Modern Tropical Garden Design

Author: Made Wijaya
Editor: Editions Didier Millet
ISBN: 9814155640
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"Made Wijaya guides readers through fantastically imagined and designed, stylistically diverse outdoor environments exploring various theories of Modernism and its current expressions."--Veranda

The Modern Tropical Garden

Author: Loraine E. Kuck
Editor:
ISBN:
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Tropical Garden Design

Author: Made Wijaya
Editor: Periplus Editions
ISBN: 0794602428
Size: 18,39 MB
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Creative garden ideas from a renowned landscape designer

The Modern Landscapes Of Ted Smyth

Author: Rod Barnett
Editor: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 1317563662
Size: 14,20 MB
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The modern period in landscape architecture is enjoying the fascinated appreciation of scholars and historians in Europe and the Americas, and new themes, new subjects and new appraisals are appearing. This book contributes to the conversation by focusing on the work of a singular designer who spent his entire career in a province of the North Island of New Zealand. Ted Smyth practiced an assured landscape modernism without ever seeing the designs of his forebears or his contemporaries working in the UK, Europe and the United States. Designing in isolation from the mainstream of modernism, and a little after its high tide, Smyth produced a series of gardens that provoke a revaluation of the diffusionist model of influence. The book explains and describes the evolution of Smyth’s design vocabulary and relates it to the development of tropical landscape modernism in other Asia-Pacific sites. It shows how a culture of garden modernism can be generated from within a particular locale, and highlights Smyth’s engagement with Māori design traditions in search of a specific expression of the high modern essentialism of place.

Private Landscapes

Author: Pamela Burton
Editor: Princeton Architectural Press
ISBN: 1568984022
Size: 18,97 MB
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When we think of the gardens of Southern California, we tend to think of the enormous semiarid landscapes of the Huntington and Rancho Los Alamitos, often built on the sprawling grounds of former ranches. But there is another garden tradition in Southern California: the modest, rectangular suburban plots designed by the most famous architects of mid-century modernism: Richard Neutra, Rudolph Schindler, Gregory Ain, Raphael Soriano, Harwell Hamilton Harris, A. Quincy Jones, and John Lautner. These architects saw the garden as an outdoor extension of the space of the houses they designed, rather than a neo-Spanish fantasy to be added later by a "landscapist." Their modern gardens made use of low-maintenance, drought-resistant plants, and made room for informal outdoor living by children and adults with an emphasis on recreation and exercise. The first book of its kind, Private Landscapes profiles twenty significant gardens-and their accompanying houses-by these celebrated architects. Using contemporary photographs by Julius Shulman and newly commissioned color images, along with plans and plant lists, Private Landscapes provides a never-before-seen look at these gardens. As beautiful and practical now as they were 50 years ago, these designs continue to provide inspiration for gardeners and designers everywhere.

Patio

Author: Jamie Durie
Editor: Allen & Unwin
ISBN: 9781865087870
Size: 15,72 MB
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A lavish full-colour landscape design book from Jamie Durie, host of the hugely successful television show Backyard Blitz.

Designing With Palms

Author: Jason Dewees
Editor: Timber Press
ISBN: 1604695439
Size: 13,27 MB
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ÒIf you want to successfully add more bold fronds and a tropical style to your landscape,ÊDesigning With PalmsÊis the comprehensive book for you.Ó ÑGardenistaÊ Palms are a landscape staple in warm, temperate climates worldwide. But these stunning and statement-making plants are large, expensive, and difficult to install, resulting in unique design challenges.ÊIn Designing with Palms, palm expert Jason Dewees details every major aspect of designing and caring for palms. This definitive guide shares essential information on planting, irrigation, nutrition, pruning, and transplanting. A gallery of the most important species showcases the range of options available, and stunning photographs by Caitlin Atkinson spotlight examples of home and public landscapes that make excellent use of palms.

The Tropical Garden

Author: William Warren
Editor:
ISBN: 9780500281987
Size: 14,17 MB
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Nearly three hundred full-color photographs complement a tour of the most beautiful gardens of Hawaii, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, and Bali, presenting a wide array of public and private gardens along with a detailed discussion of garden design, plant selection, history, and cultural traditions. Reprint.

Tropical Gardens Of The Philippines

Author: Lily Gamboa O'Boyle
Editor: Tuttle Publishing
ISBN: 1462906125
Size: 18,54 MB
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Full of stunning landscape photographs, this tropical gardening book is a delight for anyone interested in the lavish gardens of the Philippines. Aimed at gardening enthusiasts, Tropical Gardens of the Philippines contains a rare glimpse into some of the most beautiful tropical gardens in the world today. It presents 42 spectacular contemporary gardens, both big and small, situated in and around Metropilitan Manila area and the nearby provinces of Laguna, Batangas and Cavite. The vast majority of the gardens are in private homes. Introducing a contemporary gardening style that has been evolving in the Philippines over the past decade, as well as more traditional formal styles, it traces the development of garden design in all its forms. Designers new and old are showcased along with a number of talented home owners. Experimenting with both indigenous and introduced species, use of hardscapes such as local stones and pavers, bonsai, clipped shrubs and water features, some work along Oriental lines, others follow Western models. Tropical Gardens of the Philippines is a lovely introduction to Filipino landscaping styles and a gardening aesthetic that combines the best of East and West with superior knowledge of plant cultivation and care.

Ultimate Landscape Design

Author: Alejandro Bahamón
Editor: TeNeues
ISBN: 9783832790578
Size: 20,67 MB
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Within the last few decades, the design of public spaces in both urban and rural areas has undergone important transformations. Factors such as technological, cultural, and social changes have all played a role in this shift. Now, both newly developed areas and regenerated urban centers challenge landscaping to go further than it has gone before. This book, organized into five geographical zones, gathers the best and most recent projects from around the world. Browse these pages to discover the ultimate in contemporary landscape design. ? An in-depth reference for practising professionals, academics and all those who care about our public spaces ? A worldwide overview provides a multitude of landscape design solutions for many different types of public spaces