Dan Pearson asks 'Why are gardens good for you?'
16 August 2013
In Burlington Gardens
Dan Pearson. Photography by Sir Paul Smith. Art direction by Aboud Creative. Location Chelsea Physic Garden. Dan Pearson is a leading landscape designer. His work ranges from small private gardens to large-scale, multifaceted public spaces and parks.
He has worked with a number of architectural practices as wide ranging as 6a Architects, Zaha Hadid, David Chipperfield and Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios. He is author of several books and writes a weekly gardening column for The Observer.
His exhibition Green Fuse: The Work of Dan Pearson is on show at the Garden Museum until 20 October 2013.
Gallery 10, Burlington Gardens
Free with an exhibition ticket (no booking required)
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