Nature and Ideology: Natural Garden Design in the Twentieth Century, Volume 18
Dumbarton Oaks, 1997 - Gardening - 278 pages
The desire to produce a natural garden design has fascinated many professional and lay designers, and the various contributions in this volume investigate their use of earlier ideas of natural gardens and their relationship to the immensely rich model that nature offers. The work of early twentieth-century natural garden advocates is discussed in regard to its relevance to contemporary design approaches.
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An Evolutionary Perspective on Strengths Fallacies and Confusions
Their Influence on Later Advocates
A Theoretical Foundation
Ideology Art and Science
Pragmatist in the Wild Garden
Wild Gardening and the Popular American Magazine 18901918
Jacobus P Thijsses Influence on Dutch Landscape Architecture
Ideological Aspects of Nature Garden Concepts in Late TwentiethCentury Germany
Conflict and Confusion in Landscape Architecture
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