Год издания: 2008
Издатель: Images Publishing Group
Количество страниц: 292
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Peter Gisolfi is an architect, landscape architect, and teacher whose built work reconciles the influences of context and program. His concern for the relationship of architecture to its setting translates into graceful connections between buildings and landscapes. His analytical approach to design was inspired by studies in music theory and composition as an undergraduate at Yale, and his graduate training in architecture and landscape architecture at the University of Pennsylvania. "Finding the Place of Architecture in the Landscape" is organized by settings, based on the types of places or landscapes encountered: "Townscape" is the landscape of cities, towns, and villages; "Campus" addresses the interdependence between buildings and open space that creates a composite designed place, a designed landscape; "Landscapes and Buildings" addresses exurban settings, open green landscapes-designed, vernacular, or natural; "Gardens...