Dan Kiley: The Complete Works of America's Master Landscape Architect

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Little, Brown, 1999 - Architecture - 224 pages
"Produced with his close collaboration, this is the definitive book on the man and his oeuvre, from his early and now-mature projects to his most recent work. Kiley sets out his beliefs and working practices in an introduction that draws together decades of experience and a deep knowledge of nature and plants. At the heart of the book are his most significant projects, grouped chronologically and by the themes that have shaped his career. Each work features extensive photographs and plans, as well as special sketches by Kiley, and lucid and highly personal texts give the history, ideas, and specifics behind each scheme. An extensive reference section with an illustrated chronology and bibliography rounds out the book."--BOOK JACKET.

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