Residential landscape architecture :
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|Books||712/.6 (Browse shelf)||Available|
Ch. 1. The typical residential site -- Ch. 2. Outdoor rooms -- Ch. 3. Sustainable design -- Ch. 4. Design process overview -- Ch. 5. Meeting the clients -- Ch. 6. Site measuring and base map preparation -- Ch. 7. Site and design program -- Ch. 8. Functional diagrams -- Ch. 9. Preliminary design and design principles -- Ch. 10. Form composition -- Ch. 11. Spatial composition -- Ch. 12. Material composition and master plan -- Ch. 13. Special project sites -- Ch. 14. Case studies in alternative design solutions -- Ch. 15. Rendering landscape design drawings in color.
"The newly revised fifth edition of Residential Landscape Architecture offers a skillfully-illustrated look into contemporary techniques for designing the single-family residential site. Paying special attention to the increasing demand for sustainability in residential design, this book is a rich resource for the current and aspiring landscape designer, offering professional, step-by-step explanations of the design process from initial contact with the client to a completed master plan."--BOOK JACKET.