The experience of landscape
This book stresses a theoretical approach to landscape aesthetics, including habitat theory and prospect-refuge theory, based on an analysis of research literature and experience in a wide area of art and science. This edition covers recent developments in the field.
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Behaviour and Environment
A Framework of Symbolism
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