Piet Oudolf At Work

£59.95

Available for Pre-order. Due March 2023.
Piet Oudolf At Work Authors: , , Format: Hardback First Published: Published By: Phaidon Press Ltd
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Pages: 276 Language: English ISBN: 9781838664244 Categories: , ,

A major monograph on the Dutch garden designer, featuring his gardens and the largest collection of his drawings ever published Step into a Piet Oudolf garden and you are transported into a dreamlike meadowscape, filled with perennials, seasonal color, and texture. Made in close collaboration with Oudolf, this book showcases gardens throughout his career and across the globe from New York’s acclaimed High Line to the newly planted Vitra Campus in Germany. The book offers fresh insight into the work and creative practice of Oudolf, both from a horticultural and artistic perspective, showcasing high-profile and lesser-known gardens, including Chicago’s Lurie Garden, Hauser & Wirth Somerset and Menorca, Venice Biennale, Singer Museum, Belle Isle in Detroit, Noma, and others. It offers unprecedented insight into his design process, working methods, and inspirations, and features original sketches and drawings many of which are published here for the first time. This major new monograph is significant not only for its breadth and the largest collection of Oudolf’s drawings ever published, but also for its inclusion of brand-new work, together with newly commissioned essays that place his work in context and offer fresh perspective on his career and significance. The book also includes gatefolds and tip-ins to explain key designs.

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Author Biography

Cassian Schmidt is a gardener, landscape architect, and director of Hermannshof Garden in Germany. Noel Kingsbury is a planting design consultant and a prolific writer on gardens and naturalistic planting. Hans Ulrich Obrist is a curator, critic, art historian, and artistic director at the Serpentine Galleries in London.