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Brigitte Dematteis – Landscape Architect

Thinking about the garden is a job that no one should try to avoid to carry out his EDEN.

From Art to Garden Architecture

Alain Baraton’s foreword : Brigitte Dematteis she is actually much more than that, she is an artist. The first time I had the pleasure of talking to her, I immediately remembered my horticulture teacher who kept telling the class that a good gardener had to have the eye of a painter and a poet’s soul. In listening to Brigitte tell me about her job and her plans, there is no doubt that the woman who spoke in this way possessed these two qualities. (…) it is not always easy to explain to the owner of the premises what his domain will look like after the work has been carried out. She therefore has the bright idea of using computer technology to project images of a successful project. (…) From art to garden architecture perfectly sums up the author’s philosophy that “creating a garden is an art, and it iseven a living art”. I am convinced that the reader who has known the joy of meeting her will be tempted, as for the Little Prince, to ask her to draw, not a sheep

Dialogue with Mediterranean Gardens

It is a book about Mediterranean gardens made by the landscape architect Brigitte Dematteis who works in the south of France. A painter in her own time, she invites us to walk through this book and illustrates the philosophy of her work through very different achievements. You have to learn to watch.

Make no mistake, creativity has its rules too! It is above all not disorder and chaos under the pretext that the measures are less defined than with a compass. The structure is still present but treated in another way: harmony in simplicity. I will try to reveal my thoughts on Mediterranean gardens

Brigitte Dematteis talks about small garden

These few pages that reveal more modest gardens show that in order to achieve the «simple», one must have been confronted with the «very complicated», because when the wide open spaces systematically lead us to the dreaming, The little garden, on the other hand, is more discreet to us. But the approach remains the same and is no less complicated.

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