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Relating Architecture to Landscape : Rethinking the Architecture/Landscape Relationship - Jan Birksted

Relating Architecture to Landscape

Rethinking the Architecture/Landscape Relationship

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These essays make a unique contribution to the documentation of twentieth century landscape architecture. They present contemporary examples in architecture, landscape architecture and garden design that offer new models.

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.

ISBN: 9780203352601
ISBN-10: 0203352602
Format: PDF
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 304
Published: 28th June 1999