Kazuyuki Ishihara Design Laboratory
Weathered Limestone Rockery, Grey Paddlestones, Pearly Quartz & Scottish Beach Pebbles
Renowned garden designer Ishihara Kazuyuki returned for his 12th year with Gosho No Niwa, a spectacular Artisan water garden inspired by the Kyoto emperors of Japan. The cultural concept behind the garden was that such gardens would never be attacked, so they didn’t need walls or fortresses to protect them from attacks in war.
A spectacular cascading waterfall sits at the back of the garden, made up of mossy boulders piled up on top of each other and planted with
the surprisingly still and clear water.
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