Radical Landscapes: Reinventing Outdoor Space
"Radical Landscapes" presents over 60 projects by forward-looking landscape designers. Their use of innovative materials, unusual plants and unexpected forms offers alternative solutions to garden, backyard or outdoor space design. The book is organized into seven themes: light and colour, movement, order and objects, interaction, new contexts, urban interventions, and narrative. Each chapter is illustrated with works by designers and architects such as Fernando Garuncho, Kathryn Gustafson, Hiroki Hasegawa, Walter Hood and Adriaan Geuze.
Specifications of Radical Landscapes: Reinventing Outdoor Space
|Publisher||Thames & Hudson|
|Number Of Pages||192|
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