This comprehensive guide on historic garden and landscapeconservation will help landscape professionals familiarisethemselves with what the conservation of historic gardens, gardenstructures and designed landscapes encompasses. The aim of the series is to introduce each aspect ofconservation and to provide concise, basic and up-to-date knowledgewithin five volumes, sufficient for the professional to appreciatethe subject better and to know where to seek further help. Gardens & Landscapes in Historic BuildingConservation is an essential guide for everyone with aninterest in the conservation of historic gardens and designedlandscapes worldwide. The latest assessment of the origins, scopeand impact of gardens and designed landscapes is vitalreading. Covering history and theory, survey and assessment,conservation and management and the legislative framework the bookconsiders all aspects of garden and landscape conservation andrelated issues. It explores the challenge of conserving theseimportant sites and surviving physical remains and a conservationmovement which must understand, protect and interpret thoseremains. This book demonstrates how the discipline of the history andconservation of gardens and landscapes has matured in recentdecades, recognising the increased participation of professionalcontract and curatorial managers in the management of these sitesand in conserving and interpreting landscapes. Drawing on a wide range of sources, combining academic andprofessional perspectives, the book provides information and advicerelevant to all involved in trying to preserve one ofEngland’s greatest cultural contributions and legacy forfuture generations to enjoy. With chapters by all the leadingplayers in the field and illustrated by copious examples this givesessential guidance to the management and conservation of historicgardens and designed landscapes.
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-04-03 - Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
This comprehensive guide on historic garden and landscapeconservation will help landscape professionals familiarisethemselves with what the conservation of historic gardens, gardenstructures and designed landscapes encompasses. The aim of the series is to introduce each aspect ofconservation and to provide concise, basic and up-to-date knowledgewithin five volumes, sufficient for the professional
Authors: Mirela Adriana Anghelache, Attila Tóth, Albert Fekete, Jeroen de Vries, Pia Fricker, Hartmut Troll, Maria Beatrice Andreucci, Maria Chiara Pozzana, Cerasella Crăciun, Constantin Hostiuc, Atena-Ioana Gârjoabă, Ștefania-Roxana Halmag
Type: BOOK - Published: 2022-03-03 - Publisher: Cuvillier Verlag
The book is dedicated to historical gardens seen from a multidisciplinary perspective: landscape architecture, architecture, urban planning, art history, geoscience, digital methods, bibiotheconomy etc.. Outgoing point was a research about the gardens of the counts Károlyi, a noble family with headquarters close of the three country corner Romania-Hungary-Ukraine but properties
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
This volume in the Images of America series preserves through vintage photographs the gardens that, by their very nature, are impermanent. Although Charleston's contemporary gardens are well documented in other sources, those of past generations are depicted here, reminding readers that Charleston was primarily a city of family homes where
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-05-14 - Publisher: Reaktion Books
A Japanese garden is immediately distinct to the eye from the traditional gardens of an English manor house, just as the manicured topiaries of Versailles contrast with the sharp cacti of the American Southwest. Though gardening is beloved the world over, the style of gardens themselves varies from region to
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-04-21 - Publisher: Random House
Richard Taylor, author of the best-selling How to Read a Church, joins forces with garden historian Andrew Eburne to produce the ultimate guide to historic and modern gardens. Gardens are amongst the fastest-growing visitor attractions today - in the UK alone 15 million people will visit a garden this year.