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Centurion Landscape Architects 1859-1993: CENTURY ASSOCIATION EXHIBITION, NEW YORK, January 18-March 3, 1993 R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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A Century of Centurions Landscape Architects, Exhibition of 1993. by R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR (LAUDpress, 2010) A first-of-its-kind exhibition on landscape architect members of the elite New York Century Association was conceived at a Century Club lunch. Schnadelbach, was asked to curate an exhibition featuring the work of Centurion Landscape Architects of the past "100" years. Thought to be an exhibit on “Olmsted and a few others,” the exhibit turned into a major project featuring 37 of the profession’s most important leaders.The Century Club has played an important but silent history in the profession of landscape archit ...
Garden to Cafeteria Toolkit Slow Food USA
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HIDDEN GARDENS / SECRET LIVES: The Florentine Villas Gamberaia, La Pietra and I Tatti R.Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Hidden Lives / Secret Gardens is a comprehensive history about gardens and human sexuality. Written in an accessible style for the garden enthusiast, the serious landscape designer, art historians and those interested in the lives of international celebrities, the book explores the very roots of Modernism as begun in Florence, Italy in the very first year of the twentieth century. For the past ten years, R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR, Professor Emeritus, Landscape Architecture, University of Florida, has researched the Modernist era in landscape architecture. In Hidden Lives / Secret Gardens, Schnadelbach exposes the engaging and intertwined lives of a group of expatriates, their sec ...
Opposing Olmsted: The Vitale School of Landscape Architecture R. Terry Schnadelbach
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The Florentine bourn Ferruccio Vitale spent his adult life in pursuit of a new landscape architectural practice and its aesthetics. One by one, he created a new artistic language, expanded the profession’s client base, supported alternative educational programs, founded institutions of excellence and reflected America in its art. Vitale’s design theory was based on Rationale design, a formal composition using: point, line, plane, solid, void, light, shadow, and then secondarily elements of tone, shade, color, texture, pattern. In achieving this opposition of Olmsted, Vitale garnered support from like-minded colleagues, allied design professionals and faculty in many of America’s leaning ...
Slow Food USA's "Clean" Curriculum Slow Food USA
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Slow Food USA's School Garden Guide Andrew Nowak
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We recognize that there is a considerable amount of information and resources about school gardens available in the world, and we wanted to make sure this guide was additive to the considerable existing good work of our partners and friends. What sets this volume apart is that it was created by Slow Food chapter leaders and volunteers for Slow Food chapter leaders and volunteers. We explicitly sought to address the unique challenges to and opportunities for working on school garden projects under the Slow Food banner, from the importance of incorporating “good, clean and fair” into the garden, to the opportunity for growing Ark of Taste projects, to the challenge of executing school gard ...
The Italian Garden: Maria Pasolini Ponti 1914 R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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THE SCHNADELBACH COLLECTION il Giardino Italiano / The Italian Garden; by Maria Paolo Ponti. Translation by Edward G. Lawson, Edited by R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR: (LAUDpress 2010) Written in 1915 by Maria Paolo Ponti, the manuscript, Il Gardino Italino, was a little known writing on the villa garden rehabilitation underway in Florence, Italy, early in the Twentieth Century. Translation in English in 1919, of this rare Ponti book was the work of the first American Academy in Rome's Prize in landscape architecture, Edward G. Lawson, 1915-1919. The two writings are virtually unknown to scholars and historians. They are of major significance as the first Italian book to have descr ...
Youth Farm Stands Toolkit Slow Food USA
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