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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.
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 ...
Phipps Apartments Housing; Sunnyside, Queens, New York: The Landscape Architect Marjory Sewell-Cautley R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Clarence Stein, planner, architect and social critic of the 1920s, along with close colleagues, landscape architects Henry Wright and Marjory Sewell-Caughly, began their careers by designing and developing middle and low income housing projects for America’s white and blue collar families. Armed with an array of colleagues in civic activism, they formed a team in 1924 to apply their then radical, new concepts of urbanism, social housing and open space to a test project in Queens, New York, adjacent to the Sunnyside railroad yards. The new development, designed as a neighborhood from its inception, had a mixture of affordable housing types catering to blue and a growing white color worker ...
Sequal: R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Following the publication of the Vitale volume, "Ferruccio Vitale; Landscape Architect of the Country Place Era" research and discoveries continued on the life and works of this noted professional. It was discovered that Vitale had created additional collaborative firms: Vitale and Rothery; and Vitale and Geiffert and Gilmore Clarke. There were discoveries of little known commissions unearthed by the book’s publication. Additionally, there have been discovered texts and pictures which expands the presentation of projects cited in the original volume. The Sequel book includes a presentation of a Federal commission that challenged Schnadelbach's findings. The Sequel book then, is to be con ...
Space and Form: Volume 1 CULTURAL DESIGN THEORY IN LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE By R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR LAUDpress
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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 ...
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 ...

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