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"Ferruccio Vitale" MAXXI Exhibition R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Ferruccio Vitale, Landscape Architect of the Country Place Era, details the work of an Italian immigrant to the United States at the turn of the 20th century who managed to make a comfortable living by designing elegant landscapes for wealthy Americans. The book, published last fall, was written by American architect and critic R. Terry Schnadelbach. Vitale was born to an upper class Florentine family in 1875. His father was an architect and his mother's family had links to the design of the world's first botanical garden, at Padua, in the 16th century. After a promising start as a military officer, Vitale found a new calling in the new discipline of landscape architecture. He emig ...
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 ...
Edward G. Lawson; The First American Landscape Architecture Scholar R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Edward Godfry Lawson, '14 of Cornell University was one of the first Masters of Landscape Architecture graduates in the nation's third professional program in lanndscape architecture. Lawson later became a much honored faculty at his alma matter from 1922 to 1942. Lawson distinguished himself as the first Rome Prize winner in Landscape Architecture 1915 at the American Academy in Rome. The Lawson book comprises a majority of Lawson works that are unpublished. Schnadelbach have spent two past summers at the American Academy researching topics in landscape architecture that have contributed to the formative years of this profession. In the course of his research he became aware of the d ...
Edward Godfrey Lawson, (1884-1968) R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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The life and career of Edward G. Lawson is a story of highs and lows, a story of good fortune, and by contrast, barred opportunities. Lawson was Americas first true scholar and historian in landscape architecture. He was Cornell Universitys first Masters degree graduate in landscape architecture, won the first Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture from the American Academy in Rome (AAR), and assisted in developing the Academy’s Rome program, building its library collection on Renaissance Italian landscape architecture. While at the Academy and during the 1920s and 30s, he embarked on a career of documenting most of Italy’s Villa gardens. His drawings and photographic collections document ...
Ferruccio Vitale, Landscape Architect and Planner of the Century of Progress, Chicago, 1933 R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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Conceived in the best of times, executed in the worst of times, Chicago’s Century of Progress Exposition, 1933-1934, was highly criticized, but none-the-less a phenomenal success. First proposed in 1928 to celebrate Chicago’s centennial, the new exposition was meant to return Chicago to fair fame after a succession of dull Beaux Arts expositions in San Francisco, St. Louis, and Philadelphia. The 1933 Chicago exposition was to be financed by the continuation of the 20’s boom years of industry and stock market gains, but the national economic crash of 1929 stopped. That such an event could happen, the fact that even the idea could survive, let alone be planned, financed and built duri ...
Frederick Law Olmsted, 1822 - 1903: Creator of the Profession of Landscape Architecture R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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While there had been significant landscape achievements in America prior to 1850, none were as great as the creation, planning and building of Central Park in New York City. Social reformers William Cullen Bryant and the Reverend Henry W. Bellows were outspoken advocates for public open space in New York City. A “Central Park” was their vision; a space accessible to all citizens that should be, they said, larger than anything in Europe. One cannot say the name Central Park without recalling its creator and advocate, Frederick Law Olmsted, Sr. He was the social reformer who gave physical form to a new form of urban environments.
Gentleman’s Library: The Technical Library of Landscape Architect Ferruccio Vitale R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR LAUpress
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The second generation landscape architect had limited access to libraries and collections of materials related to architecture and landscape architecture. Major universities had collections of books on these subjects but they were available  only to faculty and students of those institutions. The only public source, and the professional's primary source for information, was public libraries and here only major cities had depth on architectural subjects. It was therefore up to the professional himself to develop a private library. These were called technical libraries as each professional would have had a special slant or emphasis suited to the personal and professional interest of the pr ...
LANDSCAPE ARCHITCTURE MONTAGES OF R.TERRY SCHNADELBACH, FAAR R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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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.

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