The Essential Ian McHarg: Writings on Design and Nature
Brings together a series of short essays that reveal the full range of Ian McHarg's thoughts on design and nature. It is an ideal reader for undergraduate and graduate students in planning and landscape architecture.
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The Place of Nature in the City of Man
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