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Recovering Landscape

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Author: James Corner
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Release Date: 1999-08
Book Size: 39.78 MB
Book Format: PDF, Docs
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 287
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Recovering Landscape

by James Corner, Recovering Landscape Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Recovering Landscape book, The past decade has been witness to a remarkable resurgence of interest in landscape. While this recovery invokes a return of past traditions and ideas, it also implies renewal, invention, and transformation. Recovering Landscape collects a number of essays that discuss why landscape is gaining increased attention today, and what new possibilities might emerge from this situation. Themes such as reclamation, urbanism, infrastructure, geometry, representation, and temporality are explored in discussions drawn from recent developments not only in the United States but also in the Netherlands, France, India, and Southeast Asia. The contributors to this collection, all leading figures in the field of landscape architecture, include Alan Balfour, Denis Cosgrove, Georges Descombes, Christophe Girot, Steen Hoyer, David Leatherbarrow, Bart Lootsma, Sebastien Marot, Anuradha Mathur, Marc Treib, and Alex Wall.



Baltimore Rowhouse

Baltimore Rowhouse PDF
Author: Charles Belfoure
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Release Date: 1999-06-01
Book Size: 56.50 MB
Book Format: PDF, ePub, Docs
Category : Landscape architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 287
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Baltimore Rowhouse

by Charles Belfoure, Baltimore Rowhouse Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Baltimore Rowhouse book,



Landscape Urbanism And Its Discontents

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Author: AndrŽs Duany
Publisher: New Society Publishers
Release Date: 2013-06-11
Book Size: 14.58 MB
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Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 336
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Landscape Urbanism And Its Discontents

by AndrŽs Duany, Landscape Urbanism And Its Discontents Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Landscape Urbanism And Its Discontents book, Landscape Urbanism vs. the New Urbanism—negotiating the relationship between cities and the natural world.



306090 07 Landscape Within Architecture

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Author: Emily Abruzzo
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press
Release Date: 2004-09-30
Book Size: 60.94 MB
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Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 207
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306090 07 Landscape Within Architecture

by Emily Abruzzo, 306090 07 Landscape Within Architecture Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download 306090 07 Landscape Within Architecture book, This new journal, fast becoming a staple in the architectural community, aims to revitalize, reform, and rebuild the profession by showcasing the work of promising students, young designers, and innovative educational institutions. Each volume addresses a pressing architectural issue and offers diverse, cross-disciplinary solutions in the form of projects, ideas, buildings, and other media. 306090 07: Landscape within Architecture, edited by David L. Hays, is intended as a foray into landscape architecture and a catalyst for exchange between students, faculty, and administrators interested in understanding and expanding the presence of landscape within the pedagogy and practice of architecture. This volume includes essays by Frederick Steiner, Alessandra Ponte, James Wines, Kimberly Hill, and others, as well as student projects by Kristin Akkerman Schuster, Elena Wiersma, and Hillary Sample.



Landschaftstheorie Und Landschaftspraxis

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Author: Olaf Kühne
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Release Date: 2017-09-12
Book Size: 17.21 MB
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Category : Social Science
Languages : de
Pages : 409
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Landschaftstheorie Und Landschaftspraxis

by Olaf Kühne, Landschaftstheorie Und Landschaftspraxis Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Landschaftstheorie Und Landschaftspraxis book, Das Buch befasst sich mit der Frage, aufgrund welcher gesellschaftlicher Konventionen wir Landschaft sehen, deuten und bewerten. Dabei wird ein besonderer Blick auf die Entwicklung von Landschaftsverständnissen im deutschen Sprachraum, im Vergleich zu anderen Sprachräumen, gerichtet. Behandelt werden in dem Buch sowohl unterschiedliche Theorien zum Thema Landschaft aus den Sozial- und Kulturwissenschaften wie auch praktische Fragen zum Umgang mit Landschaft von der Deutung der Suburbanisierung bis hin zu der Energiewende. In den vergangenen Jahren hat sich die Forschung um das Themenfeld „Landschaft“ erheblich intensiviert. In der 2. Auflage wird dieser Umstand berücksichtigt, so hat sich etwa eine diskurstheoretische Befassung mit dem Thema Landschaft etabliert, neue Hybridisierungen zwischen Städtischem und Ländlichem werden diskutiert, Landschaft wird als Element von Ökosystemdienstleistungen beschrieben, die Diskussion um den Zusammenhang um Macht und Landschaft, wie auch die landschaftlichen Folgen der Energiewende haben sich verstärkt.



Landscape And Branding

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Author: Nicole Porter
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2015-10-05
Book Size: 18.96 MB
Book Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 240
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Landscape And Branding

by Nicole Porter, Landscape And Branding Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Landscape And Branding book, Landscape and branding explores the way landscape is conceptualised, conceived, represented and designed by professionals in a brand-driven age. Landscape - incorporating tangible physical space as well as intangible concepts, narratives, images, and experiences of place - is constructed by a number of creative industries. This book tests the hypothesis that place branding, a powerful marketing and management practice, increasingly blurs the distinction between the promotion of landscape and its production in design terms. Place branding involves the strategic and systematic composition of single-minded, experiential and market-friendly place identities which are consistently communicated across various media, including physical space. How does this implicate or transform notions of place, nature, landscape experience, and the qualitative value of landscape itself? How does this affect the role of landscape architecture? To answer these questions, place branding theory and practice is critically examined alongside an in depth case study of one specific landscape - the Blue Mountains (Australia). Projects undertaken between 1995 and 2015, including a branding strategy for the region, media campaigns, television, cinema, and several landscape architectural works in the public and private domain are comparatively analysed, focusing on the discourse, conventions and values informing their production, and the landscape narratives they convey.



Where Land Meets Sea

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Author: Anna Ryan
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2016-02-11
Book Size: 80.49 MB
Book Format: PDF, Mobi
Category : Social Science
Languages : en
Pages : 300
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Where Land Meets Sea

by Anna Ryan, Where Land Meets Sea Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Where Land Meets Sea book, Drawing together philosophical, empirical and academic thinking, this book focuses on generating awareness of the relationship forged between self and surroundings. It details research undertaken at two coastal sites, the South Wall in Dublin city and the Maharees peninsula in Co. Kerry, Ireland. Sixty-two participants were engaged in photography and drawing to enable this exploration of spatial experience. The participants' photographs and drawings present how spatial sensibilities can be revealed by becoming more attentive to the immediacy of bodily knowledge: our more-than-cognitive experience. Their communications resonate with the philosophers and theorists considered, including Merleau-Ponty, Edward Casey, Gilles Deleuze, Dalibor Vesely, and contemporary cultural geographers. From exploring the experienced spatiality of the meeting of land and sea, this book begins to suggest an alternative politics of the coast.



Landscape As Urbanism

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Author: Charles Waldheim
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Release Date: 2016-02-16
Book Size: 46.98 MB
Book Format: PDF, Mobi
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 216
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Landscape As Urbanism

by Charles Waldheim, Landscape As Urbanism Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Landscape As Urbanism book, A definitive intellectual history of landscape urbanism It has become conventional to think of urbanism and landscape as opposing one another—or to think of landscape as merely providing temporary relief from urban life as shaped by buildings and infrastructure. But, driven in part by environmental concerns, landscape has recently emerged as a model and medium for the city, with some theorists arguing that landscape architects are the urbanists of our age. In Landscape as Urbanism, one of the field's pioneers presents a powerful case for rethinking the city through landscape. Charles Waldheim traces the roots of landscape as a form of urbanism from its origins in the Renaissance through the twentieth century. Growing out of progressive architectural culture and populist environmentalism, the concept was further informed by the nineteenth-century invention of landscape architecture as a "new art" charged with reconciling the design of the industrial city with its ecological and social conditions. In the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries, as urban planning shifted from design to social science, and as urban design committed to neotraditional models of town planning, landscape urbanism emerged to fill a void at the heart of the contemporary urban project. Generously illustrated, Landscape as Urbanism examines works from around the world by designers ranging from Ludwig Hilberseimer, Andrea Branzi, and Frank Lloyd Wright to James Corner, Adriaan Geuze, and Michael Van Valkenburgh. The result is the definitive account of an emerging field that is likely to influence the design of cities for decades to come.



A Landscape Of Architecture History And Fiction

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Author: Jonathan Hill
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2015-12-22
Book Size: 14.89 MB
Book Format: PDF, Mobi
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 230
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A Landscape Of Architecture History And Fiction

by Jonathan Hill, A Landscape Of Architecture History And Fiction Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download A Landscape Of Architecture History And Fiction book, Architecture can be analogous to a history, a fiction, and a landscape. We expect a history or a novel to be written in words, but they can also be cast in concrete or seeded in soil. The catalyst to this tradition was the simultaneous and interdependent emergence in the eighteenth century of new art forms: the picturesque landscape, the analytical history, and the English novel. Each of them instigated a creative and questioning response to empiricism’s detailed investigation of subjective experience and the natural world, and together they stimulated a design practice and lyrical environmentalism that profoundly influenced subsequent centuries. Associating the changing natural world with journeys in self-understanding, and the design process with a visual and spatial autobiography, this book describes journeys between London and the North Sea in successive centuries, analysing an enduring and evolving tradition from the picturesque and romanticism to modernism. Creative architects have often looked to the past to understand the present and imagine the future. Twenty-first-century architects need to appreciate the shock of the old as well as the shock of the new.



Landschaftsgovernance

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Author: Karsten Berr
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
Release Date: 2019-11-26
Book Size: 40.82 MB
Book Format: PDF, Kindle
Category : Social Science
Languages : de
Pages : 77
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Landschaftsgovernance

by Karsten Berr, Landschaftsgovernance Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Landschaftsgovernance book, ‚Landschaft‘ spielt in alltagsweltlichen, häufig konfliktbehafteten Kontexten sowie in unterschiedlichen Expert~innenkreisen und wissenschaftlichen Disziplinen eine zunehmend bedeutsame Rolle – nicht zuletzt auch in Praxisformen räumlicher Planung, die sich in der jüngeren Vergangenheit neuen Steuerungsformen geöffnet haben. In Theorie und Praxis wurde eine Entwicklung von hierarchischen (‚Government‘) hin zu kooperativen Steuerungsmodellen (‚Governance‘) zwischen staatlichen und nicht-staatlichen Akteur~innen eingeleitet – auch in der raumbezogenen (Landschafts)Planung. Die Vorteile des Governance-Ansatzes werden angesichts verschiedener Schwierigkeiten in Theorie wie Praxis relativiert und legen eine ergänzende Perspektive nahe, die konflikttheoretisch diese Schwierigkeiten analytisch präzise erfassen und Wege angemessener Umgangsweisen mit ihnen aufzeigen kann. In diesem Buch werden die Vor- und Nachteile von ‚Landschaftsgovernance‘ herausgestellt, in konflikttheoretischer Perspektive vermittelt und der theoretische wie praktische ‚Mehrwert‘ dieser Perspektive für kooperative, kollaborative und partizipative Landschaftsgovernance, auch in grenzüberschreitender Annäherung, skizziert. Die Autoren Dr. Karsten Berr, Forschungsbereich Geographie (Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung), Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. Dr. Corinna Jenal, Forschungsbereich Geographie (Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung), Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. Prof. Dr. Dr. Olaf Kühne, Forschungsbereich Geographie (Stadt- und Regionalentwicklung), Fachbereich Geowissenschaften, Eberhard Karls Universität Tübingen. Jun.-Prof. Dr. habil. Florian Weber, Fachrichtung Geographie, Europastudien | Schwerpunkte Westeuropa und Grenzräume, Universität des Saarlandes.



Emerging Landscapes

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Author: Davide Deriu
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2016-05-06
Book Size: 26.18 MB
Book Format: PDF, ePub
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 248
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Emerging Landscapes

by Davide Deriu, Emerging Landscapes Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Emerging Landscapes book, Emerging Landscapes brings together scholars and practitioners working in a wide range of disciplines within the fields of the built environment and visual arts to explore landscape as an idea, an image, and a material practice in an increasingly globalized world. Drawing on the synergies between the fields of architecture and photography, this collection takes a multidisciplinary approach, combining practice-based research with scholarly essays. It explores and critically reassesses the interface between representation - the imaginary and symbolic shaping of the human environment - and production - the physical and material changes wrought on the land. At a time of environmental crisis and the ’end of nature, ’shifting geopolitical boundaries and economic downturn, Emerging Landscapes reflects on the state of landscape and its future, mapping those practices that creatively address the boundaries between possibility, opportunity and action in imagining and shaping landscape.



Teaching Landscape

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Author: Karsten Jørgensen
Publisher: Routledge
Release Date: 2019-08-30
Book Size: 75.72 MB
Book Format: PDF, Docs
Category : Architecture
Languages : en
Pages : 260
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Teaching Landscape

by Karsten Jørgensen, Teaching Landscape Books available in Docs, PDF, EPUB, Mobi, Textbook, Kindle Format. Download Teaching Landscape book, Teaching Landscape: The Studio Experience gathers a range of expert contributions from across the world to collect best-practice examples of teaching landscape architecture studios. This is the companion volume to The Routledge Handbook of Teaching Landscape in the two-part set initiated by the European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools (ECLAS). Design and planning studio as a form of teaching lies at the core of landscape architecture education. They can simulate a professional situation and promote the development of creative solutions based on gaining an understanding of a specific project site or planning area; address existing challenges in urban and rural landscapes; and often involve interaction with real stakeholders, such as municipality representatives, residents or activist groups. In this way, studio-based planning and design teaching brings students closer to everyday practice, helping to prepare them to create real-world, problem-solving designs. This book provides fully illustrated examples of studios from over twenty different schools of landscape architecture worldwide. With over 250 full colour images, it is an essential resource for instructors and academics across the landscape discipline, for the continuously evolving process of discussing and generating improved teaching modes in landscape architecture.