This landscape design was implemented in a former coal mine. Located in Scotland, it is now an ornate landscape that attracts many visitors. The project that this Landscape images of Scotland show by designer Charles Jencks. With this project an economic increase for the area as well as an international interest in the field of tourism is expected.
Landscape images of Scotland from several hills
The so-called Crawick Multiverse, which is shown on our landscapes of Scotland, represents a park made up of several hills, which was decorated with green lawns and stone formations in various shapes. Materials from the surrounding area were used for the implementation. This includes several tons of earth and around 2000 boulders. The attractive project was financed by the Duke of Buccleuch. The themes for the redesign of the coal mine in the landscapes of Scotland are space, astrology and cosmology, as can be seen from the spiral arrangement of the stones. In this way, the design is attractive not only to art lovers, but also to scientists.
Landscapes of Scotland – hills in a spiral design
About 2000 rocks for landscaping
The theme of Scottish landscape design is outer space
Landscapes of Scotland – Attractive rock formations in the mine
There is a small lake in the former mine
Landscaping with a kind of amphitheater
Large slabs of rock for the design of the Scottish coal mine
Some arrangements in the mine are reminiscent of Stonehenge
Landscape design by Charles Jencks