Landscape as Protagonist

ISBN: 9780987634412

35.00

A publication that attempts to challenge the property development industry’s current perspective on plants and landscapes in the built realm; where generally speaking, they are viewed as aesthetic objects used to beautify built spaces. Discussions, findings, interviews with Thomas Doxiadis, Marjetica Potrč and Dan Pearson and essays by Bruce Pascoe, Tanya Patrick, Katherine Sundermann, Andrew Reynolds and Cameron Allan McKean. Illustrations by Al Stark.
The publication content is informed by a symposium held as part of Melbourne Design Week 2019. It features findings, essays, interviews and original photography by Melbourne design studio U-P.

Weight 1 kg
Publishers

Year

2020

Pages

156

Size

Cover

Paperback

Book Language

2 in stock

Description

Description

A publication that attempts to challenge the property development industry’s current perspective on plants and landscapes in the built realm; where generally speaking, they are viewed as aesthetic objects used to beautify built spaces. Discussions, findings, interviews with Thomas Doxiadis, Marjetica Potrč and Dan Pearson and essays by Bruce Pascoe, Tanya Patrick, Katherine Sundermann, Andrew Reynolds and Cameron Allan McKean. Illustrations by Al Stark.
The publication content is informed by a symposium held as part of Melbourne Design Week 2019. It features findings, essays, interviews and original photography by Melbourne design studio U-P.

Contributors
Bruce PascoeCameron Allan McKeanDan PearsonKatherine SundermannMarjetica PotrčTanya PatrickThomas DoxiadisU-P

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