A building a garden folly, with little usage is intended as an hoax. This architectural component is usually in the kind of a tower, castle, bridge, pagoda or temple, occasionally in ruins and always purely as decoration.
Point One Architects
A winding path leads to the stacked-stone garden folly using a copper dome roof and arched openings.
Sometimes garden follies are ornamental”ruins,” like this dilapidated church.
A Roman temple is rather an elaborate garden folly.
Slater Associates Landscape Architects
This rock facade also includes landscaping and dividers, making a fantastic garden folly.
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