Contemporary Trends in Landscape Architecture

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John Wiley & Sons, Nov 4, 1996 - Architecture - 348 pages
This book showcases new trends in the vital and changing field of landscape design. Important contemporary concerns affecting the landscape professional are considered: the impact of recent scientific research, historic preservation, populations with unique needs, international practices, and much more.
 

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Contents

Rex Wassermann landscape architect New York City Department of Parks
3
AIDS MEMORIAL GARDENS
31
Joel Schnaper Terrace Garden
44
Jeffrey Miller landscape architect San Francisco CA
66
Clarke + Rapuano Inc New York City consulting engineers and landscape
81
HISTORIC PRESERVATION
97
Richard Wells National Park Service New York City and HannaOlin Ltd Landscape
126
INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE
141
Dave Schultze architect San Diego CA
227
Sebago Technics Inc Augusta ME
232
Edwina Von Gal landscape designer Long Island City NY
246
Richard Haag Associates landscape architect Seattle
258
Menke and Menke landscape architects Swarthmore PA
268
Wallace Roberts Todd landscape architects Philadelphia PA
274
Weintraub di Domenico landscape architects New York City
282
COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY
297

Helber Hastert Fee planners and landscape architects Honolulu Karambunai
148
Peter Rolland Associates landscape architects Rye
160
Terragram LTD landscape architect New South Wales Australia Vladimir Sitta
168
ECLECTICISM
185
Robert Mowat Associates landscape architects San Francisco CA
197
RESIDENCES AND HOUSING
215
Edmund Hollander Design PC landscape architects New York City
221
Professors Julius Fabos and Jack Ahem landscape architects
312
Jones Jones Seattle WA
320
APPENDIX OF FIRMS AND INDIVIDUALS WITH ADDRESSES AND CREDITS
329
Index
335
Bruce KellyDavid Varnell landscape Architects New York City
336
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About the Author Steven L. Cantor, Registered Landscape Architect, is former Vice President of Clarke + Rapuano Inc., an interdisciplinary engineering and landscape architecture firm located in New York City. His career spans more than 20 years, and includes academic positions at the University of Georgia School of Environmental Design and the University of Colorado College of Environmental Design. Mr. Cantor holds a Masters Degree in Landscape Architecture from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, a Masters Degree in Music from the University of Colorado, Boulder, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Columbia University, New York City.

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