lives and gardens in Berkeley, California.