For the Pure Land Foundation, Fernando created a garden space, framed by curvilinear, irregular boundaries, which integrate seating, planting containers and a small pool. A sense of wellbeing and positive energy within the garden is created through the use of these naturalistic forms.
Three unusual multi-stemmed 'Golden Rain' trees define the planting spaces through the garden and leave lovely silhouettes upon the shimmering white backdrop as does the naturalistic planting scheme using the primary colours in Buddhist art & ritual.
Fernando’s curvaceous designs were fabricated and clad with a white shimmering, lightweight marble-like finish, called Jesmonite® and manufactured using state of the art robotic CNC systems (see fabrication video above).
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