Legris Sylvain

Fractal Gardens Can Be Rolled and Arranged into Infinite Patterns

by , 09/02/10
filed under: Gardening

fractal garden, green design, gardening, International Garden Festival, canada, Legge Lewis Legge, rolling planters, sustainable design

These gorgeous Fractal Gardens was created by Legge Lewis Legge for the International Garden Festival in Métis (Québec, Canada). Composed of a group of 21 low planters on wheels, the garden can be rolled and arranged into infinite patterns. The set consists of seven planters comprising three different shapes and plantings. Each “diamond” contains two angles that are multiples of 1/14th of 360°, allowing the pieces to fit together both symmetrically and asymmetrically.

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