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Raymond Jungles

Raymond Jungles

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Published by Rockport Publishers, Distributed in the U.S. by North Light Books in Rockport, Mass, Cincinnati, Ohio .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jungles, Raymond,
  • Landscape architecture -- Florida

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by James Grayson Trulove ; photography by Lanny Provo ; text by Stephen Dunn.
    SeriesTen landscapes
    ContributionsJungles, Raymond., Trulove, James Grayson., Provo, Lanny., Dunn, Stephen.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination103 p. :
    Number of Pages103
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22483499M
    ISBN 101564966135
    OCLC/WorldCa42670409

    Jungles pursued this passion through his adolescence and developed it into his career after graduating with a degree in landscape architecture, with honors, from the University of Florida in He established his award-winning firm in , which became incorporated as Raymond Jungles, Inc. in The Cultivated Wild | A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by the Wall Street Journal for "dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences." Color and texture burst forth at every turn in gardens by landscape architect Raymond Jungles.

      A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by the Wall Street Journal for “dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences.”. Color and texture burst forth at every turn in gardens by landscape architect Raymond Jungles.   Jungles new book, The Cultivated Wild, is the second compendium of his recent work. Altogether, there are 21 built landscapes featured, some of which might bring to mind the work of his friend and mentor, the late painter and landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx (above, right, with Raymond Jungles who visited annually for 14 years).

    The Cultivated Wild Raymond Jungles. A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by the Wall Street Journal for “dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences.”. Buy now. A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by theWall Street Journal for dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences. Color and texture burst forth at every turn in gardens by landscape architect Raymond Jungles/5(8).


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Aviation Avenue, Coconut Grove, FL Tel: Fax: A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by the Wall Street Journal for “dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences.” Color and texture burst forth at every turn in gardens by landscape architect Raymond Jungles/5(9).

Jimmy the Hand: Legends of the Riftwar, Book 3 Book 3 of 3: Legends of the Riftwar | by Raymond E. Feist and S.M. Stirling | out of 5 stars The lush tropical gardens of landscape architect Raymond Jungles are, in part, inspired by the great Brazilian landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx.

Working closely with his wife, artist Deborah Yates, Jungles's landscapes features colorful mosaics, custom-designed water fountains, and dramatic swimmimg pools set among exotic plans native to. Raymond Jungles is not a pseudonym.

“Just the name I was born with,” says the man who for more than 30 years has been making glorious tropical gardens, both public and private, mostly in Florida. Growing up in Nebraska, Jungles took a job at a plant nursery to cover the costs of playing high-school hockey.

[ ]. In exquisite gardens inspired by the lush native plants of his adopted home of Miami, landscape artist/architect Raymond Jungles uses nature as a means of self-expression. He is known for modernist groupings of geometric shapes, which highlight the natural aspects of plantings, water features, and native stone.

His use of plants, drawn largely. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Raymond Jungles. Rockport, Mass.: Rockport Publishers ; Cincinnati, Ohio: Distributed in the U.S. by North Light Books. About The Cultivated Wild. A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by the Wall Street Journal for “dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences.” Color and texture burst forth at every turn in gardens by landscape architect Raymond Jungles.

A long-awaited second book from the Miami-based landscape architect lauded by the Wall Street Journal for “dreaming up dense, thickly forested canopies that give way to modern high rises and million-dollar residences.” Color and texture burst forth at every turn in gardens by landscape architect Raymond : The Monacelli Press.

Raymond Jungles is the founder of the Miami-based landscape architecture firm Raymond Jungles, Inc. His work has been celebrated with numerous awards, including two national awards from the American Society of Landscape Architects and thirty-eight awards from its Florida chapter.5/5(1).

"For a bold, magical garden that turns heads, draw inspiration from a book by landscape guru Raymond Jungles." —Charlyne Varkonyi Schaub, Sun Sentinal "Raymond uses his palette of subtropical indigenous plants as an artistic tool to create his magical and natural garden spaces This book is a true inspiration and a treasure for all 2/5(2).

Jungles, Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, founded his landscape architecture firm soon after graduating with honors from the University of Florida in While attending college, he was introduced to the work of Brazilian artist and landscape architect Roberto Burle Marx, whose book Tropical Gardens of Roberto Burle.

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[Raymond Jungles] -- "In original and inviting gardens inspired by the lush native plants of his adopted home of Miami, landscape designer Raymond Jungles uses nature as a means of expression. Jungles sculpts the land. In my 6+ years at Raymond Jungles, Inc., I was able to see young designers who started out in support roles advance into management roles.

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He is known for modernist groupings of geometric shapes, which highlight the natural aspects of plantings, water features, and native stone. Raymond Jungles is the founder and principal of Jungles Landscape Architect in Miami, Florida.

Terence Riley is the director of the Miami Art Museum. He was formerly a chief curator at the Museum of Modern Art, New York. The author lives in Miami, FL. Raymond Jungles, founding principal of Raymond Jungles, Inc.

(RJI) landscape architectural firm, is one of the world’s foremost designers of international cultural and educational gardens.

Jungles, Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, founded his landscape architecture firm soon after graduating with honors from the. The Colors of Nature: Subtropical Gardens by Raymond Jungles By Raymond Jungles Monacelli Press PURCHASE From the Land8 Bookstore One might think that a person with the last name of “Jungles” would be destined either to be a wilderness explorer and nature-lover or a master landscape designer who creates lush tropical gardens.

With Raymond Jungles, we have : Andrew Spiering. Book Summary: The title of this book is The Cultivated Wild and it was written by Raymond Jungles, Charles A. Birnbaum (Foreword). This particular edition is in a Hardcover format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by The Monacelli Press and has a total of pages in the :.

The Cultivated Wild: Gardens and landscapes by Raymond Jungles. The work of Raymond Jungles, Inc spans continents and climate zones, and places of exceptional luxuriance.

From a base in Miami, Florida, founder Raymond Jungles works in the Caribbean, the West Indies, the Bahamas, Mexico, Montana and New York.See more of Raymond Jungles, Inc. on Facebook.

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In the Style section, Raymond Jungles, FASLA, focuses on advice for the Subtropical Garden noting “let nature guide your plant selection.”/5(12).