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Explore the Eastern philosophy-inspired garden design principles that inform the work of landscape architect Martin Mosko.
MARTIN HAKUBAI MOSKO, ASLA (American Society of Landscape Architecture), founded the landscape design and construction firm Marpa & Associates in 1974. He studied painting and Sanskrit at Yale and has apprenticed with Japanese master gardeners. Mosko is a Zen monk and heir to the lineage of Tenzan Keibun Otokawa Roshi. In addition to his responsibilities at Marpa, he is abbot of Hakubai Temple and travels the country, lecturing on garden design and meditation. ALXE NODEN was educated at Cornell and Boston University School of Law and studied Tibetan Buddhism with Tara Tulku Rinpoche. An accomplished writer and photographer, she has been with Marpa since 1993.
"This is the only garden book that I have read from cover to cover. Alxe's and Martin's fine writing and stunning photographs teach us that the beautifully designed garden has a magical intangible quality that helps us transcend our busy modern lives and connects us to the universe."--Herb Schaal, Principal Landscape Architect, AECOM "Drawing on a combination of Occidental and Oriental garden wisdom, Martin perceives the garden as a mandala and creates meditative spaces where the spirit can play."--Gert Groening, Professor of Urban Horticulture and Landscape Architecture, Berlin University of the Arts "Anyone lucky enough to have visited one of Martin Mosko's landscapes is almost overwhelmed with the boldness and beauty there. And yet, there is something more: Mosko is a magician whose creations are spaces of great meditative power and innocence. His gardens reassure us that nature and mankind are, perhaps, really one after all."--Panayoti Keliadis, Senior Curator, Denver Botanic Gardens