Weathering and Durability in Landscape Architecture: Fundamentals, Practices, and Case Studies

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Wiley, May 24, 2004 - Architecture - 320 pages
Weatering and Durability in Landscape Architecture provides authoritative guidelines to weathering, durability, and physical changes in the designed landscape over time.
* Provides innovative weathering strategies illustrated with case studies.
* Includes information on completed landscapes with data and commentary on maintenance and durability.
* Provides the personal weathering and durability strategies of leading experts.

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PART TWO Landscape Architectural Design Case Studies
Case Study E Working Materials
Case Study J Maturing Practices

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About the author (2004)

NIALL KIRKWOOD, ASLA, is Chair of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Professor of Landscape Architecture and Technology at the Harvard Design School.

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