Gardens & Landscapes

Glasshouse Greenhouse

In their debut book, photographers India Hobson and Magnus Edmondson take you on a worldwide journey through their favourite botanical spaces. Perfect for garden and design lovers, and armchair travellers of all ages.

The Haarkon Greenhouse Tour, a conceptual photoseries project by India and Magnus--the creators of Haarkon, began as a self-initiated adventure in Oxford's botanic garden four years ago. Since then, Magnus and India have visited countless locations in the UK, Europe, America, Asia, and beyond in search of dream glasshouses and greenhouses, capturing dramatic palm houses, tropical hothouses, and private potting sheds along the way.

Divided into seven thematic chapters--History, Specimen, Community, Research, Pleasure, Hobbyist and Architecture--the featured spaces in Glasshouse Greenhouse are depicted via a series of evocative photographs that draw out the style, plant collections, and character of each space. Glasshouse Greenhouse fuses together a myriad of cultures and countries under one glass roof.

About The Author

Magnus Edmondson and India Hobson are photographers based in Sheffield and together form Haarkon. Alongside photographic commissions Haarkon produce bespoke photography for a variety of uses, with particular focus on natural spaces.

The pair have a talent for story-telling and have built up a healthy client list including Ikea, Sonos, JJJJound, Food 52, the Telegraph, Observer Magazine, made.com, and Ally Capellino.

Haarkon have also worked with Apple, Bang & Olufsen, IKEA, and Urban Outfitters. ELLE Decoration UK featured the Haarkon Greenhouse Tour in their 'Power of Plants' issue and they also sat on the judging panel for the 2018 RHS Photographic Competition.

  • Publish Date: July 02, 2019
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Category: Gardening - Greenhouses
  • Publisher: Pavilion
  • Trim Size: 7-5/8 x 9-1/4
  • Pages: 224
  • US Price: $35.00
  • CDN Price: $47.00
  • ISBN: 978-1-911595-69-4

Reviews

"Glasshouse Greenhouse is a book for dreamers. The striking photographs of every imaginable plant--from jungle-like vines intertwined and impenetrable, to rowboat-sized lily pads, to towering cacti--offer readers multiple journeys to destinations many of us will never reach on our own." —KEEP IT CHIC