Design guidelines for the landscape of airports : [dissertation, Diploma in Landscape Architecture, Lincoln College]

dc.contributor.authorJew, L. A.
dc.description.abstractAir transport is a service industry catering for people and therefore an analysis of the needs of travellers, visitors and workers associated with the facility is paramount in the design process of an airport. This will extend to specific consideration of the social and cultural patterns of the country or region to ensure a reflection of the endemic character in the design of the facilities. Integrated into this process are the international safety requirements of aviation and those of the client in the project, namely the airlines. Air transport is not a single market. It consists of a wide variety of services, quite distinct both in their nature and their customers. Therefore close and continuing consultation is necessary with all parties who make up the team of clients. The involvement of the landscape architect from the early stages is one of the most important principles in ensuring that the landscape design is successful.en
dc.format77 leaves
dc.publisherLincoln College, University of Canterbury
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dc.subjectairport designen
dc.subjectlandscape planningen
dc.subjectlandscape architectureen
dc.subjectutility planningen
dc.subjectAuckland International Airporten
dc.subjectair transportation facilitiesen
dc.subject.anzsrcANZSRC::120506 Transport Planningen
dc.subject.anzsrcANZSRC::150701 Air Transportation and Freight Servicesen
dc.subject.anzsrcANZSRC::120107 Landscape Architectureen
dc.titleDesign guidelines for the landscape of airports : [dissertation, Diploma in Landscape Architecture, Lincoln College]en
lu.contributor.unitSchool of Landscape Architecture of Canterburyen of Landscape Architectureen