Planetary Gardens: The Landscape Architecture of Gilles Clément

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Alessandro Rocca
Springer Verlag Ny, 2008 - Architecture - 263 pages
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Gilles Clément confronts the homogenizing effects of globalization with the diversity of life. A gardener, artist and landscape architect, Clément has created many parks and gardens, for example at the Quai Branly Museum by Jean Nouvel in Paris. This is the first comprehensive English-language monograph on his work.

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Alessandro Rocca is an architect and architecture critic and a professor at Milan Polytechnic University.

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