Theory in Landscape Architecture: A Reader

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Here, for students and practitioners of landscape architecture, architecture, and planning, is a single resource for seminal theoretical texts in the field. Essential for understanding the specific connections that have been made between landscape and social, cultural, and political structures, Theory in Landscape Architecture reminds readers that the discipline of landscape architecture can be both practical and formally challenging. Covering the past fifty years of theory, this primer makes an important ...

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Overview

Here, for students and practitioners of landscape architecture, architecture, and planning, is a single resource for seminal theoretical texts in the field. Essential for understanding the specific connections that have been made between landscape and social, cultural, and political structures, Theory in Landscape Architecture reminds readers that the discipline of landscape architecture can be both practical and formally challenging. Covering the past fifty years of theory, this primer makes an important contribution to a student's emerging professional ethics.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780812218213
  • Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press, Inc.
  • Publication date: 10/28/2002
  • Series: Penn Studies in Landscape Architecture Series
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 280
  • Sales rank: 203,738
  • Product dimensions: 6.98 (w) x 9.76 (h) x 0.73 (d)

Meet the Author

Simon Swaffield is Professor of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University, New Zealand.
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Table of Contents

Selections included in the volume:
"How to Study Landscape"—J. B. Jackson
"Design Process"—Hideo Sasaki
"Site Planning"—Kevin Lynch
"Inventive Analysis"—Bernard Lassus
"Form, Meaning, and Expression"—Laurie Olin
"Minimalist Landscape"—Peter Walker
"Must Landscapes Mean?"—Marc Treib
"Reading and Writing the Site"—John Dixon Hunt
"The Expanded Field of Landscape Architecture"—Elizabeth Meyer
"Design with Nature"—Ian McHarg
"The Granite Garden"—Ann Whiston Spirn
"Principles for Regional Design"—Michael Hough

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