From the ethereal to the backyard-next-door, these outdoor spaces use the best of nature to create beautiful sculptures and habitable environments.
- Patrick Dougherty's "Natural History" sculpture at the Brooklyn Botanical Garden.
- Andy Goldsworthy's ethereal sculptures represent mother nature, redefined.
- Inside a Goldsworthy sculpture.
- Maya Lin's "Wavefield" at Storm King Art Center.
- Zen Garden in Portland, Oregon.
- Margaret Roach's beautiful and serene-looking backyard.
- An urban oasis in Brooklyn.
- Well-placed seating can turn a hidden spot into the perfect backyard getaway.
- A gate to nowhere often inspires the imagination.
- A meandering path encourages exploration through an outdoor space.
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