is a Finnish sculptor and environment artist living in the city of Oulu. He has been working 20 years with natural material - often in an oversized scale. Lately he has been working mostly abroad creating many public site specific works around Europe and Canada.
The plant Camellia, reached its popularity in 1848 following the success of the novel by Dumas, The Lady of the Camellias
Babylone by Alexis Tricore is a spherical Plexiglas pendant “for planting with lighting.” The 220 V light at the globe’s center is a glowing tube that serves to light up interior spaces, GO
l'Ibisco or Hibiscus, belongs to the family of Malvaceae that includes about 300 species of small trees, shrubs and herbaceous annual or perennial plants. The name comes from the Greek and probably was given by Dioscorides, a well-known physician of antiquity, lived in the first century a.d. GO
The representative of Thailand flower "Golden rain tree Cassia fistula, ราชพฤกษ์ Thai – ratchaphruek – known as the" golden shower tree ".GO
Fear and fascination, respect and contempt, the attraction and repulsion, greed, guilt and a feeling of nausea. These are the emotions that Thomas Jeckson evokes through research of form and movement in his installations. GO
Ravenna is a lovely green corner behind the Battistero Neoniano.
A resident of Savoy, listed in the UNESCO World Heritage list since 1997. The Palace ofVenaria is located in the homonymous town of Venaria Real in Turin province, situated on the confluence of the rivers Stura di Lanzo and Ceronda, at the base of the Arch of the Graian Alps.
Between fascination and curiosity
In Sicily, there are gardens that have the features of Arab culture, characterized by 200 years of domain, from 827 to 1060, which touched many aspects, both in architecture and in agriculture, and influenced the culture.