Cells of Life is an on-site land installation by American architect Charles Jencks for Jupiter Artland. This massive horticultural installation of layered green and fluid geometric shapes that swirl in neat and trimmed hills is Jencks landscape interpretation of the process of mitosis, when one cell divides into two in stages.

Arch2o-Cell of Life-Charles Jencks (1)

Courtesy of Charles Jencks

The landscape installation is comprised of eight land formations hugged by four lakes. Though very precise and trimmed the design maintains a softness and industrialized naturalness.

Arch2o-Cell of Life-Charles Jencks (1)

Courtesy of Charles Jencks

Where, you might ask can you experience these stepped hills and neat passageways? In no other than the Jupiter Artland venue in Edinburg UK, on the 100 acre estate of the historic Jacobean manor house, that

Courtesy of Charles Jencks

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