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High Grade/Class-A And Just Exceedingly-well Specifications

High Grade/Class-A And Just Exceedingly-well Specifications

Submitted by • November 16, 2015

Since their creation in the 18th century Kew Gardens have remained faithful to their initial purpose with botanists continuing to collect specimens and exchange expertise internationally. The collections of living and stored material are used by scholars all over the world the 44 listed buildings are monuments of the past, and reflect the stylistic of various periods. They retain their authenticity in terms of design, materials and functions. Only a few buildings are being used for a purpose different from that originally intended the Orangery now houses a restaurant. Un such as the works of architecture, in each of the landscaped garden areas, the past, present and future are so closely interwoven except in the case of vestigial gardens created by significant artists, such as the vistas, that it is sometimes difficult to separate the artistic achievements of the past in terms of the landscape design of the different periods.

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