1 edition of Four historic landscape studies found in the catalog.
Four historic landscape studies
1984 by Cultural Resources Division, Pacific Northwest Region in Seattle, Wash .
Written in English
|Statement||Cathy Gilbert, project supervisor ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Gilbert, Cathy, United States. National Park Service. Pacific Northwest Region. Cultural Resources Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
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Conceptual Landscape Design Precedent: Four Historic Sites Revisited JON BURLEY LUIS LOURES Department of Landscape Architecture; Faculty of Natural Resources, University of Algarve, Faro, PORTUGAL Landscape Architecture Program; School of Planning, Design, and Construction, Michigan State University, East Lansing, U.
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studies, the Springside Historic Landscape Report remains relevant to ongoing research and restoration activities. The Report was primarily a research document presenting and delineating on scaled plans the known history of the Springside site based on then available documentation and on-site.
to show four different approaches to the visual aspect of garden-design, based on four initial principles namely: I. creation of a landscape in accordance with the laws of architectural com-position. organization of a landscape on the basis of a visible rational principle (deriving from its.
A brief history of landscape research developed for detailed description oflandscape elements and for making typologies.
Theoretical debates about the nature of landscape became important in the first half of the twentieth cen¬ tury, in particular in Germany.
Different national schools developed, with different emphases on natural or cultural landscape, on history and region. In Making Sense of an Historic Landscape (, 4) Rippon provides a particularly useful synthesis of the approaches that can now be used to study an historic landscape (in this case the Blackdown Hills), integrating traditional landscape archaeology methodologies with the study of other elements that can contribute to the understanding of.
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It utilizes images throughout the text consistently and understandably. I particularly liked the chapters on scale and proportion, as I have found that this is a weak area for many landscape architects. A Brief History of Landscape Research. The Routledge Companion to Landscape Studies, edited by Peter Howard et al.2nd ed.Routledge,pp.
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The present-day landscape is the main object, though characterisation of that will require understanding and representation of a places history. Landscape in an intensively occupied, used and experienced place like Britain is more about history than geography: its most important characteristic is its time-depth; the appreciation that change.
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