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Greater Irvington II Paul Diebold
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Size: 8.5" x 11"
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ISBN: 9781880788578
Irvington is a unique Indianapolis neighborhood, which still maintains its “small town” feel. Irvington is also a little quirky; its curving streets can be confusing, but almost every step one takes along the sidewalks of Irvington carries with it a story of the past and the not so distant past. Since Greater Irvington was first published, additional information and photographs have come to light. Greater Irvington II incorporates these new findings and provides an expanded and richer understanding of what embodies the physical Irvington of yesterday and today and the ethos of the community.
Growing Community: How to Find New Cohousing Members (Second Edition) Charles Durrett and Bernice Gonzalez
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9780945929000
Cohousing often starts with a core group of burning souls who have a vision for community. The next step towards making cohousing a reality is to communicate that vision the wider world and find others who share a similar vision. This book is for those burning souls who are looking for people to build a community with them and become their new neighbors. It contains best practices that have been used in successful cohousing groups for marketing a cohousing community at any stage. McCamant
Happily Ever Aftering In Cohousing: A Handbook for Community Living Charles Durrett with Bernice Gonzalez and Erik Bonnett
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
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ISBN: 9781633183780
An excellent resource to share with others what high-functioning cohousing is about. Learn the tools that have proven successful for cohousing communities for over three decades in achieving and maintaining their goal of a socially engaged and vibrant community. This guide makes a great gift for friends and family as well for potential new members of cohousing communities. If you are starting a cohousing project in “Wisconsin” and you have your parents living in “Florida,” you need to send them a copy of this book!
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 ...
HOMEforLESS Rachel Horner
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A fresh look on situational homelessness and how we can end it.
In the Footsteps of Bruno Taut Rafique Islam
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Size: 8.25" x 8.25"
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Bruno Taut was a German architect known for his visionary writings, socially responsible, colorful and location specific architecture. After designing more than 10,000 units of housing in Germany, he was forced to leave Germany before Second World War and settled in Japan. His writings about Japan has prompted reassessment of traditional architecture in Japan and left lasting influence. At the end of his life, he settled in Turkey to head the Academy of Fine Arts in Istanbul. His tenure at AFA and educational buildings in Turkey has set new guidelines for the profession.
LANDSCAPE ARCHITCTURE MONTAGES OF R.TERRY SCHNADELBACH, FAAR R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Size: 8" x 10"
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Montage, a new form of illustration, has been utilized by R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR, in his numerous publications. Ordinary photographs cover a very limited amount of a landscape architecture composition. Often only 20% is shown and the author requires four and five photographs to capture the real landscape. Ordinary photography leaves the viewer with questions. What is just off-screen to the right, or to the left? What is the ground plane composed of and how does it relate to the whole? While nothing can compete with viewing a landscape in its totality, a montage technique can expand the limitations of a standard photographs. Using a technique called ‘tileing” - an whole illustration ...
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE PERSPECTIVES OF R. TERRY SCHNADELBACH, FAAR R. Terry Schnadelbach
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Perspectives have been the traditional method of illustrating a proposed design. R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR, is known for his creativity communicating a proposal in its physical space and form, employing color pencil perspectives Even though computer-generated, three-dimensional perspectives render a view of any part of a plan accurately, Schnadelbach, in his sketched perspectives, emphasized the design concept, rather than computer-illustrations which were accurate in every corner of the perspective most often confusing the viewer with its evenness. In his presentations, Schnadelbach generated a view rendering only the essential elements of the design.
Mormon Landscape Kenneth Petersen
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In "The Mormon Landscape", author, Kenneth Lee Petersen, uses the book by Richard V. Francaviglia with the same name, as a spring board for his work. Francaviglia suggests a list of 10 characteristics that are peculiar to small Mormon towns in southern Utah. Petersen adds one more characteristic to the list and then provides photographs for each.
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 ...

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