Japanese Gardens: Corners of Great Suggestion
|Perspective effects and visual tricks can create an illusion of width also in small spaces and are the peculiar characteristics of the Japanese garden.|
The combination of the elements is carefully studied and nothing is let to the chance; nevertheless, the impression is of absolute naturalness.
This is because the garden is considered as a part of the natural landscape; it is not an expression of the man's domination on the nature, but of a deep harmony with it.
Japanese gardens are characterized by few natural elements, as stones, water and sand, combined with shaped trees and shrubs.
Crespi Bonsai offers its great experience for the realization of refined and original landscaping projects.