Dictionary of Landscape Architecture and Construction
- A unique, comprehensive reference that defines the language of today's landscape architecture, planning, construction, and environmental science, covering such specifics as irrigation, plant science, soil science, wetlands, landscape ecology, horticulture, and land planning
- More than 7500 terms and meanings cover the breadth and depth of the field
- 300 illustrations illuminate both definitions and methods
A KEYSTONE REFERENCE FOR LANDSCAPE PROFESSIONALS
The Dictionary of Landscape Architecture and Construction defines the wide range of terms used in this diverse field. More than 7500 terms and definitions facilitate communication among professionals of all stripes and workers of all types. This ingenious tool crosses the disciplines, skills, and crafts of the range of professionals who contribute to landscape architecture today. In addition, 300 illustrations clearly exemplify construction and/or composition landscape elements.
SPANNING LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURAL ARTS, CONSTRUCTION, AND SCIENCES
A comprehensive, carefully constructed resource, the Dictionary of Landscape Architecture and Construction defines vocabulary across the field, including land planning, environmental planning, construction, materials, methods, and botanicals. With straightforward definitions and clear illustrations, this resource can help everyone from architects, designers, and contractors to grounds maintenance workers understand the aims and requirements of landscape architecture projects of all types.
AN ESSENTIAL TOOL FOR ANYONE WHO WORKS IN LANDSCAPE
493 pages; ISBN 9780071588874
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Title: Dictionary of Landscape Architecture and Construction
Author: Alan Christensen
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