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Space and Form: Volume 1 CULTURAL DESIGN THEORY IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE

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by: By R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR LAUDpress
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Publication Date: April 8, 2015
Book Size: 8.5" x 11"
Pages: 194
Binding: Perfect Bound
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Book Synopsis
Space and Form, Series: Theory in Contemporary Landscape Architecture; a readable encyclopedia and textbook, A Six Volume Series by R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR:

“Cultural Theory in Landscape Architectural; Volume 1”
“Structural Theory in Landscape Architecture; Volume 2”
“Intertextural Theory:Insiration from Other Arts; Volume 3“
"Minimalism: Volume 4" ( In Progress)
“Post-Structural Theory in Landscape Architecture; Volume 5" (In Progress)
"Manifestos: Theory in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design; Volume 6" (In Progress)

Noting the paucity of writings on the profession of landscape architecture, the Series questions what is design? and how is it made? To answer these basic questions, the Series attempts to illuminate significant relative theorem - “that branch of an art or science [landscape architecture] consisting in a knowledge of its principles and methods.” Landscape architecture, has been a profession by that name for a
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The Space and Form Series presents definitions of terms defining landscape architecture, theory, types of theory, laws and dictum, quantified phenomena, instrumental, interpretive and critical thinking); the types of logic (classic and ontological); and what is meant by beauty. Each definition is explained with respect to to its universal meaning as well as that specific to landscape architecture. Examples which employ the differing theories by differing professionals, are illustrated whenever possible. The books include presentations of differing design methodologies, styles and movements.
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