Here’s some of things we like and hopefully a bit inspiration for you.
Second Prize: Professor Alan Pert and team members from Nord architecture/landscape firm (Brian McGinlay, Helen-Anne Love, Mark Bell and Rod Kemsley) and Atelier 10 environmental /structures firm
Le Corbusier's modulor: a harmonious measure to the human scale universally applicable to architecture and mechanics. 1954. faber and faber. london
Dutchess County, NY, Home designed by famous architect Steven Holl @Emiliana Effendy County, Hudson Valley, NY
Sempervivum Plant - Calcareum A pretty alpine plant. Spreading mats of fleshy rosettes. Amongst the easiest of plants to grow, they will tolerate heat, drought and neglect and still manage to thrive! Alpines are a range of plants that have their origins in alpine, mountainous climates. They can be grown in patio containers, an old sink, between paving stones, in dry-stone walls or in a rockery - so are perfect for small, modern gardens, patios or balconies.
Brain Cook of Batsford - tree and mountain landscape - illustration using Berte method, c1935 by mikeyashworth