Studio TASSY

Studio TASSY

Norway and Scotland / Art and Design with a focus on public realm. Promoting creativity, sustainability and wellbeing for all through design; play, furniture and lighting.
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Stormwater management, eco art, nature art, Artful Rainwater Design, green infrastructure, design event, Penn State University, Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Stormwater management, eco art, nature art, Artful Rainwater Design, green infrastructure, design event, Penn State University, Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture

Jamison Square/ Portland, Oregon/ PWP Landscape Architecture

Jamison Square/ Portland, Oregon/ PWP Landscape Architecture

Diana_Memorial_Fountain-Gustafson-Porter-Landscape-Architecture-06 « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

Diana_Memorial_Fountain-Gustafson-Porter-Landscape-Architecture-06 « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

colorful spray park The-Zürichhorn-Playground « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

colorful spray park The-Zürichhorn-Playground « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine

Stormwater Ecology

Stormwater Ecology

Lyon, quais du rhone

Lyon, quais du rhone

Piazza Gae Aulenti | Milan Italy | AECOM « World Landscape Architecture – landscape architecture webzine

Piazza Gae Aulenti | Milan Italy | AECOM « World Landscape Architecture – landscape architecture webzine

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Marabar02.jpg

Rocks, wood, water, by Wenche Selmer     (1920–98), one of thevery few women who gained a position among renowned Norwegian architects in the 20th century.

Rocks, wood, water, by Wenche Selmer (1920–98), one of thevery few women who gained a position among renowned Norwegian architects in the 20th century.

Two different water features, The Reflecting Garden and The Gigantic Pool is divided, yet integrated, by the Floating Terraces, which serves as both pathways and pool decks. Image credit: TROP: terrains + open space

Two different water features, The Reflecting Garden and The Gigantic Pool is divided, yet integrated, by the Floating Terraces, which serves as both pathways and pool decks. Image credit: TROP: terrains + open space