Sustainable Site Design: Criteria, Process, and Case Studies for Integrating Site and Region in Landscape Design

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Wiley, May 11, 2010 - Architecture - 288 pages
Sustainable Site Design introduces the core concepts of sustainability as applied to landscape architecture. Focusing on site-scale design, this book provides a regional framework for integrating sustainable practices throughout the design process. From landscape analysis to program and design development, each design phase is illustrated with detailed case studies covering a broad range of innovative built landscape architectural projects.

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About the author (2010)

Claudia Dinep, ASLA, former principal with the firm of Rolf Sauer and Partners in Philadelphia, currently consults, lectures, and writes on landscape sustainability.

Kristin Schwab, ASLA, is a licensed landscape architect and an Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the University of Connecticut.

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