Landscape Architecture: Water Features, Volume 10
Rockport, 2006 - Architecture - 191 pages
Over the past decade, incorporating water features into the architectural landscape has become a prevailing theme. As a result, there are hundreds of noteworthy installations wordwide on a public level that document the drama and beauty that water can bring to a landscape design. Far beyond the simple central fountain, landscape designers are bringing innovative and startling creativity to their landscapes using water as a central feature.This book presents work from some of the best designers in this area worldwide, and presents all the details behind the most interesting and dynamic water features being created. This stunning collection, which includes plans, drawings, and beautiful photographs, will inspire and inform both planners and designers on the possibilities for incorporating water into landscape design.
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