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Angkor Ecology / Sustainable Khmer: A Brief Natural History of the Khmer Capital R. Terry Schnadelbach,FAAR
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Preface Angkor was the ancient capitol city of the great Khmer civilization from the IXth to XVIth Century. It covered over 200 square kilometers on alluvial fans of the Kulen Plateau and the alluvial plains bordering the great lake, Tongle Sap. On these lands, the Khmers tested seven different sites in succession before intensively developing Angkor. Here, over 200 major monuments in brick, laterite and sandstone testify to the art, religion and cultural achievements of the Khmer Civilization. The sustainabity of Angkor will be described and evaluated against five basic tenets of Ecology: All things are related Organisms will seek and inhabit environments which will sustain life a ...
Centurion Landscape Architects 1859-1993: CENTURY ASSOCIATION EXHIBITION, NEW YORK, January 18-March 3, 1993 R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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A Century of Centurions Landscape Architects, Exhibition of 1993. by R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR (LAUDpress, 2010) A first-of-its-kind exhibition on landscape architect members of the elite New York Century Association was conceived at a Century Club lunch. Schnadelbach, was asked to curate an exhibition featuring the work of Centurion Landscape Architects of the past "100" years. Thought to be an exhibit on “Olmsted and a few others,” the exhibit turned into a major project featuring 37 of the profession’s most important leaders.The Century Club has played an important but silent history in the profession of landscape archit ...
Hit The Hay IM
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ISBN: 9781198349997
Teaching Resource/material. Classroom. Notes. Subject : English Language Learning Methode : Noticing Nota Bene K12 "special feature, special phrasing, a peculiarity". a phrase or a fixed expression that has a figurative, or sometimes literal, meaning. Categorized as formulaic language. Expressions such as these have figurative meaning. When one says "The devil is in the details", one is not expressing a belief in demons, but rather one means that things may look good on the surface, but upon scrutiny, undesirable aspects are revealed. Similarly, when one says "The early bird gets the worm", one is not suggesting that there is only one opportunity; rather one means there are plent ...
In the Footsteps of Bruno Taut Rafique Islam
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Bruno Taut was a German architect known for his visionary writings, socially responsible, colorful and location specific architecture. After designing more than 10,000 units of housing in Germany, he was forced to leave Germany before Second World War and settled in Japan. His writings about Japan has prompted reassessment of traditional architecture in Japan and left lasting influence. At the end of his life, he settled in Turkey to head the Academy of Fine Arts in Istanbul. His tenure at AFA and educational buildings in Turkey has set new guidelines for the profession.
Knife Designer's Sketchbook Steve Reza
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ISBN: 9781642540154
The Knife Designer's Sketchpad provides new-to-intermediate knife makers with reference tables, heat-treating guides, and design options. Also included are 20 blank knife design templates complete with US and metric measured rules to provide accurate knife sketch dimensions. This is a "must-have" for the new knife maker. The heat-treating table alone will save knife makers a lot of time and headache!
Letters from the Tangled Bank Tamsin Woolley-Barker
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An anthology of pieces from The Biomimicry Manual, a feature on Inhabitat.com, by Dr. Tamsin Woolley-Barker. Dr. Tamsin is an Evolutionary Biologist, Innovation and Organizational Design Consultant, and the author of TEEMING: How Superorganisms Work to Build Infinite Wealth in a Finite World (and your company can too). Dr. Tamsin introduces nature-inspired strategies for designing sustainable success. She consults for a Fortune 500 and global clientele, providing biomimicry keynotes, workshops, and consulting.
ON THE WINGS OF FLIGHT Brenda Garacci
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Opposing Olmsted: The Vitale School of Landscape Architecture R. Terry Schnadelbach
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The Florentine bourn Ferruccio Vitale spent his adult life in pursuit of a new landscape architectural practice and its aesthetics. One by one, he created a new artistic language, expanded the profession’s client base, supported alternative educational programs, founded institutions of excellence and reflected America in its art. Vitale’s design theory was based on Rationale design, a formal composition using: point, line, plane, solid, void, light, shadow, and then secondarily elements of tone, shade, color, texture, pattern. In achieving this opposition of Olmsted, Vitale garnered support from like-minded colleagues, allied design professionals and faculty in many of America’s leaning ...
Senior Cohousing Primer: Recent Examples & New Projects Charles Durrett
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Explore senior cohousing and get insights from a leading expert. Charles Durrett and Jean Nilsson deliver an entertaining and inspiring read for anyone interested in senior cohousing for themselves, their family members, or others in their area. Learn the value of community through real life examples, senior cohousing projects across the U.S. Find out how they did it, and how you can do it too.
The Italian Garden: Maria Pasolini Ponti 1914 R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR
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THE SCHNADELBACH COLLECTION il Giardino Italiano / The Italian Garden; by Maria Paolo Ponti. Translation by Edward G. Lawson, Edited by R. Terry Schnadelbach, FAAR: (LAUDpress 2010) Written in 1915 by Maria Paolo Ponti, the manuscript, Il Gardino Italino, was a little known writing on the villa garden rehabilitation underway in Florence, Italy, early in the Twentieth Century. Translation in English in 1919, of this rare Ponti book was the work of the first American Academy in Rome's Prize in landscape architecture, Edward G. Lawson, 1915-1919. The two writings are virtually unknown to scholars and historians. They are of major significance as the first Italian book to have descr ...
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