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Rooftop Garden Design

Wydawnictwo: Images Publishing
Autor: David Fletcher
Dostępność:
Nakład wyczerpany
199,00 zł

ISBN: 9781864706468

Oprawa: twarda, Format: 30x24,5 cm, Stron: 224, 2015 r. 

Green roofs—the ultimate in sustainable building practices—continue to generate enormous interest and enthusiasm among architects, landscape designers, and urban planners.

This richly illustrated book provides a comprehensive guide to contemporary trends in rooftop garden design, and provides definitive theory and design industry knowledge. The designers of the project case sties are leaders in their fields, and are drawn from across Australia, Chile, China, Europe, Japan, Mexico, Philippines, Scandinavia, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, and Vietnam.

The designers provide details on the benefits of their rooftop gardens, offering readers profound inspiration and informative reviews of the work, design considerations, operation and maintenance. This book is essential for anyone working or stying in the rooftop construction, environmental landscape and design fields.

David Fletcher is an urban designer and landscape architect and the founding principal of Fletcher Stio, an innovative and award-winning collaborative practice based in San Francisco. Fletcher holds a Master of Landscape Architecture, with distinction, from the Harvard Design School. He also holds a Bachelor of Art in Stio Art and a Bachelor of Science in Landscape Architecture from the University of California at Davis, both with honors.

He has taught urban design and landscape architecture at Harvard Design School, the Southern California Institute of Architecture, the Centre d’Ete et díUrbanisme in France, Woodbury University, UCLA, Otis College, USC School of Architecture. He is presently an associate professor at the California College of the Arts in the Department of Architecture. He was also the assistant curator and exhibition designer of Inhabiting Infrastructure at the Harvard Design School.