Landscape Detailing: Enclosure, Volume 1

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Butterworth Architecture, 1993 - Architecture - 193 pages
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Michael Littlewood's Landscape Detailing is now well established as a valuable source of reference for architects, landscape architects, other professionals and students designing external works.

Volume I, Enclosures, covers walls (free-standing, screen and retaining), fences, gates, barriers and bollards. Each section begins with technical guidance notes on design and construction and then provides a list of points against which specifications can be checked. This is followed by a set of drawn-to-scale detail sheets. These details can be traced for direct incorporation into the set of contract drawings. A list of relevant British Standards, references, bibliography and a list of associations and institutions indicate where further guidance can be obtained. As a ready reference for landscape designers and as an indispensable time-saving tool, Landscape Detailing is an essential for the design office.

* Provides technical guidance notes and drawn to scale detail sheets for ease of understanding
* Learn first hand from a well-established author in the field of Landscape Detailing
* Save time with traceable drawn-to-scale detail sheets

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Michael Littlewood is a natural landscape architect and environmental planner with extensive experience designing and implementing sustainable land use projects. He is the author of "Natural Swimming Pools: Inspiration for Harmony with Nature,

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