Inside Outside: Between Architecture and Landscape

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Macmillan, 2003 - House & Home - 191 pages
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Inside Outside constructs a framework of interpretation for architecture and landscape architecture in order to disclose relations between them that are normally overlooked. Five operations--reciprocity, materiality, threshold, insertion, and infrastructure--each initiate an alternative way of looking at the construction and representation of relationships between architecture, landscape, city, and individuals. Twenty-four projects each contribute in a unique way to the definition of an operation.

 

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Anita Berrizbeitia is Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning at the University of Pennsylvania.

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