Waterstained Landscapes: Seeing and Shaping Regionally Distinctive Places

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A refreshing change from abstract writings about landscape architecture, Waterstained Landscapes is an illustrated essay, narrated by a fictional landscape architect, Ann Crane, who moves from Los Angeles to Colorado's Front Range. Through the imaginary Crane, author Joan Woodward argues that deriving landscape designs from the natural patterns and processes of a particular region is a key to creating distinctive, appropriate, and manageable designs. Combining elements of a journal, sketchbook, notebook, and textbook, ...

Waterstained Landscapes: Seeing and Shaping Regionally Distinctive Places 2000, Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD

ISBN-13: 9780801862007

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