Daily Garden: Pepsi Co’s Company Garden

Kendall Sculpture garden pepsi headquarters

At Pepsi HQ in NY, the employees have been given an area the size of 2 tennis courts to cultivate as they want in their breaks and time away from their desks.   While searching for pictures of the patch (which I couldn’t find) I discovered something else.  Seems Pepsi has long been a supporter of green endeavors at their corporate facility.  The Donald M Kendall Sculpture Garden that surrounds the Head Quarters looks to be well worth a visit.   It is 168 acres that are home to 45 major artworks by illustrious artists.

Kendall Sculpture garden pepsi headquarters

Kendall Sculpture garden pepsi headquarters

Kendall Sculpture garden pepsi headquarters

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Images from Sir pepsi, New York Times, Garden Visit and Terry Ballard

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  1. Michelle D. on July 7, 2010 at 12:35 pm

    If you have the book Modern Landscape Architecture by Frankel and Johnson , you’ll find a substantial amount of info on this landscape.
    The book is definitely worth having, a text book for grad students of landscape architecture.
    Don’t know if it is still in print, but it is one of the text books that you are actually glad to have spent the money on.

  2. Laurie Brown on July 8, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    I love that swoopy looking thing in the pond! And I’m not normally a fan of abstract art.

  3. Louise on July 11, 2010 at 6:26 am

    Another great outdoor exhibit space is Storm King Art Center in the Hudson Valley- Mountainville, NY
    Featuring monumental art sculptures and environmental exhibits by Andy Goldsworthy, Mark DiSuvero, Louise Nevelson, Alexander Calder, Richard Serra- all placed thoughtfully within the rolling hills of the Hudson Valley creating a dynamic artscape.
    and…While your out in the Valley, check out the amazing quarry/sculpture landscape called OPUS 40. Read the storyand see pics here…
    Keep cool!

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