Photographers capture aesthetically pleasing glass greenhouses from all around the world

Going completely anthropogenic surely results in catastrophic effects but a balanced combination of nature’s beauty and humans’ craft and intelligence can culminate into something extremely stunning. UK based photographer duo, India Hobson and Magnus Edmondson experienced this amazing blend while photographing glass greenhouses all around the globe.

While on an interview, Hobson stated, “It’s a fusion of both botanicals and architecture, an odd but extremely satisfying mix of the organic and engineered which I think appeals to a broad range of [people]. To me, they are a universal language in some ways: the fusion of many cultures and countries all under one beautiful glass roof.”

The photographers researched extensively and then hopped on to the road to capture some of the most aesthetically pleasing greenhouses in the world. Pavilion Books complied these extraordinary shots and gave it the shape of a book named, Glasshouse Greenhouse. You can get your own copy through Amazon or if a description-free insight of the book sounds appealing to you then just scroll below to see the images!

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Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses – London

Woodthorpe Grange Tropical House, near Nottingham

The Huntington Garden Conservatory – Los Angeles

The Greenhouses of Forde Abbey — Somerset, UK

Wythenshawe Park Greenhouses — near Manchester

University of Leicester Botanic Garden

Cambridge University Botanic Garden — UK

Castle Ashby Orangery — Near Northampton, UK

The Kibble Palace at Glasgow Botanic Gardens — Scotland

Jardin des Serres d’Auteuil — Paris

Tropical Display Dome, Brisbane Botanic Garden — Australia

Adelaide Bicentennial Conservatory — Australia

Shinjuku-Gyoen National Garden in Tokyo — Japan

Yumenoshima Tropical Greenhouse — Tokyo

The Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay — Singapore

All Images and Image Captions: © Haarkon

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