Sitting in the Bridge Gardens by Turenscape, a Chinese landscape architecture firm, offers a calm escape from the hectic existence of urban living. Unlike other similar oases of green in a land of concrete, it looks as though it were sunken in so as to better surround people with refreshing foliage.
Similar to the studio's Red Ribbon Park, the Bridge Gardens by Turenscape also boasts a long scarlet detail that could be mistaken for some kind of ribbon. Yet the space is much more contained than its predecessor, so the breadcrumbs like feel is lost on it. That does not diminish its beauty though.
Instead, the Bridge Gardens by Turenscape is made more vibrant because of it, especially when in contrast to the greenery. It is located in Tianjin, China.
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