Modern Garden Design: Innovation Since 1900

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Gardens in the twentieth century reach back into the Victorian era and forward into the age of Land Art. Modern Garden Design traces the revolutionary postwar period - the Harvard rebels, Eckbo, Rose and Kiley; Noguchi, Burle Marx and Barragan - and the powerful influence of the Scandinavian landscape designers. The garden city is given close attention, from late Victorian Britain, through the Greenbelt Towns in the American Midwest, to the newest regeneration of urban centres worldwide. Notable artists and architects also ...

Modern Garden Design: Innovation Since 1900 2005, Thames & Hudson, New York, NY

ISBN-13: 9780500284216

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Modern Garden Design: Innovation Since 1900 2003, Thames & Hudson, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780500511121

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