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Garden Design Master Class

Author : Carl Dellatore
ISBN : 9780847866663
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 89.98 MB
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The author of Interior Design Master Class brings together essays by 100 landscape architects and garden designers reflecting on universal gardening questions, illustrated with photos of each designer's work. A classic in the making, Garden Design Master Class brings together 100 essays by some of the top garden designers working today, from acknowledged experts such as Nancy Goslee Power on sunlight and Arabella Lennox-Boyd on borders, to acclaimed tastemakers such as Carolyne Roehm on the pleasures of a vegetable garden. Spanning styles and genres, principles and tenets, collectively these essays and their accompanying images represent a comprehensive education for the reader, giving him or her the benefit of expert design advice and philosophy, from practical considerations such as seedlings and pathways to stylistic concerns such as asymmetry and rhythm. Each essay is paired with photographs of the designer's work that illustrate the principles being discussed, adding a powerful visual component to the book. Unique in the quality of its contributors, this book will be a landmark publication in the field, helpful and inspirational for the amateur gardener, as well as students of garden design and garden design professionals.
Category: Gardening

Garden Masterclass

Author : John Brookes
ISBN : CORNELL:31924094803644
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 66.12 MB
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Drawn from forty years of experience, an authoritative guide to garden design, filled with lively text, magnificent full-color photographs, and annotated sketches, shows how to transform any garden into a creative masterpiece.
Category: Gardening

Setting The Scene

Author : George Carter
ISBN : 1910258598
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In Setting the Scene, leading landscape/garden designer and Chelsea Gold medallist George Carter distils a career of over thirty years in garden design into pithy lessons that will be invaluable to any garden designer (or garden owner). George Carter's work has been inspired by the gardens of the past, from the formality of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries to the informal landscapes of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He cites the landscape designer Humpry Repton (1752-1818) as his greatest influence. Setting the Scene shows us how successful gardens are designed and made. Following the pattern set by Repton in his famous Red Books, George Carter takes us through the process in meticulous detail, leading us from the initial site plan to the glory of the finished garden, and illustrating each chapter with photographs and plans of gardens from his own portfolio, including Albemarle House in Charlottesville, Virginia, a cottage in Pennsylvania, farmhouses in Mirmande in south-eastern France, Los Moritos in Trujillo, The Garden of Surprises in Burghley, Lincolnshire, Penshurst Place, Kent, Holkham Hall, Norfolk, the Royal Hospital, Chelsea, his own garden at Silverstone Farm, Norfolk, and the garden of the Queen's Gallery at Buckingham Palace.
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Interior Design Master Class

Author : Carl Dellatore
ISBN : 9780847848904
Genre : Decoration and ornament
File Size : 47.41 MB
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"Features one hundred essays by America's top designers--from established design legends to members of the new guard--that explore in detail the process of designing a home, from the fundamentals to the finishing touches"--Amazon.com.
Category: Decoration and ornament

Garden Design

Author : Heidi Howcroft
ISBN : 9781784721077
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 27.80 MB
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Winner of the Garden Media Guild Book Photographer of the Year 2015 'This book will inspire readers to envision what is possible even in the smallest, most improbable spaces'. Publishers Weekly 'Just looking at Marianne's stunning photographs made me want to go outside and start re-thinking my plot....I defy any reader not to find a style they can feel comfortable with in this book, there are plenty of ideas which can be adopted, even for the most difficult location'. Reckless Gardener There is no one way to design a garden. The variations and breadth of possibilities are astonishing but it is the choices of the individual that make the world of gardens so exciting. Creating a garden is part common sense and part instinct but we all need inspiration to help us realize the garden we want. Garden Design: A Book of Ideas is the must-have visual reference for garden owners, architects and designers. With over 600 images by award-winning photographer Marianne Majerus and incisive advice from garden designer and best-selling writer Heidi Howcroft, this book takes the reader from getting the concept right to choosing the perfect finishing touches for your outdoor space. The gardens featured are large and small, urban and rural in a wide range of styles from contemporary to classical to naturalistic. Every aspect of designing a garden is explored, from assessing your plot and soil to choosing a style as your inspiration, selecting the right components (be they hard landscaping, boundaries or plants) and tackling more challenging spaces.
Category: Gardening

Understanding Garden Design

Author : Vanessa Gardner Nagel
ISBN : 9781604692563
Genre : Gardening
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Designing a garden is a complex task. Where do you start? What kind of skills do you need? What are the logical steps in creating a design? How do you communicate your ideas to a client, and how do you accommodate a client’s requests while maintaining the integrity of the project? The answers to these questions, and many more, can all be found in Understanding Garden Design. Most books on garden design focus on only one or a few aspects of garden design—choosing plants or creating a hardscape, for example. This comprehensive, accessible book lays out the entire process from start to finish in clear, precise language that avoids the pitfalls of “designspeak.” In fact, garden owners and clients of garden designers who want to understand more about the designer’s craft will be able to profit from the book’s lessons. Among the many topics covered are how to document a site, how to determine what a client needs and wants from the garden, how to take architectural features into consideration, how to think about circulation and lay out paths, how to use basic design principles, how to work with plants, and how to create a final design. Practical aspects are clearly laid out, including working with contractors and staying on top of the various phases of construction. This thorough handbook is profusely illustrated with helpful photographs and diagrams. A particularly interesting tool is the hypothetical garden plan that appears in each chapter to show how to apply the topics at hand. A practical, logical approach to the planning, design, and installation of a garden, this volume will be an invaluable resource for students, landscape professionals, and garden designers.
Category: Gardening

The Essential Garden Design Workbook

Author : Rosemary Alexander
ISBN : 9781604691436
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 42.21 MB
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The Essential Garden Design Workbook guides the reader through every stage of planning a garden — how to survey a site, how to choose landscaping materials, and how to develop planting schemes. This fully revised and updated second edition features new U.S. case studies and new photographs. Valuable tips on green gardening are new to this edition, and include how to harvest rainwater, how to design a green roof, tips on sustainable planting, and a guide to composting. Tailor-made for hands-on gardeners, the workbook approach is accessible, practical, and can be used to create a garden from scratch and to redesign an existing garden. Gardeners will find easy ways to measure large spaces, estimate the height of a tree, and find the right proportions for a deck. They'll also find tips on space, light, and color. Includes hundreds of easy-to-follow line drawings and diagrams.
Category: Gardening

The Garden

Author :
ISBN : CORNELL:31924089453439
Genre : Botany
File Size : 54.67 MB
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Category: Botany

Annual Report

Author : New York Botanical Garden
ISBN : UOM:39015053970029
Genre : Botanical gardens
File Size : 25.69 MB
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Category: Botanical gardens

Front Yard And Backyard Idea Book

Author : Jeni Webber
ISBN : 9781561587957
Genre : Garden ornaments and furniture
File Size : 84.53 MB
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Front Yard and Backyard Idea Bookis the ultimate idea folder of more than 500 innovative ways to transform every part of your outdoor land into personal and livable space. Fresh ideas on topics large and small, from the front entry and driveway to the back deck, kids' recreation areas, lighting, decorating the outdoors, and safety, are featured. Today's front and backyards are much more than just lawns. Outdoor kitchens make cooking a treat for the senses while backyard fireplaces create a natural gathering place for friends and family. Decks, patios and porches can be transformed into fully furnished outdoor rooms with floors, walls and ceilings. Front Yard & Backyard Idea Bookhelps readers unlock the extraordinary possibilities of these incredibly flexible areas, and showcases a huge array of cutting-edge ideas for turning yards into personal, satisfying spaces. New twists on old themes are offered, as well as some of the freshest ideas from the brightest talent in landscape design. An effective combination of stylistic concepts and hands-on advice helps you select specific projects, while hundreds of color photos inspire and delight. Two books in one, Front Yard & Backyard Idea Book will show you how to make full use of unlimited outdoor possibilities for lounging, dining, playing, and communing with nature.
Category: Garden ornaments and furniture

Garden Design

Author :
ISBN : UOM:39015047933299
Genre : Gardens
File Size : 34.24 MB
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Category: Gardens

A Master Class In Brand Planning

Author : Judie Lannon
ISBN : 111999490X
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 83.39 MB
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In 1988, on Stephen King’s retirement JWT published ‘The King Papers’ a small collection of Stephen King’s published writings spanning 1967-1985. They remain timelessly potentially valuable but are an almost unexploited gold mine. This book is comprised of a selection of 20-25 of Stephen King’s most important articles, each one introduced by a known and respected practitioner who, in turn, describes the relevance of the particular original idea to the communications environment of today. The worth of this material is that, although the context in which the original papers were written is different, the principles themselves are appropriate to marketing communications in today’s more complex media environment. The book will serve as a valuable reference book for today’s practitioners, as well as a unique source of sophisticated, contemporary thinking.
Category: Business & Economics

House Garden

Author :
ISBN : CORNELL:31924101557605
Genre : Interior decoration
File Size : 50.75 MB
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Category: Interior decoration

Garden Design Course

Author : John Brookes
ISBN : 1845332997
Genre : Gardens
File Size : 60.38 MB
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John Brookes dispenses his decades of knowledge and experience in the ultimate practical design course. He covers everything you need to know when designing part or all of a garden.
Category: Gardens

John Garrett S Black And White Photography Masterclass

Author : John Garrett
ISBN : 0817440445
Genre : Photography
File Size : 39.48 MB
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Here, noted author and photographer John Garrett distills over 30 years of photography and printmaking experience that will help both first-timers and those more familiar with the black-and-white picture-making process. In a refreshingly no-nonsense approach, he guides readers through the entire photographic process, from basic visualization and composition techniques to sophisticated darkroom procedures.
Category: Photography

The Public Garden

Author :
ISBN : CORNELL:31924097723518
Genre : Arboretums
File Size : 83.93 MB
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Category: Arboretums

Public Library Catalog

Author : Juliette Yaakov
ISBN : 0824210395
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
File Size : 61.42 MB
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Highly recommended reference works in all subject areas and non-fiction books for adults, plus information on electronic editions when available. More than 8,000 books in the main volume. More than 2,400 new titles in annual paperbound supplements. More than 2,000 analytic entries for items in collections and anthologies.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Horticulturist

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ISBN : WISC:89086119971
Genre : Horticulture
File Size : 70.43 MB
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Category: Horticulture

The Essentials Of Garden Design

Author : John Brookes
ISBN : UCSD:31822035414937
Genre : Gardening
File Size : 59.22 MB
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A comprehensive, richly illustrated introduction to the basic principles of garden design brings together more than 350 full-color photographs and garden plans with step-by-step guidelines on the essential tools and techniques of gardening, tips on working with specific sites, budget and space considerations, garden features and plantings, and more. 25,000 first printing.
Category: Gardening