Walter Burley Griffin, landscape architect
National Library of Australia, Jul 1, 1995 - Architecture - 105 pages
Biography of well-known landscape architect discusses his career, and his diverse architectural and site-planning projects over three continents, including his design for Canberra. Examines his legacy of theoretical ideas, design concepts and philosophical statements, and discusses the role of his partner, Marion Mahony. Includes references, a bibliography and an index. Also available in hardback.
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