Landscape analysis: Investigating the potentials of space and place
Analysing landscapes within a planning context requires both skill and insights. Drawing upon concrete examples, together with an examination of some theoretical concepts, this book guides the reader through a wide range of different approaches and techniques of landscape analysis that may be applied at different scales, from elementary site analysis to historical and regional studies. This is an essential book for students and graduate practitioners working in landscape architecture, planning and architecture.
Keywordslandscape architecture; landscape; landscape policy; landscape planning; landscape character assessment; landscape potential; impact assessment; landscape analysis; architecture
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Landscape - visual resource: the concept of landscape, analysis of 6 New Zealand assessment studies: [dissertation] submitted for the partial fulfilment of Diploma of Landscape Architecture, Lincoln College, University of Canterbury Chiu, J. E. (Lincoln College, University of Canterbury, 1982)People are mainly visual animals. For the sighted person, vision provides the key to synthesis of experience, although sensory data from other sources are used to ‘correct’ and ‘enrich’ what data the eye receives. That ...
The application of a new visualisation producing strategy in landscape planning and design: A case of visualisation in public participation in Kura Tāwhiti | Castle Hill : A dissertation submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Degree of Master of Landscape Architecture at Lincoln University Huang, Xinghua (Aria) (Lincoln University, 2021)With the rapid development over the past few decades, visualisation today was not just limited to the conventional still image, such as photomontage. Techniques like video simulation and panoramic video simulation drew ...
Ismail, Nor Atiah (Lincoln University, 2010)A residential landscape is one expression of the intrinsic and cognitive values of a relationship between humans and their environment. "Experiential landscape‟ is established when people shape and construct their living ...