Linden Tree presentation: March 11th (at) 7pm
Bernard Trainor is passionate about designing landscapes that utilize materials and elements that are 'comfortable' within the context of a given site. “I find that this approach translates into a true sense of atmosphere". Bernard will be sharing examples of his process, landscape elements + finished projects at Linden Tree this month.
"Ultimately my aim is to design spaces that inspire people. I have practiced and studied in three countries and this has in turn allowed me to appreciate the regional qualities and cultures of a place. My favorite art, architecture, and gardens are at one with the place from which it has grown. For this reason I aim to be versatile, adaptive, and responsive to a each site's given circumstance".
Looking at the connection between the macro and micro is critical in landscape design – Essentially our first move is to look in an attempt to unearth clues that will inform the design. By understanding the landscape patterns (clues) that surround us we are able to create more integrated and appropriate solutions.
This thorough investigation and analysis of the existing patterns allows us to create landscapes where people have a 'real' connection with a place...
Bernard Trainor + Associates
171 Central Avenue, Pacific Grove
Phone +1 831 655 1414