Landscape architect Bas Smets and his agency developed a method that meticulously dissects landscapes. By applying this method to the most iconic landscape paintings by Bruegel, they highlight the importance of trees and other vertical elements in Breugel’s compositions.
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Baron Hortastraat has become unrecognisable. The landscape architect Bas Smets has transformed the small, dead-end street between the upper and lower city, between the violins of the Centre for Fine Arts and the drills of the BNP-Paribas building site, into a rolling landscape with trees.— published on
For the Landscape Paintings by Bruegel research project, landscape architect Bas Smets has taken a closer look at some paintings by Pieter Bruegel. Bruegel composed his ‘landscapes’ as a collage of fr...