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Modernist Garden Series
Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and  Chistopher Tunard (1937)
Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family.
Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'.
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In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939).
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Modernist Garden Series Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and Chistopher Tunard (1937) Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family. Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'. . In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939). . . .

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Modernist Garden Series
Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and  Chistopher Tunard (1937)
Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family.
Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'.
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In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939).
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Modernist Garden Series Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and Chistopher Tunard (1937) Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family. Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'. . In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939). . . .

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"Vegan Pulled Pork Sandwiches 🍃 _ INGREDIENTS _ 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, sliced 3 cloves garlic, minced 3 cups jackfruit, either fresh or canned 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon paprika ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon vegan Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon liquid smoke 2 cups vegetable stock ½ cup vegan barbecue sauce FOR SERVING 6 vegan buns Vegan coleslaw _ PREPARATION _ 1. Preheat your oven to 350ºF/180ºC. _ 2. If using fresh jackfruit, line your work surface with plastic wrap. _ 3. Oil a large knife and cut the jackfruit in half, then into quarters. _ 4. Carefully remove the core of the jackfruit by cutting into it at an angle. _ 5. Pull each fruit out and remove its seeds and outer coating. _ 6. Rinse the fruit thoroughly. _ 7. Heat the oil over medium heat in a large pan or Dutch oven. _ 8. Add the onions and garlic, and cook until translucent. _ 9. Add the jackfruit, spices, Worcestershire, and liquid smoke. Stir to coat evenly. _ 10. Add the vegetable stock and bring to a simmer. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer for 45 minutes, until the liquid is mostly absorbed and the fruit has broken down. _ 11. Spread the jackfruit on a prepared baking sheet and bake at 350ºF/180ºC for 45 minutes, until the liquid has baked out and the jackfruit has a deeper brown color. _ 12. Pour the barbecue sauce over the jackfruit, mix, and return to the oven for 15 minutes. _ 13. Serve warm on vegan buns with vegan coleslaw." Via 🔥 ➡ 🔥 ➡ 🔥 ➡ 🔥 ➡ 🔥 Follow on Facebook! ➡Future World Healing✌

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Modernist Garden Series
Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and  Chistopher Tunard (1937)
Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family.
Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'.
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In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939).
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#bentleywood #sergechermayff #chermayeff #christophertunnard #tunnard #southdowns #sussex #henrymoore #modernistsculpture #gardendesign #modernistgarden #modernistgardendesign #modernism #landscape #landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture #architecture #architecturelover #landscapelovers Instagram Photos | videos | post

Modernist Garden Series Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and Chistopher Tunard (1937) Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family. Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'. . In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939). . . .

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Modernist Garden Series
Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and  Chistopher Tunard (1937)
Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family.
Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'.
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In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939).
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#bentleywood #sergechermayff #chermayeff #christophertunnard #tunnard #southdowns #sussex #henrymoore #modernistsculpture #gardendesign #modernistgarden #modernistgardendesign #modernism #landscape #landscapedesign #landscapearchitecture #architecture #architecturelover #landscapelovers Instagram Photos | videos | post

Modernist Garden Series Bentley Wood, Serge Chermayef and Chistopher Tunard (1937) Serge Chermayeff, a Russian emigre architect, purchased 52 hectares of land from the Bentley Farm Estate to build a timber modernist country house for his young family. Working with the Canadian-born landscape architect Christopher Tunnard, the design is comprised of a low brick platform for the house and immediate surrounding minimalist gardens and a long blade wall acting as an armature for the house as well as an extending gesture into wider landscape with a mullioned frame and a Henry Moore sculpture, Recumbent Figure (1938) acting as ‘a mediator between modern house and ageless land'. . In the broader landscape (originally part of an 19th Century grounds of Viscount Gage's estate, Horsfield) careful thinning of Beech trees, planting bulbs (mainly daffodils) and adding new native trees and shrubs, bringing the countryside right up to the house. Tunnard proposed a decluttered ‘atmospheric' setting drawing on the pasture, wood and shaw of the surrounding Low Weald landscape. He drew plans for ‘a lawn with irregular but carefully planned boundaries’, with paving stones leading from the house to a ‘planted dell kept damp by the overflow of the house water supply from a windmill' with ‘primulas, water grasses, astilbes and iris... along its course', and ‘natural drifts of bluebells, primroses and foxgloves in the wood below' (Tunnard, 1939). . . .

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"Vegan Pulled Pork Sandwiches 🍃 _ INGREDIENTS _ 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 medium onion, sliced 3 cloves garlic, minced 3 cups jackfruit, either fresh or canned 2 teaspoons salt 1 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon cumin 1 teaspoon chili powder 1 teaspoon paprika ½ teaspoon cayenne pepper 1 teaspoon vegan Worcestershire sauce 1 teaspoon liquid smoke 2 cups vegetable stock ½ cup vegan barbecue sauce FOR SERVING 6 vegan buns Vegan coleslaw _ PREPARATION _ 1. Preheat your oven to 350ºF/180ºC. _ 2. If using fresh jackfruit, line your work surface with plastic wrap. _ 3. Oil a large knife and cut the jackfruit in half, then into quarters. _ 4. Carefully remove the core of the jackfruit by cutting into it at an angle. _ 5. Pull each fruit out and remove its seeds and outer coating. _ 6. Rinse the fruit thoroughly. _ 7. Heat the oil over medium heat in a large pan or Dutch oven. _ 8. Add the onions and garlic, and cook until translucent. _ 9. Add the jackfruit, spices, Worcestershire, and liquid smoke. Stir to coat evenly. _ 10. Add the vegetable stock and bring to a simmer. Reduce heat, cover, and simmer for 45 minutes, until the liquid is mostly absorbed and the fruit has broken down. _ 11. Spread the jackfruit on a prepared baking sheet and bake at 350ºF/180ºC for 45 minutes, until the liquid has baked out and the jackfruit has a deeper brown color. _ 12. Pour the barbecue sauce over the jackfruit, mix, and return to the oven for 15 minutes. _ 13. Serve warm on vegan buns with vegan coleslaw." Via 🔥 ➡ 🔥 ➡ 🔥 ➡ 🔥 ➡ 🔥 Follow on Facebook! ➡Future World Healing✌

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