“Worthy of being on the shelf of all designers”- Landscape Architecture Magazine
"...perfect for short studio breaks...offers excellent examples of drawings and representational techniques that students can draw from while also self-motivating" - Spacing Magazine
"If you want to set aside time to develop the visualisation of your designs, this amply illustrated collection will give you inspiration." – Garden Design Journal
“Can't keep this one on the shelf” - @Landlibrarian
"The book serves the pedagogical need, as observed by editor Amoroso, to educate and inspire landscape design students in the variety of graphic representations at their disposal, and their appropriate uses. Summing Up: Highly recommended" - E. H. Teague, CHOICE, January 2013, Vol. 50 No. 05
"The book contains some of the most inventive techniques for thinking and exploring through drawing and modelling."— Elizabeth K. Meyer, Landscape Architecture Magazine
Nadia Amoroso is the Founder and Creative Director of DataAppealTM, a data-design visualization company. She also teaches design studio and visual communications at the University of Toronto. She holds and has held a number of international academic and administrative positions including Lawrence Halprin Fellow at Cornell University, the Garvan Chair Visiting Professor, and Associate Dean. She specializes in visual representation, analog and digital graphics, and architectural and landscape architectural design. She has a PhD from the Bartlett School of Architecture and degrees in Landscape Architecture and Urban Design from the University of Toronto. She is the author of The Exposed City: Mapping the Urban Invisibles (Routledge, 2010).