Art, nature, and mathematics: from a conference held at the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, on 4 March 2000 in consideration of the work of Dom Hans van der Laan
Henry Moore Foundation External Programmes, Abdij Sint-Benedictusberg, Vaals and Inverleith House, 2001 - Architecture - 102 pages
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