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Revealing Change in Cultural Landscapes - Material, Spatial and Ecological Considerations (Paperback): Catherine Heatherington Revealing Change in Cultural Landscapes - Material, Spatial and Ecological Considerations (Paperback)
Catherine Heatherington
R954 Discovery Miles 9 540 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

This book explores different design approaches to revealing change within a landscape, and examines how landscape designers bring together the cultural context of a specific place with material, spatial and ecological considerations. Revealing Change in Cultural Landscapes includes case studies such as Gilles Clement's Jardin du Tiers-Paysage in France, the Brick Pit in Sydney, Australia and Georges Descombes' Renaturation of the River Aire in Switzerland to uncover the insights of designers. In doing so, Catherine Heatherington considers the different ways designers approach the revealing of change and how this informs a discussion about people's perceptions and understanding of landscape. With over 100 images and contributions from Jacky Bowring, Dermot Foley and Krystallia Kamvasinou, this book will be beneficial for students of landscape and landscape architecture, particularly those with an interest in how landscapes change over time and how this is perceived by both designers and visitors.

The Dissolution of Place - Architecture, Identity, and the Body (Hardcover, New Ed): Shelton Waldrep The Dissolution of Place - Architecture, Identity, and the Body (Hardcover, New Ed)
Shelton Waldrep
R3,225 Discovery Miles 32 250 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Postmodern architecture - with its return to ornamentality, historical quotation, and low-culture kitsch - has long been seen as a critical and popular anodyne to the worst aspects of modernist architecture: glass boxes built in urban locales as so many interchangeable, generic anti-architectural cubes and slabs. This book extends this debate beyond the modernist/postmodernist rivalry to situate postmodernism as an already superseded concept that has been upended by deconstructionist and virtual architecture as well as the continued turn toward the use of theming in much new public and corporate space. It investigates architecture on the margins of postmodernism -- those places where both architecture and postmodernism begin to break down and to reveal new forms and new relationships. The book examines in detail not only a wide range of architectural phenomena such as theme parks, casinos, specific modernist and postmodernist buildings, but also interrogates architecture in relation to identity, specifically Native American and gay male identities, as they are reflected in new notions of the built environment. In dealing specifically with the intersection between postmodern architecture and virtual and filmic definitions of space, as well as with theming, and gender and racial identities, this book provides provides ground-breaking insights not only into postmodern architecture, but into spatial thinking in general.

Transforming Parks and Protected Areas - Policy and Governance in a Changing World (Paperback): Kevin S. Hanna, Douglas A.... Transforming Parks and Protected Areas - Policy and Governance in a Changing World (Paperback)
Kevin S. Hanna, Douglas A. Clark, D. Scott Slocombe
R1,300 Discovery Miles 13 000 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

**This title was originally published in 2007. The version published in 2012 is a PB reprint of the original HB** The protection of natural resources and biodiversity through protected areas is increasingly based on ecological principles. Simultaneously the concept of ecosystem-based management has become broadly accepted and implemented over the last two decades. However, this period has also seen unprecedented rapid global social and ecological change, which has weakened many protection efforts. These changes have created an awareness of opportunities for innovative approaches to managing protected areas and of the need to integrate social and economic concerns with ecological elements in protected areas and parks management. A rare collection of articles that fuses academic theory, critique of practice and practical knowledge, Transforming Parks and Protected Areas analyzes and critiques these theories, practices, and philosophies, looking in-detail at the emerging issues in the design and operation of parks and protected areas. Addressing critical dynamics and current practices in parks and protected areas management, the excellent volume goes well beyond simple managerial solutions and descriptions of standard practice. With contributions from leading academics and practitioners, this book will be of value to all those working within ecology, natural resources, conservation and parks management as well as students and academics across the environmental sciences and land use management.

Designing To Avoid Disaster - The Nature of Fracture-Critical Design (Hardcover): Thomas Fisher Designing To Avoid Disaster - The Nature of Fracture-Critical Design (Hardcover)
Thomas Fisher
R3,841 Discovery Miles 38 410 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Recent catastrophic events, such as the I-35W bridge collapse, New Orleans flooding, the BP oil spill, Port au Prince's destruction by earthquake, Fukushima nuclear plant's devastation by tsunami, the Wall Street investment bank failures, and the housing foreclosure epidemic and the collapse of housing prices, all stem from what author Thomas Fisher calls fracture-critical design. This is design in which structures and systems have so little redundancy and so much interconnectedness and misguided efficiency that they fail completely if any one part does not perform as intended. If we, as architects, planners, engineers, and citizens are to predict and prepare for the next disaster, we need to recognize this error in our thinking and to understand how design thinking provides us with a way to anticipate unintended failures and increase the resiliency of the world in which we live.

In Designing to Avoid Disaster, the author discusses the context and cultural assumptions that have led to a number of disasters worldwide, describing the nature of fracture-critical design and why it has become so prevalent. He traces the impact of fracture-critical thinking on everything from our economy and politics to our educational and infrastructure systems to the communities, buildings, and products we inhabit and use everyday. And he shows how the natural environment and human population itself have both begun to move on a path toward a fracture-critical collapse that we need to do everything possible to avoid. We designed our way to such disasters and we can design our way out of them, with a number of possible solutions that Fisher provides.

Garden and Landscape Practices in Pre-colonial India - Histories from the Deccan (Hardcover): Daud Ali, Emma J. Flatt Garden and Landscape Practices in Pre-colonial India - Histories from the Deccan (Hardcover)
Daud Ali, Emma J. Flatt
R3,841 Discovery Miles 38 410 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book presents a set of new and innovative essays on landscape and garden culture in precolonial India, with a special focus on the Deccan. Most research to date has concentrated on the comparatively well preserved gardens and built landscapes of the celebrated Mughal empire, giving the impression that they have been lacking in other times and regions. Not only does this volume provide a corrective to such assumptions, it also moves away from traditional art-historical approaches by posing new questions and exploring hitherto neglected source materials.

The contributors understand gardens in two related ways: first as real or imagined spaces and manipulated landscapes that are often invested with pronounced semiotic density; and second as congeries of institutions and practices with far-reaching social ramifications for the constitution of elite societies. The essays here present a multi-disciplinary approach to the study of garden culture in precolonial India, and together suggest several new and exciting directions of enquiry for those working in the Deccan, Mughal India, and beyond.

The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia - From Jamestown to Jefferson (Paperback, New edition): Peter Martin The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia - From Jamestown to Jefferson (Paperback, New edition)
Peter Martin
R881 Discovery Miles 8 810 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

Using a rich assortment of illustrations and biographical sketches, Peter Martin relates the experiences of colonial gardeners who shaped the natural beauty of Virginia's wilderness into varied displays of elegance. He shows that ornamental gardening was a scientific, aesthetic, and cultural enterprise that thoroughly engaged some of the leading figures of the period, including the British governors at Williamsburg and the great plantation owners George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, William Byrd, and John Custis. In presenting accounts of their gardening efforts, Martin reveals the intricacies of colonial garden design, plant searches, and experimentation, as well as the problems in adapting European landscaping ideas to local climate. The Pleasure Gardens of Virginia also brings to life the social and commercial interaction between Williamsburg and the plantations, and examines early American ideas about gracious living.

While placing Virginia's garden tradition within the larger context of that of the colonial South, Martin tells a very human story of how this art both influenced and reflected the quality of colonial life. As Virginia grew economically and culturally, the garden became a projection of the gardener's personal identity, as exemplified by the endeavors of Washington at Mount Vernon and Jefferson at Monticello. Martin draws upon both pictorial representations and the findings of modern archaeological excavations in order to recapture the gardens as they existed in colonial times.

Ecological Restoration and Management of Longleaf Pine Forests (Paperback): L.Katherine Kirkman, Steven B. Jack Ecological Restoration and Management of Longleaf Pine Forests (Paperback)
L.Katherine Kirkman, Steven B. Jack
R1,177 Discovery Miles 11 770 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Ecological Restoration and Management of Longleaf Pine Forests is a timely synthesis of the current understanding of the natural dynamics and processes in longleaf pine ecosystems. This book beautifully illustrates how incorporation of basic ecosystem knowledge and an understanding of socioeconomic realities shed new light on established paradigms and their application for restoration and management. Unique for its holistic ecological focus, rather than a more traditional silvicultural approach, the book highlights the importance of multi-faceted actions that robustly integrate forest and wildlife conservation at landscape scales, and merge ecological with socioeconomic objectives for effective conservation of the longleaf pine ecosystem.

The Landscape of Contemporary Infrastructure (Hardcover): Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid The Landscape of Contemporary Infrastructure (Hardcover)
Norman Foster, Zaha Hadid
R1,697 R1,353 Discovery Miles 13 530 Save R344 (20%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Ideal Landscapes the Deep Meaning of Feng-Shui - Patterns of Biological and Cultural Genes (Paperback): Kongjian Yu Ideal Landscapes the Deep Meaning of Feng-Shui - Patterns of Biological and Cultural Genes (Paperback)
Kongjian Yu
R449 Discovery Miles 4 490 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This is a book about ideal landscapes and Feng-Shui. Using evolutionary and anthropological approaches, Peking University professor Kongjian Yu - who holds a doctorate degree in Design from Harvard - explores the origin, structure, and meanings of Feng-Shui in juxtaposition to the ideal landscape models in Chinese culture. Using illustrative site observations and literature, Yu argues that Feng-Shui landscapes share similar structures with other Chinese ideal landscapes - the implications of which are deconstructed into terms of geography, anthropology, ecology, and philosophy. As a landscape architect and urbanist, Professor Yu respects the role of Feng-Shui in the making of places, yet still is in opposition to its superstitious nature. Well illustrated and poetically written, this book is a must-read for those who are interested in Feng-Shui, as well as those who care about their daily living environment - especially those who practice architecture, landscape architecture, and urbanism.

Be Seated (Hardcover): Laurie Olin Be Seated (Hardcover)
Laurie Olin
R725 R610 Discovery Miles 6 100 Save R115 (16%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Laurie Olin shares his insights into seemingly ordinary elements of these places, and how they intersect with our individual lives and experiences. An expert treatise on a niche topic, Olin's analysis of the importance of public seating goes beyond their aesthetic or comfort value. He explores how public seating influences our social conduct, our role as citizens, and our establishment of place and community.

The City of Imagination (Hardcover): Valerio Morabito The City of Imagination (Hardcover)
Valerio Morabito
R655 R559 Discovery Miles 5 590 Save R96 (15%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

It is in the wilderness of cities rather than in nature that the imagination of these landscape drawings comes to life. Without any heroic emphasis, these drawings result from the observation of traces, evident or discreet, in the urban landscape, and the process to collect and memorise traces is the way to consider memory as a primary medium for creativity. The selected collection of over 150 drawings, thought and imagined over many years, delineates a personal city experience, without any intention of building a new city theory. No single drawing in this book is a representation of cities in-situ; all of them are interpretations, translations, and combinations of traces collected and selected while teaching, working, meeting cultures, and eating food in many different cities around the world. These drawings are a different form of communication than the beautiful renderings produced in endless numbers.

Layered Morphologies and Latent Structures - Reading, Decoding and Rewriting to Enhance Historic Rurban Landscape (Paperback):... Layered Morphologies and Latent Structures - Reading, Decoding and Rewriting to Enhance Historic Rurban Landscape (Paperback)
Laura Anna Pezzetti
R789 R652 Discovery Miles 6 520 Save R137 (17%) Ships in 10 - 20 working days

The concept of Layered Morphologies is a theoretical and methodological approach that investigates the coevolutionary nature of architecture and settlements, to propose an organic and integrated approach to their reading, protection and design enhancement. Transcending some usual spatial ontologies and operating across interdisciplinary fields, it promotes a renewed notion of built heritage as historicised architecture, and landscape as a structure of structures, where any act of modification should start from recognising pre-existing signs, typo-morphological structures, and writing of the ground and formal orders. Advancing critical-theoretical propositions while verifying their operational value in the case study of Fenghuang (Shaanxi) - a famous historic and cultural town in China - the methodology reveals a new reading and the potential underlying of Chinese settlements forms. Architectural and urban-rural design projects are not the colonisation of a void (a tabula rasa) but rather an understanding and interpretation of an existing text with its erasures and absences (tabula plena), which also presents the principles for future writings.

Landscape Modernism Renounced - The Career of Christopher Tunnard (1910-1979) (Hardcover): David Jacques, Jan Woudstra Landscape Modernism Renounced - The Career of Christopher Tunnard (1910-1979) (Hardcover)
David Jacques, Jan Woudstra
R3,857 Discovery Miles 38 570 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Before the Second World War landscape architect Christopher Tunnard was the first author on Modernism in Landscape in the English language, but later became alarmed by the destructive forces of Post-war reconstruction. Between the 1950s and the 1970s he was in the forefront of the movement to save the city, becoming an acclaimed author sympathetic to preservation.

Ironically it was the Modernist ethos that he had so fervently advocated before the war that was the justification for the dismemberment of great cities by officials, engineers and planners. This was not the first time that Tunnard had to re-evaluate his principles, as he had done so in the 1930s in rejecting Arts-and-Crafts in favour of Modernism. This book tracks his changing ideology, by reference to his writings, his colleagues and his work.

Christopher Tunnard is one of the most influential figures in Landscape Architecture and his journey is one that still resonates in the discipline today. His leading role in first embracing the tenets of Modernism and then moving away from to embrace a more conservationist approach can be seen in the success and impact on the profession of those with whom he worked and taught.

Garden History of Georgia, 1733-1933 (Hardcover): Hattie C. Rainwater Garden History of Georgia, 1733-1933 (Hardcover)
Hattie C. Rainwater; Florence Mayre
R1,340 R1,091 Discovery Miles 10 910 Save R249 (19%) Ships in 7 - 11 working days

With the growth of the garden club movement in the South during the early years of the twentieth century, interest also developed in identifying and recording the region's important gardens and landscapes. In 1933 Atlanta's Peachtree Garden Club produced Garden History of Georgia, 1733-1933 in recognition of the state's bicentennial. Part 1 of the book, "Georgia's Early Gardens," by Florence Marye, gives "a comprehensive record of gardening in Georgia from Oglethorpe's day, 1733, to the most modern garden of 1933." Part 2, one of seven publications produced in the South from 1923 to 1939 that surveyed statewide garden histories, documents "Modern Gardens" both formal and rustic throughout all the physiographic regions of the state. Part 3, "Garden Club Projects, Institutional Gardens, School Gardens and Campuses," shows such impressive gardens as Atlanta's West View Cemetery and the campuses of Oglethorpe University, Berry College, and the University of Georgia. Thoughtfully illustrated with period and historic photographs and garden plans, the survey is complemented by a genealogy of Georgia gardens and a summary of historic plants and planting styles. Garden History of Georgia is a loving document of the gardening history of the state that covers well-known public gardens such as Barnsley Gardens in Bartow County and the Andrew Low House in Savannah, while offering a look at some of Georgia's most impressive private gardens. Distinguished by their variety, the Georgia gardens documented here span just over two hundred years. These homes and gardens still resonate with the modern viewer because they represent the people who created them, their relationship with the natural environment, and a tradition of cultural expression that continues today.

The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture (Paperback): Jillian Walliss, Heike Rahmann The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture (Paperback)
Jillian Walliss, Heike Rahmann
R742 Discovery Miles 7 420 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This book provides one of the first comprehensive discussions of contemporary landscape architecture practice across the Asian region. Bringing together established designers, writers, and thinkers with those of the new generation, Jillian Walliss and Heike Rahmann explore emerging Asian perspectives on urbanism, modes of engagement, design thinking, and construction in a field that has traditionally been dominated by North American and European influences. The Big Asian Book of Landscape Architecture is divided into three thematic sections-Continuum, Interruption, and Speed-as characteristics that simultaneously influence an Asian practice of landscape architecture. Each section presents an interweaving of theoretical writing, reflection on practice, photo essays, and design projects to explore issues such as the shared cultural, philosophical, and physical understandings of landscape, the impact of modernity, and the effects of speed on Asian design and cities. This dynamic structure allows readers to dip into sections, rather than progress in a linear manner.

Eco-Landscape Design (Hardcover, 2015 ed.): John A. Flannery, Karen M Smith Eco-Landscape Design (Hardcover, 2015 ed.)
John A. Flannery, Karen M Smith
R5,127 Discovery Miles 51 270 Ships in 7 - 11 working days

The ability to adapt to a changing environment has ensured the continued survival of the human race into the 21st century. The challenges to be faced in this century are now well documented by the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change. The effects of drought, melting polar ice and increased incidences of extreme weather events will impact on the diverse landscapes of the earth and a human population predicted to be 9 billion by the middle of the 21st century, a three-fold increase in less than one hundred years.

This book provides a valuable insight into landscaping activity worldwide by those tasked with housing, feeding and nurturing all species that share the planet. Research for this publication reveals the growth of non-anthropised design philosophies, acknowledging that humanity cannot be indefinitely sustained if animal, bird and plant life are excluded. The precious resources of water and the air that we breathe are no longer taken for granted; rivers flowing through the world s mega-cities are now being cleaned, restored and given pride of place in the landscapes they flow through. Conservation projects provide evidence that even fragile island and desert landscapes can be protected from the negative impacts of population. Eco-Landscape Design demonstrates that an intelligent and thoughtful approach to landscape design can not only ensure survival, it can reap compound benefits and rewards far in excess of those originally envisaged."

Open Space: People Space (Hardcover): Catharine Ward Thompson, Penny Travlou Open Space: People Space (Hardcover)
Catharine Ward Thompson, Penny Travlou
R3,871 Discovery Miles 38 710 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Highly visual and containing contributions from leading names in landscape, architecture and design, this volume provides a rare insight into people's engagement with the outdoor environment; looking at the ways in which the design of spaces and places meets people's needs and desires in the twenty-first century. Embracing issues of social inclusion, recreation, and environmental quality, the editors explore innovative ways to develop an understanding of how the landscape, urban or rural, can contribute to health and quality of life. Open Space: People Space examines the nature and value of people's access to outdoor environments. Led by Edinburgh's OPENspace research centre, the debate focuses on current research to support good design for open space and brings expertise from a range of disciplines to look at: an analysis of policy and planning issues and challenges understanding the nature and experience of exclusion the development of evidence-based inclusive design innovative research approaches which focus on people's access to open space and the implications of that experience. Invaluable to policy makers, researchers, urban designers, landscape architects, planners, managers and students, it is also essential reading for those working in child development, health care and community development.

Eco China - Roof Garden and Green Walls (Hardcover): Jialin Tong Eco China - Roof Garden and Green Walls (Hardcover)
Jialin Tong
R817 Discovery Miles 8 170 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
Sculpture and the Garden (Hardcover, New edition): Patrick Eyres, Fiona Russell Sculpture and the Garden (Hardcover, New edition)
Patrick Eyres, Fiona Russell
R3,206 Discovery Miles 32 060 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Although the integration of sculpture in gardens is part of a long tradition dating back at least to antiquity, the sculptures themselves are often overlooked, both in the history of art and in the history of the garden. This collection of essays considers the changing relationship between sculpture and gardens over the last three centuries, focusing on four British archetypes: the Georgian landscape garden, the Victorian urban park, the outdoor spaces of twentieth-century modernism and the late-twentieth-century sculpture park. Through a series of case studies exploring the contemporaneous audiences of gardens, the book uncovers the social, political and gendered messages revealed by sculpture's placement and suggests that the garden can itself be read as a sculptural landscape.

Waste and Urban Regeneration - An Urban Ecology of Seoul's Nanjido Post-landfill Park (Hardcover): Jeong Hye Kim Waste and Urban Regeneration - An Urban Ecology of Seoul's Nanjido Post-landfill Park (Hardcover)
Jeong Hye Kim
R3,085 Discovery Miles 30 850 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

Waste and Urban Regeneration examines the Nanjido region of Seoul and its transformation from Nanjido Landfill to the World Cup Park, and its relation to the urban ecology within the context of the city's urban development during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. The study analyses the urban ecological meanings of the site's two distinct forms by consolidating them with the Lefebvrian urban theory and relational ecological theories. This book looks at environmental transformations and their link to South Korea's political and economic changes; how Seoul City controlled waste populations, the borderline characterisations of the inhabited landfill and its community, the regeneration of the landfill into the post-landfill park and site-specific artworks which explored the conflict between the invisible presence of the landfill's garbage and its history. As one of the first accounts of a landfill and landfill-turned-park of South Korea, this study is a must-read for academics and researchers interested in waste management, ecology, landscape theory and history.

Military Landscapes (Hardcover): Anatole Tchikine, John Dean Davis Military Landscapes (Hardcover)
Anatole Tchikine, John Dean Davis
R1,362 Discovery Miles 13 620 Ships in 12 - 17 working days
The Routledge Companion to Critical Approaches to Contemporary Architecture (Paperback): Swati Chattopadhyay, Jeremy White The Routledge Companion to Critical Approaches to Contemporary Architecture (Paperback)
Swati Chattopadhyay, Jeremy White
R1,106 Discovery Miles 11 060 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

The Routledge Companion to Critical Approaches to Contemporary Architecture convenes a wide array of critical voices from architecture, art history, urbanism, geography, anthropology, media and performance studies, computer science, bio-engineering, environmental studies, and sociology that help us understand the meaning and significance of global architecture of the twenty-first century. New chapters by 36 contributors illustrated with over 140 black-and-white images are assembled in six parts concerning both real and virtual spaces: design, materiality, alterity, technologies, cityscapes, and practice.

Gardens Of Japan (Hardcover): Harada Gardens Of Japan (Hardcover)
Harada
R6,109 Discovery Miles 61 090 Ships in 12 - 17 working days

This charming volume presents a rare opportunity to view the gardens of Meiji Japan from the inside, as seen through the eyes of an official of the Imperial Household in 1928. In Japan, the garden is considered a barometer of the nation's prosperity and character, and different periods in history have produced different kinds of gardens. Harada gives brief summaries of them all, including the Edo period (1603-1867), when professional gardeners first took over the design of gardens from priests, and reveals a few of the subtle distinctions that the Japanese use to distinguish between different kinds of gardens that appear identical to Western eyes. As a reaction to all things foreign, the gardens of the Meiji Restoration period (1868-1912), revived the earlier simpler "cha-no-yu" style of garden heavily influenced by Zen. Rare period photographs of famous parks and the now vanished gardens of Japanese aristocrats show gardens in a more naturalistic style than is common in Japan today.

A Philosophy of Landscape Construction - The Vision of Built Landscapes (Paperback): Bruce K. Ferguson A Philosophy of Landscape Construction - The Vision of Built Landscapes (Paperback)
Bruce K. Ferguson
R940 Discovery Miles 9 400 Ships in 10 - 20 working days

A Philosophy of Landscape Construction outlines a philosophy of values in landscape construction, demonstrating how integral structures, such as pavements and walls, constitute a key element to how people interact with and inhabit the final design. The book discusses how these structures enable, assist and care for people, negotiating between the dynamic processes of site ecosystems and the soil on which they are founded. They articulate spatial, functional, cultural and ecological meanings. Within this theoretical framework, designers will learn to recognize and insert a set of core values into the most technical design stages to reach their full potential. By offering a new perspective on landscape construction, moving away from the exclusively technical characteristics, this book allows landscape architects to realise the ideal vision for their designs. It is abundantly illustrated with examples from which designers can learn both successes and failures and will be an essential companion to any study of built landscapes.

Garden Voices (Hardcover): Anne Latreille Garden Voices (Hardcover)
Anne Latreille
R1,253 R895 Discovery Miles 8 950 Save R358 (29%) Ships in 12 - 17 working days
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