Min første artikel om naturens evne til at stimulere vores kreativitet er netop udkommet i Videntjenesten fra Københavns Universitet.
If you have been living a long life close to nature and with you own garden it might feel like something important is missing if you move to an apartment. It was what happened for an older Swedish man when he moved into an apartment after many years in a house with a garden. Fortunately… Read more »
Something very interesting is happening in the Southern part of UK – here you find The Eden Project as well as Minack an outdoor theatre and magnificent garden. The Eden Project (photo by schrodingersduck) The largest conservatories in the world, cutting edge iconic architecture, awe inspiring gardens, a rainforest and much more – take a… Read more »
(Image by Trine [art arbre], Children bathing in the North Sea, July 2010.) Children only spend half as much time outside in the nature as their grandparents were when they were children and lot less than their parents. When grandfather was a boy 59% of his friends were outside in the nature every day. 42%… Read more »
New York has got a new park (opened 2009), the High Line, built on the top of an abandoned elevated train line. The line runs from the Meatpacking District through Chelsea up to Hell’s Kitchen. Internationally known Landscape Architect James Corner from JCFO has used design, imagination, and horticultural skill to create a park of… Read more »
As I have talked about in a previous blog I am very inspired by the movement Urban Gardening and the related Urban Farming. How can we increase natural environments in our urban landscape? In the municipality (Frederiksberg close to the municipality of Copenhagen) where I live they hold the Danish Record of “Number of trees… Read more »
There is a garden in the Northern part of Denmark – The Garden in Hune – that I very much would like to visit. The garden has been created by the artist Anne Just (ceramic artist and painter) and is a very personal and absolutely fascinating place. Take a look at the images and imagine… Read more »
You don’t have to live near by a forest or have your own garden to get access to the positive benefits of nature. If you like me live in an urban environment with more buildings than trees and more cars than gardens you might still want to invite nature into your daily life. Take a… Read more »