by Amoroso, Nadia;Holland, Martin;
English | 2022 | ISBN: 1032024550 | 233 pages | True PDF EPUB | 285.75 MB
This volume provides an in-depth historical overview of graphic and visual communication styles, techniques, and outputs from key landscape architects over the past century. Representing Landscapes: One Hundred Years of Visual Communication offers a detailed account of how past and present landscape architects and practitioners have harnessed the power of visualization to frame and situate their designs within the larger cultural, social, ecological, and political milieux.
The fifth book in the Representing Landscapes series, the presentations contained within each of the 25 chapters of this work are not merely drawings and illustrations but are rather graphic touchstones whose past and current influence shapes how landscape architects think and operate within the profession. This collected volume of essays gathers notable landscape historians, scholars, and designers to offer their insights on how the landscape has been presented and charts the development and use of new technologies and contemporary theory to reveal the conceptual power of the living medium of the larger landscape.
Richly detailed with over 220 colour and black and white illustrations from some of the discipline’s best-known landscape architects and designers, this work is a ‘must-have’ for those studying contemporary landscape design or those fascinated by the profession’s history.
Representing Landscapes 系列的第五本书，本书 25 章中的每一章都包含的演示文稿不仅是图纸和插图，而且是图形试金石，其过去和现在的影响塑造了景观设计师在行业内的思考和运作方式。这本论文集汇集了著名的景观历史学家、学者和设计师，就景观的呈现方式提供了他们的见解，并描绘了新技术和当代理论的发展和使用，以揭示更大景观的生活媒介的概念力量.
来自该学科最知名的景观设计师和设计师的 220 多幅彩色和黑白插图的丰富细节，对于那些研究当代景观设计或对专业历史着迷的人来说，这件作品是“必备品”。