Landscape Graphics presents an easy-to-master, logical progression of all the basic graphics techniques used in landscape design and landscape architecture. The only book devoted exclusively to landscape graphics, its emphasis is on time-saving methods that encourage the rapid development of skills.
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Designing the landscape: an introductory guide for the landscape designer
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