Living in the Landscape
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This book explores 30 homes overlooking remote island clifftops, tucked into escarpments or seemingly dropped into the rainforest in Australia or New Zealand. Rather than romanticizing the bush and shack vernacular, the authors examine how architects use various naunced landscape conditions as inspiration and as sites for creativity. The complexities of the landscape with its beautiful yet often harsh physicality, questions of sustainability and climate change, and an understanding of the indigenous relationship to landscape are all thoughtfully considered. This book celebrates the multitude of ways in which landscape and architecture intersect.
Book details and technical specifications
Published: October 2016
Number of pages: 272
Width: 23.8 mm
Height: 2.9 mm
Depth: 29.9 mm
Publisher: not specified
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