Landscape blackbook, Volume 1

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Hong Kong Scientific & Cultural Publishing, 2006 - Architecture - 784 pages
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In an era of much-increased sensitivity to the symbiotic relationship between human beings and their surrounding environments, the art of landscape design draws closer scrutiny from an increasingly engaged public who see shared spaces as integral to the elevation of their quality of life. An excellent resource for landscape architects, Landscape Blackbooks takes a deeper look at the various elements of landscape design through a collection of photographs from an international array of exciting projects.

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