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📒Landscape Architecture ✍ Amjad Almusaed
✏Landscape Architecture Book Summary : This book is intended as both an introduction to the discipline for students of landscape architecture, architecture, and planning, and a source of continuing interest for more experienced environmental designers. The book offers various materials for landscape architects and other planning professionals. The book is divided into 4 parts and 17 chapters. Part I "Introduction to the Landscape Architecture Theme" is general reading on landscape architecture. Part II "Art's Replica and Landscape Architecture Model" includes three chapters. This part represents a theoretical and sensitive visual interpretation of landscape architecture. Part III "Sustainable Prototypes of a Contemporary Landscape Architecture" includes four chapters, with sustainability as a concept and guiding thought. Part IV "Landscape Architecture Around the World (Study Cases)" includes 9 chapters with many examples from different geographical practical cases.
📒Landscape Architecture ✍ Ian Thompson
✏Landscape Architecture Book Summary : Landscape architects are involved in a variety of projects, including reclamation, restoration, and the design of crucial infrastructure.--
📒Water In Landscape Architecture ✍ Craig S. Campbell
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📒Visual Communication For Landscape Architecture ✍ Trudi Entwistle
✏Visual Communication for Landscape Architecture Book Summary : Visual Communication for Landscape Architecture demonstrates not only how and where a range of visual communication skills are needed to inform a design process, but also why they are essential in order to make presentations both informative and memorable. It illustrates how representational techniques can be sensitively applied in different contexts appropriate to a diverse range of design challenges, and encourages experimentation with contemporary techniques, both 2D and 3D. Developing a professional but creative design portfolio is explored in relation to creating e-portfolios and websites. A total of 12 contemporary case studies enable readers to contextualize the methods and techniques explored in each chapter through exploring real-life examples of winning projects by successful landscape architecture practices, making this title an inspirational resource for both budding – and practising – landscape architects.
📒Theory In Landscape Architecture ✍ Simon Swaffield
✏Theory in Landscape Architecture Book Summary : Basic theoretical texts for landscape architects.
✏Landscape Architecture Book Summary : This new reference series shows the trends of contemporary architecture and gives architects and architecture students the chance to learn more about the process of design. Each book focuses on the more technical and detailed angles of architectural works. 200 plans and 50 photos.
📒Innovations In Landscape Architecture ✍ Jonathon R. Anderson
✏Innovations in Landscape Architecture Book Summary : This inspiring and thought-provoking book explores how recent innovations in landscape architecture have uniquely positioned the practice to address complex issues and technologies that affect our built environment. The changing and expanding nature of "landscape" make it more important than ever for landscape architects to seek innovation as a critical component in the forward development of a contemporary profession that merges expansive ideas and applications. The editors bring together leading contributors who are experts in new and pioneering approaches and technologies within the fields of academic and professional landscape architecture. The chapters explore digital technology, design processes and theoretical queries that shape the contemporary practice of landscape architecture. Topics covered include: Digital design Fabrication and prototyping Emerging technology Visualization of data System theory Concluding the book are case studies looking at the work of two landscape firms (PEG and MYKD) and two academic departments (Illinois Institute of Technology and the Rhode Island School of Design), which together show the novel and exciting directions that landscape is already going in.
📒Landscape Design Methods Illustrated ✍ Tom Turner
✏Landscape Design Methods Illustrated Book Summary : CONTENTS: (1) Context-sensitive landscape architecture (2) Aims of landscape architecture (3) Theory in landscape architecture (4) Ten historic design theories (5) Modernist, Postmodern and Post-postmodern Art (6) Modern Design Theory, including Ecological Design and ESRI Geodesign (7) Postmodern Design Theory, including Deconstructionism and Landscape Urbanism (8) Post-postmodern Design Theory, including PAKILDA and Ecological Urbanism (9) On Values, including McHarg, Land Ethics and Environmental Ethics
✏Landscape architecture manifestos Constructivist Apocalyptic and Optimistic Book Summary : Landscape architects should be optimistic for the 21st century. With post-Modern and post-Postmodern design methods, we can attain a leading role in the environmental, design and planning professions. This short eBook began with an article for Landscape Architecture Magazine LAM. Bafflingly, it was rejected for being 'rather dated'. The editors obviously know more than we do about their readers' interests. So we regret the US landscape profession's lack of interest in design theory. Understood understood as 'a set of principles for undertaking a task', we believe that design theory lies, or should lie, at the heart of the landscape architecture profession. The Wikipedia article on post-Postmodernism (in 2015) notes that: In 1995, the landscape architect and urban planner Tom Turner issued a book-length call for a post-postmodern turn in urban planning. Turner criticizes the postmodern credo of “anything goes” and suggests that “the built environment professions are witnessing the gradual dawn of a post-Postmodernism that seeks to temper reason with faith.” The book was City as landscape and the design approach has developed since then and is now illustrated with examples from the authors of this eBook.
📒Contemporary Trends In Landscape Architecture ✍ Steven L. Cantor
✏Contemporary Trends in Landscape Architecture Book Summary : Contemporary Trends in Landscape Architecture Steven L. Cantor This comprehensive and beautifully illustrated sourcebook presents new trends in landscape architecture with particular focus on recent scientific research, historic preservation, and international practice. Contemporary Trends in Landscape Architecture includes more than 300 illustrations and photographs, and features world-renowned landscape architects describing in their own words dozens of plans, sites, and projects. With this volume, author Steven L. Cantor provides an excellent companion to his Innovative Design Solutions in Land-scape Architecture, a detailed reference source for landscape architecture practice. He adopts a modern and practical approach, following projects from the planning stage to built form, identifying patterns in professional practice and their design implications. Trends and selected projects include: The Impact of Scientific Research Horticultural and botanical displays, Charlotte, NC; wetlands restoration, Hambleton Island, MD; timber rattlesnake study, Woodbury, NY AIDS Memorial Gardens AIDS Memorial Grove, San Francisco, CA; Joel Schnaper Memorial Garden, New York, NY Populations with Unique Needs Mental health facilities, New York, NY; Lesbian and Gay Community Center, New York, NY; Endangered Species Garden, San Francisco, CA; Lion’s Garden for the Visually Impaired, New York, NY Historic Preservation National Park Service, historic landscape initiative, Washington, DC; Stuyvesant Square Park, New York, NY; Ellis Island National Historical Park, New York, NY International Practice Karambunai Beach Resort and Golf Residential Community, East Malaysia, Island of Borneo; National Parliament House, Canberra, Australia; urban design in Brno, Slovakia Eclecticism Japanese influenced residential pool design in Georgia; public plazas with fountains in Tennessee; sculpture based on Renaissance models, Long Island, NY; courtyards for the Katherine Delmar Burke School, San Francisco, CA Residences and Housing Gaines residence and stallion barns, Lexington, KY; tract house with gazebo, San Diego, CA; dormitory complex, University of Maine, Orono, ME; Greystone Manor, Westchester, NY Parks and Recreation Mount St. Helen’s National Monument, Toutle, WA; Steinbrueck Park, Seattle, WA; Philadelphia Zoo, Philadelphia, PA; Camden Yards, Baltimore, MD Computer Technology Access roads to the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Washington, DC; landscape planning studies, Uxbridge, MA; Seattle central waterfront, Seattle, WA; Paris Pike, KY Each firm and landscape architect contributes his or her own style and personality to these projects, and offers personal insights, anecdotes, and perspective. In a thoughtful conclusion, the author examines and discusses patterns discovered within the total body of work. An inclusive and thoroughly cross-referenced index also assists in the process of analyzing project types and making comparisons. Landscape architects, architects, students, planners, project managers, and those in allied fields will greatly value Contemporary Trends in Landscape Architecture as a rich source of information and inspiration for both professional and academic application.