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Planning Landscape

Planning Landscape

DKK 499,00

Astrid Zimmermann
Birkhäuser Architecture
9783034607612

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When turning a design concept into a realizable plan, landscape architects are constantly switching back and forth between two levels: on the one hand, the general planning standards and parameters for different types of open space, and on the other, the particular use-related requirements of the specific planning task. The publication Planning Landscape offers the planner a practical guide to achieving this balancing act. It compiles and summarizes dimensions, measurements and threshold values that are crucial to the decision-making process in designing a space. The first chapter explains the basics of, and general conditions for, designing in open spaces. The second chapter deals with measurements of general functional areas such as paths or railings. The third chapter focuses on special types of open spaces: dimensions of playing fields or of recreation areas in schoolyards, for example. The final chapter lists production-related dimensions for certain building materials, such as maximum and minimum

Grøn Puls – Dyrk i byen mellem fliserne, på stenbroen, altanen, taget, gaden

Grøn Puls – Dyrk i byen mellem fliserne, på stenbroen, altanen, taget, gaden

DKK 248,00

Hanne Damm, Jørgen Dahl Madsen
Forlaget Sustainable
9788799175963

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''Grøn Puls - Dyrk i byen mellem fliserne, på stenbroen, altanen, taget, gaden'' er en bog fuld af eksempler på, hvordan du kan hjælpe på klimaet ved at dyrke grønt i byen, hvor du bor og opholder dig. Bogen giver praktiske råd til at komme i gang med dyrkningen, den rummer utallige eksempler på grønne by-projekter af større eller mindre art, der allerede er søsat, og den giver ideer til at dyrke fællesskabet omkring det grønne.

Ny Agenda 2 / New Agenda 2: Dansk landskabsarkitektur 2009-13

Ny Agenda 2 / New Agenda 2: Dansk landskabsarkitektur 2009-13

DKK 298,00

Annemarie Lund
Bogværket
9788792420282

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New Agenda 2 showcases the best Danish landscape architecture projects from the period 2009-2013 û as a natural follow-up to New Agenda from 2009, which covered the previous five years. The financial crisis that struck with its full force at the beginning of the period does not seem to have affected the number, size and quality of the projects. Landscape architecture counts among the cheapest building and construction services and has not been noticeably affected by the crisis. However, since the first book the agenda has changed, triggered by unprecedented rainfall, flood disasters and a growing obesity epidemic. Climate adaptation is now high on the agenda, precisely because the landscape architect here can combine functionality û in the form of drainage, for instance, which is much cheaper than sewerage û with beauty and nature, or, as has happened in Lemvig, with a high-water barrier that forms a structuring, beautifying and practical part of the harbour environment. Hence, many urban,

The Dynamic Landscape: Design, Ecology and Management of Naturalistic Urban Planting

The Dynamic Landscape: Design, Ecology and Management of Naturalistic Urban Planting

DKK 499,00

Nigel Dunnett, James Hitchmough
Taylor & Francis
9780415438100

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The last quarter of the twentieth century witnessed a burgeoning interest in ecological or naturally inspired use of vegetation in the designed landscape. More recently a strong aesthetic element has been added to what was formerly a movement aimed at creating nature-like landscapes. The Dynamic Landscape advances a fusion of scientific and ecological planning design philosophy that can address the need for more sustainable designed landscapes. It is a major statement on the design, implementation and management of ecologically inspired landscape vegetation. With contributions from people at the forefront of developments in this field, in both Europe and North America, it provides a valuable synthesis of current thinking.

Landscape Architecture: An Introduction

Landscape Architecture: An Introduction

DKK 275,00

Robert Holden, Jamie Liversedge
Laurence King Publishing
9781780672700

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Aimed at prospective and new students, this book gives a comprehensive introduction to the nature and practise of landscape architecture, the professional skills required and the latest developments. After discussing the history of the profession, the book explains the design process through principles such as hierarchy, human scale, unity, harmony, asymmetry, color, form, and texture. It looks at how design is represented through both drawing and modeling, and through digital techniques such as CAD and the use of GIS (Geographic Information Systems). This is followed by an examination of project management and landscape management techniques. Finally, the book explores educational and employment opportunities and the future of the profession in the context of climate change and sustainability. Illustrated with international examples of completed projects, Landscape Architecture provides an invaluable, one-stop resource for anyone considering studying or a career in this field.

Therapeutic Landscapes : An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces

Therapeutic Landscapes : An Evidence-Based Approach to Designing Healing Gardens and Restorative Outdoor Spaces

DKK 799,00

Clare CooperMarcus, Naomi A. Sachs
Wiley
9781118231913

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This comprehensive and authoritative guide offers an evidence-based overview of healing gardens and therapeutic landscapes from planning to post-occupancy evaluation. It provides general guidelines for designers and other stakeholders in a variety of projects, as well as patient-specific guidelines covering twelve categories ranging from burn patients, psychiatric patients, to hospice and Alzheimer''s patients, among others. Sections on participatory design and funding offer valuable guidance to the entire team, not just designers, while a planting and maintenance chapter gives critical information to ensure that safety, longevity, and budgetary concerns are addressed.

Claude Monet''s Gardens at Giverny

Claude Monet''s Gardens at Giverny

DKK 245,00

Jean-Pierre Gilson, Dominiquel Lobstein
Abrams
9781419709609

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Water lilies, reflecting ponds, a Japanese footbridge, and blankets of glorious flowers: Nothing evokes Claude Monet''s Impressionist paintings quite like images from his gardens at Giverny, about 50 miles northwest of Paris. Monet discovered a profound source of artistic renewal in these gardens, a motif that appears in hundreds of his works. In Claude Monet''s Gardens at Giverny, Dominique Lobstein''s dynamic text introduces us to the many personalities that have strolled through these gardens and the role this setting played in Monet''s life, while Jean-Pierre Gilson''s lush four-season photographs offer a tour through the literally thousands of flowers-daffodils, irises, poppies, tulips, and more- winding pathways, arching trellises, cherry trees heavily laden with blossoms, and, of course, the iconic water garden. This book brings to life critical moments in Monet''s biography, presenting a vivid glimpse into the beloved artist''s personal experiences and creative universe.

Designing Wildlife Habitats

Designing Wildlife Habitats

DKK 495,00

John Beardsley
Dumbarton Oaks Research Library and Collection
9780884023852

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The vision of a garden shared peacefully by humans and animals is a familiar, but elusive, landscape trope. Whether threatened by habitat destruction or climate change, displaced by urbanization or invasive species, poisoned by industrial toxins, or hunted to extinction, many wild animals have failed to thrive in the company of people. There is growing scientific consensus that we are in the midst of the sixth great extinction in earth historyùand the first caused by human activities. What agency can landscape architects and garden designers have in conserving or restoring wildlife diversity? Designing Wildlife Habitats gathers essays by designers, scientists, and historians to explore how they might better collaborate to promote zoological biodiversity and how scientific ambitions might be expressed in culturally significant and historically informed design.

Art Parks - A tour of America''s Sculpture Parks and Gardens

Art Parks - A tour of America''s Sculpture Parks and Gardens

DKK 239,00

Francesca Cigola
Princeton Architectural Press
9781616891299

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Whether located right in the heart of a metropolis or on sprawling sites in the countryside, sculpture parks and gardens have become increasingly popular destinations for art and nature lovers alike. Art Parks is a useful guide to outdoor sculpture parks throughout the United States in both urban and suburban environments. Featuring works by such important artists as Alexander Calder, Lewis DeSoto, Olafur Eliasson, William Tucker, Sol Lewitt, Roy Lichtenstein, Henry Moore, Isaumu Noguchi, Louise Bourgeois, Mark di Suvero, Jean Dubuffet, Andy Goldsworthy and Donald Judd, among others. From large-scale parks in a natural setting, to small sculpture gardens in urban surroundings, to corporate collections displayed a suburban environment, this useful guide contains all important outdoor sculpture collections in the United States and includes four maps group which group the parks geographically and list them both by type and location.

Digital Landscape Architecture Now

Digital Landscape Architecture Now

DKK 399,00

George Hargreaves, Nadia Amoroso
Thames & Hudson
9780500342824

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Despite its importance to place-making, urban planning and the environment, landscape design has often played an inferior role to architecture. Coinciding with heightened social sensitivities, advances in material application, data-driven mapping techniques and digital technologies and construction methods, new practices in landscape design are producing a new wave of work around the world. This overdue publication presents work by the 50 most innovative practices across the globe. From dedicated landscape designers to architects turning their hand to the horizontal plane, an entirely new language of design is reshaping our gardens, public squares, leisure areas and business parks. A successor to Digital Architecture Now, this largeformat, highly visual publication is packed with inspirations and new spatial ideas for a world of more beautifully designed outdoors.

On the High Line - Exploring New York''s Most Original Urban Park

On the High Line - Exploring New York''s Most Original Urban Park

DKK 249,00

Annik La Farge
Thames & Hudson
9780500290200

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Thirty feet in the air, rebuilt and planted on one-and-a-half miles of abandoned, elevated railroad track snaking through Manhattan''s West Side, the High Line has turned the dream of escape offered by most urban parks inside out. On the High Line is the first illustrated guide to the elevated park that has transformed an entire neighbourhood of New York City. Illustrated with some 400 colour photo and featuring a gatefold map. It is an engaging, friend-at-your-side guide to everything that a visitor sees when strolling through the park: the innovative gardens and their thousands of plants from around the world; the art, architecture and landscape design by highly recognizable names such as Piet Oudolf, Olaf Eliasson and Pentagram; and a neighbourhood whose lively history includes the Titanic, the Manhattan Project, S&M clubs and the Tenth Avenue Cowboy. This book captures like no other the countless details that make a walk along the High Line such an unforgettable experience.

Light Volumes: Art and Landscape of Monika Gora

Light Volumes: Art and Landscape of Monika Gora

DKK 560,00

Lisa Diedrich
Birkhauser
9783034607575

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Landscape architecture can be a discipline of planning that creates everyday worlds just as architecture does or it can assert its position as an art form and produce extraordinary works that take on communicative tasks. Monika Gora''s oeuvre is based on nearly twenty years of work as a landscape architect and artist based in Malmo, Sweden, which has produced numerous works in Scandinavia and Central Europe, which have been awarded many prizes and been published internationally. Moving beyond the seriousness of classical landscape architecture, Gora s work reveals a playful approach to the environment and proves that the built landscape need not be a deadly serious matter but rather is there for the senses: for astonishment, brooding, an aha or a laugh, somewhere between intellect and sensibility, beyond the materialism of garden and landscape architecture and far from the conceptualism of museum art.

Specific Landscapes -  Hutterreimann + Cejka Landscape Architecture

Specific Landscapes - Hutterreimann + Cejka Landscape Architecture

DKK 355,00

Hutterreimann + Cejka Landschaftsarchitekten
Jovis
9783868590975

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What is specific about a place? And how can the hidden potentials of a place, a landscape be made visible? hutterreimann + cejka landschaftsarchitekten have been designing public open spaces such as parks, squares, garden shows and playgrounds as well as residential environments, private gardens and representative complexes for the private sector for ten years now. Their unconventional solutions are characterised by a passion for detail and the courage to make ''large gestures'' without fear of upsetting the balance. Specific landscapes therefore emerge from an interplay of familiar and new, of reflection and eidetic poetry. This book presents the whole spectrum of unconventional proposals by the landscape architects in multitudinous photographs, plans and drawings as well as accompanying essays.

New York City Gardens

New York City Gardens

DKK 499,00

Veronika Hofer, Betsy Pinover Schiff
Hirmer Publishers
9783777427218

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New York may be most easily recognized by its trademark skyscrapers and brick tenement buildings, but the truth is that the city is actually teeming with luxurious roof gardens and private courtyard oases. Creative gardeners and architects have risen to meet the unique challenges of the urban landscape, designing spaces that celebrate the city while providing a restful escape. New York City Gardens presents New York''s evolving tradition of garden culture through images and discussions of thirty of its most outstanding gardens, from world-famous botanical gardens to richly re-cultivated public urban spaces, luxurious penthouse terraces, and innovative art gardens without soil or plants.

Constructing Shadows: Tents, Pergolas, Cables, Plants

Constructing Shadows: Tents, Pergolas, Cables, Plants

DKK 565,00

Peter Petschek
Birkhäuser Architecture
9783034607148

Lager: Lager

Trees are ideal sources of shade; where they cannot be used, their function is taken over by tents, pergolas, and pavilions. In the context of global warming, shade-providing construction is becoming an increasingly important building task. In Part One of this book, specialists in the field present the typical forms of shade-providing construction as well as the design approach associated with each. Part Two presents easily consultable overviews of 140 plants that have proven to be effective givers of shade in temperate, subtropical, and tropical zones. Part Three presents thirty built projects by architects and landscape architects from five continents. These constructions illustrate a wide variety of functions and scales and cover various climatic zones and cultural contexts. All structures are constructionally and systematically analyzed with texts, true-to-scale drawings, and photographs from their foundations to their connections and the shadows they cast.

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Opdateret d. 19. Oktober 2017