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The Resource Theory in landscape architecture : a reader, edited by Simon Swaffield

Theory in landscape architecture : a reader, edited by Simon Swaffield

Label
Theory in landscape architecture : a reader
Title
Theory in landscape architecture
Title remainder
a reader
Statement of responsibility
edited by Simon Swaffield
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
UK-RwCLS
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
index present
LC call number
SB472
LC item number
.T44 2002
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
Swaffield, Simon R.
Series statement
Penn studies in landscape architecture
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Landscape architecture
Label
Theory in landscape architecture : a reader, edited by Simon Swaffield
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Origins of theory (1990)
  • Simon Swaffield
  • James Corner
  • Theory in crisis (1991)
  • James Corner
  • Situating modern landscape architecture (1992)
  • Elizabeth Meyer
  • PART II.
  • DESIGN PROCESS
  • Design process (1950)
  • Hideo Sasaki
  • Introduction
  • Art of site planning (1984)
  • Kevin Lynch, Gary Hack
  • Ecological method (1967)
  • Ian McHarg
  • RSVP cycles (1969)
  • Lawrence Halprin
  • Community design (1974)
  • Randolph Hester, Jr.
  • Site design (1984)
  • Kevin Lynch, Gary Hack
  • Simon Swaffield
  • Creative risk taking (1983)
  • Steven Krog
  • Obligation of invention (1998)
  • Bernard Lassus
  • PART III.
  • FORM, MEANING, AND EXPERIENCE
  • Form, meaning, and expression (1988)
  • Laurie Olin
  • Landscape of man (1987)
  • Geoffrey and Susan Jellicoe
  • PART I.
  • New lives, new landscapes (1970)
  • Nan Fairbrother
  • Cubist space, volumetric space (1988)
  • Patrick Condon
  • Minimalist landscape (1997)
  • Peter Walker
  • Must landscapes mean? (1995)
  • Marc Treib
  • Place reclamation (1993)
  • Edward Relph
  • THE NATURE OF THEORY IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
  • Three dimensions of meaning (1994)
  • Robert Thayer
  • Systems, signs, and sensibilities (1987)
  • Catherine Howett
  • De/re/in[form]ing landscape (1991)
  • Peter Jacobs
  • PART IV.
  • SOCIETY, LANGUAGE, AND THE REPRESENTATION OF LANDSCAPE
  • Language of landscape (1998)
  • Ann Whiston Spirn
  • Landscape for living (1950)
  • Hermeneutic landscape (1991)
  • James Corner
  • Reading and writing the site (1992)
  • John Dixon Hunt
  • Landscape narratives (1998)
  • Matthew Potteiger, Jamie Purinton
  • Representation and landscape (1992)
  • James Corner
  • Landscape as cultural product (1984)
  • Denis Cosgrove
  • Garrett Eckbo
  • Expanded field of landscape architecture (1997)
  • Elizabeth Meyer
  • PART V.
  • ECOLOGICAL DESIGN AND THE AESTHETICS OF SUSTAINABILITY
  • Design with nature (1969)
  • Ian McHarg
  • Granite garden (1984)
  • Ann Whiston Spirn
  • Ecological approach (1982)
  • Alan Ruff
  • How to study landscape (1980)
  • Design for human ecosystems (1985)
  • John T. Lyle
  • Can floating seeds make deep forms? (1991)
  • John T. Lyle
  • Gray world, green heart (1994)
  • Robert Thayer
  • Messy ecosystems, orderly frames (1995)
  • Joan Iverson Nassauer
  • PART VI .
  • INTEGRATING SITE, PLACE, AND REGION
  • J.B. Jackson
  • Principles for regional design (1990)
  • Michael Hough
  • Signature-based landscape design (1997)
  • Joan Woodward
  • Gardens from region (1990)
  • Terry Harkness
  • Infrastructure as landscape (1996)
  • Gary Strang
  • Conclusion:
  • the theoretical terrain of landscape architecture
Control code
000131825
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xii, 265 p.
Isbn
9780812218213
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.
Label
Theory in landscape architecture : a reader, edited by Simon Swaffield
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Origins of theory (1990)
  • Simon Swaffield
  • James Corner
  • Theory in crisis (1991)
  • James Corner
  • Situating modern landscape architecture (1992)
  • Elizabeth Meyer
  • PART II.
  • DESIGN PROCESS
  • Design process (1950)
  • Hideo Sasaki
  • Introduction
  • Art of site planning (1984)
  • Kevin Lynch, Gary Hack
  • Ecological method (1967)
  • Ian McHarg
  • RSVP cycles (1969)
  • Lawrence Halprin
  • Community design (1974)
  • Randolph Hester, Jr.
  • Site design (1984)
  • Kevin Lynch, Gary Hack
  • Simon Swaffield
  • Creative risk taking (1983)
  • Steven Krog
  • Obligation of invention (1998)
  • Bernard Lassus
  • PART III.
  • FORM, MEANING, AND EXPERIENCE
  • Form, meaning, and expression (1988)
  • Laurie Olin
  • Landscape of man (1987)
  • Geoffrey and Susan Jellicoe
  • PART I.
  • New lives, new landscapes (1970)
  • Nan Fairbrother
  • Cubist space, volumetric space (1988)
  • Patrick Condon
  • Minimalist landscape (1997)
  • Peter Walker
  • Must landscapes mean? (1995)
  • Marc Treib
  • Place reclamation (1993)
  • Edward Relph
  • THE NATURE OF THEORY IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE
  • Three dimensions of meaning (1994)
  • Robert Thayer
  • Systems, signs, and sensibilities (1987)
  • Catherine Howett
  • De/re/in[form]ing landscape (1991)
  • Peter Jacobs
  • PART IV.
  • SOCIETY, LANGUAGE, AND THE REPRESENTATION OF LANDSCAPE
  • Language of landscape (1998)
  • Ann Whiston Spirn
  • Landscape for living (1950)
  • Hermeneutic landscape (1991)
  • James Corner
  • Reading and writing the site (1992)
  • John Dixon Hunt
  • Landscape narratives (1998)
  • Matthew Potteiger, Jamie Purinton
  • Representation and landscape (1992)
  • James Corner
  • Landscape as cultural product (1984)
  • Denis Cosgrove
  • Garrett Eckbo
  • Expanded field of landscape architecture (1997)
  • Elizabeth Meyer
  • PART V.
  • ECOLOGICAL DESIGN AND THE AESTHETICS OF SUSTAINABILITY
  • Design with nature (1969)
  • Ian McHarg
  • Granite garden (1984)
  • Ann Whiston Spirn
  • Ecological approach (1982)
  • Alan Ruff
  • How to study landscape (1980)
  • Design for human ecosystems (1985)
  • John T. Lyle
  • Can floating seeds make deep forms? (1991)
  • John T. Lyle
  • Gray world, green heart (1994)
  • Robert Thayer
  • Messy ecosystems, orderly frames (1995)
  • Joan Iverson Nassauer
  • PART VI .
  • INTEGRATING SITE, PLACE, AND REGION
  • J.B. Jackson
  • Principles for regional design (1990)
  • Michael Hough
  • Signature-based landscape design (1997)
  • Joan Woodward
  • Gardens from region (1990)
  • Terry Harkness
  • Infrastructure as landscape (1996)
  • Gary Strang
  • Conclusion:
  • the theoretical terrain of landscape architecture
Control code
000131825
Dimensions
26 cm.
Extent
xii, 265 p.
Isbn
9780812218213
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other physical details
ill.

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