The Artificial Landscape: Contemporary Architecture, Urbanism, and Landscape architecture in the NetherlandsThe Artificial Landscape
Document TypeBook Review
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AbstractDutch designers ore accustomed to working on land that "is not a natural given but exists by virtue of human ingenuity and technology in water management." For the Dutch the idea of "artificial landscope" is not new. It is-and always has been-the point of departure for design. As a result of this perspective, the projects depicted in The Artificial Landscape ore more than an overview of recent Dutch work in architecture, landscape architecture, and urban design. They ore also a fresh, vital body of work that can educate nations that ore comparative beginners at engaging synthetic environments.
Copyright OwnerSpaceMaker Press
Citation InformationHeidi M. Hohmann. "The Artificial Landscape: Contemporary Architecture, Urbanism, and Landscape architecture in the Netherlands" The Artificial Landscape Vol. 10 (2002) p. 38 - 38
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