December 4, 2023

The 10 Best Parks for Design Lovers

We’d be remiss not to incorporate just one of the world’s legendary and most awe-inspiring…

We’d be remiss not to incorporate just one of the world’s legendary and most awe-inspiring landmarks, Central Park, located in the heart of New York City. There are several sides to this eco-friendly oasis, from the Central Park Zoo to the Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Reservoir, Sheep Meadow, and Strawberry Fields. Renowned celeb inside designer Brigitte Romanek, founder of Romanek Design Studio, finds inspiration from the joy she sees the park convey many others. “I keep in mind the 1st time I walked into the park: It was a substantial surprise to me that some thing so wonderful, green, and lush could exist in the middle of this urban environment,” she has told Advert Pro. “I make certain to bring greenery into my client’s houses and my very own household.”

Paley Park, a pocket park in New York City.

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Paley Park

Place: New York Metropolis

“Paley Park on East 53rd Avenue is 1 of my favorite parks and an occasional date spot,” suggests Christine Gachot, principal of Gachot Studios. “In what feels like a concealed escape from the busy metropolis, the park has a 20-foot drinking water wall that is superbly lit from beneath at evening. It is this picture that has frequented several challenge temper boards, together with that of the Brooklyn Tower kitchens I lately designed. The kitchen palette was influenced by the tones of Paley Park’s drinking water wall. Inside of the black body of granite countertops and laminate cabinets, a polished bronze mirror backsplash references the reflectivity of the h2o, though etched bronze mirror recessed higher cabinets supply a heat glow inside the house.”

Jardin des Dunes et des Vents at the Parc de La Villette in Paris.

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Jardin des Dunes et des Vents at the Parc de La Villette

Location: Paris

“My architecture studio designed the pilgrimage to the Parc de La Villette when I was at the Rhode Island University of Design and style learning for a Bachelor of Architecture,” claims Krista Ninivaggi, principal and interior style and design chief at Woods Bagot. “We have been there largely to pay a visit to and sketch the [Bernard] Tschumi follies. Which is when we learned a playground that went unsung in our architectural historical past lessons. Twelve of us overgrown ‘kids’ snuck on to the playground and danced all-around for practically an hour. The playground is designed of all forms of different mechanisms to transfer your human body all around in entertaining and unconventional strategies. Honestly, the creations resembled points we have witnessed in cartoons far more than actual lifestyle. The room is pure delight. I consider about that day and that house generally.”