Drawing for Landscape Architects 2
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In recent years, perspective views have swept into the foreground in the field of landscape architecture. They have become the showpiece of any new design project, frequently overshadowing the plan as the principal graphic mediator of ideas. This manual examines the history of these multifaceted images, their power to shape our expectations and thinking, and, naturally, how to create them.
Perspectives communicate planned spaces quite unlike any other orthographic architectural projections, easily connecting with human modes of vision and perception. Yet we have become so accustomed to seeing them that we no longer examine their messages. Moving chronologically from the Renaissance to the present day, the book charts their evolution and dissects the motives behind their construction, while providing practical advice on how to compose elucidatory and persuasive imagery.
・Introduction to terminology: Basics and principles
・Constructing a perspective
・Transmitting the message: Landscape as a medium for ideas
・Enduring themes, such as beauty and the sublime
・The future potential of perspective views
Sabrina Wilk is a landscape architect, born in Toronto, Canada. She specialises in visual representation and analogue and digital graphics in landscape design, and has worked with many different landscape architecture offices in Germany, Canada, and the UK. Since 2005, she has been Professor of Drawing and Visualisation at the Faculty of Landscape Architecture, at Weihenstephan-Triesdorf University of Applied Sciences. She has held lectureships in graphics and design at the University of Greenwich and at University College Dublin. She founded the LineScape drawing initiative in 2007 to promote and foster drawing practice and techniques within the landscape architectural professions.
- ISBN: 978-3-86922-853-2
- Format: 22,5 x 28 cm
- Seiten: 308
- Abbildungen: 550
- Autoren: Sabrina Wilk
- Sprache: Englisch
- Verlag: DOM publishers