Monday, 27 October 2014

Secret sixties garden revealed

Stonehill Quarry House Garden

Some fascinating places are opened up to the public for the National Open Garden Days.  One of the last of the events for the NGS in Staffordshire for this year took place on Sunday when Stonehill Quarry House Garden welcomed visitors.

The house and surrounding wood are set in the hollow of an old rocky quarry, which has now been encouraged to return to Nature - shrubs, ferns, flowering trees have been planted in profusion.

The house, a nice example of modernistic late-60s architecture, echoes the wide and jagged angles of the old quarry.

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  1. Brutilist comes to mind but the greenery makes it look better

  2. I don't usually go for that era architecture, but this works.