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Geoffrey Jellicoe Susan Jellicoe
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From small gardens to complete cities, humans have always moulded their environment to express or symbolize ideas - power, order, comfort, harmony, pleasure, mystery. It is Geoffrey and Susan Jellicoe's distinction to have realized that these are manifestations of a single process, and to have linked them all together. Taking twenty-eight 'cultures' from Ancient Mesopotamia to the Post-Renaissance West, the authors first summarize the social and intellectual background, then describe how this is expressed in in terms of landscape, and finally demonstrate their case in a series of picture spreads showing what actually happened. The final section - about a fifth of the whole - is devoted to planning since 1945. This edition has been revised and expanded to bring the text completely up to date, and show the implications of today's trends in landscape architecture and planning for tomorrow's world.

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ISBN13 (SKU) 9780500278192V
Title The Landscape of Man - Shaping the Environment from Prehistory to the Present Day
Author Geoffrey Jellicoe Susan Jellicoe
Edition 3rd
Publisher Gardners
Publication Date 1995
Country of Publication United Kingdom
Format Type Physical
Number of Pages 408
Institutions University of Pretoria
Course Codes OML110
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