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Garden Dialogues: Seattle
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Saturday, July 20, 2013 - Sunday, July 21, 2013
time:
time varies
cost:
$35 to $75
venue:
Seattle various locations
various
Seattle, Wa
info:
202.483.0553
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How do garden owners and their landscape architects or designers work together to create a great garden?

On July 20 and 21, get exclusive access to private gardens in Seattle and hear directly from the designers and their clients.
Garden Dialogues brings together patrons and designers to reveal the creative process, the give and take, and the collaboration that yields a great garden. Garden Dialogues provides unique opportunities for small groups to experience some of today’s most beautiful gardens created by some of the most accomplished designers currently in practice.

Register for one or both of the following tours here

Saturday, July 20th, 1:30 to 3:00 | Bainbridge Island
A: Bloedel Reserve Sequence of Gardens (A Garden of Planes [modified], Moss Garden, Reflection Pool and Bird Sanctuary)
Rich Haag, Rich Haag Associates; Edward Moydell and Richard Brown, Bloedel Reserve; Thaisa Way, University of Washington
“This is a landmark of 20th Century landscape architecture,” wrote Anne Whiston Spire, MIT Professor and author, in Progressive Architecture magazine. And, it's dramatic. The Garden of Planes, The Reflection Pond, The Moss Garden and The Bird Sanctuary are each treated as a special stage set against a dark proscenium of the old forest, extracted proof that man can be the steward of the land and can design with nature.


Sunday, July 21st, 1:00 to 3:00 | Seattle
B: Brighton Beach Estate
Jason Morse, AHBL , with Aaron Mollick, Stuart Silk Architects
The remnants of one of Seattle’s former premier gardens were skillfully integrated with new features on, the grounds of an early 20th century lakefront estate. Historic plans, images, and press articles helped in the creation of a series of garden rooms that would honor the history of the landscape while serving the needs of a modern family.