Both architects and landscape architects are concerned about the interaction of their disciplines and their contribution to the built environment. This book addresses the numerous and complex issues between architectural design and landscape design. This title available in eBook format. Click here for more information . Visit our eBookstore at: www.ebookstore.tandf.co.uk .
Introduction / Jan Birksted -- Sect. 1. The Modernist context. Introduction to Modern Gardens (1953) / Peter Shepheard -- Sect. 2. Relating architecture to landscape through elements and materials. Time and temporality in Japanese gardens / Mara Miller. Detailing and materials of outdoor space: the Scandinavian example / Jan Woudstra. Playing with artifice: Roberto Burle Marx's gardens / Jacques Leenhardt -- Sect. 3. Relating architecture to landscape through geometry, form and scale. External interior/internal exterior spaces at the Maeght Foundation / Jan Birksted. A landscape 'fit for a democracy': Joze Plecnik at Prague Castle (1920-1935) / Caroline Constant. Tokyo as emblem of a postmodern paradigm / Augustin Berque. The re-invention of the site / Thomas Deckker -- Sect. 4. Relating architecture to landscape through collaborations. Architect and landscape architect working together: Scharoun and Mattern / Peter Blundell Jones.
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 28th June 1999