|aVisual communication for landscape architecture /|cTrudi Entwistle, Edwin Knighton.
|aLondon :|bAVA Publishing,|c
|a200 p. :|bcol. ill. ;|c23 cm.
|aBasics landscape architecture ;|v03
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aUnderstanding landscape. Observational drawing -- Travel sketchbooks -- Photography -- Case study 01: Berczy Park -- Mapping -- Case study 02: The fairytale of Burscough Bridge -- Design exploration. Design sketchbooks -- The process of conceptualizing -- Case study 03: National Memorial Park design competition -- Sketch design -- Developmental models -- Case study 04: Olympic and Paralympic games, 2012 -- Visualizing in 2D. Evolution of a landscape graphic -- Plan graphics -- Case study 05: Media City -- Section / elevation -- Case study 06: Aberdeen City Gardens competition proposal -- Visualizing in 3D. Perspective -- Aerial perspective -- Axonometric and isometric projection -- Case study 07: St. Peter's Square -- Presentation model -- Case study 08: Gardens by the Bay -- Implementation. Working up detail -- Dimensions -- Drawings for contractors -- Case study 09: Private garden design -- Case study 10: Angel Field -- Presentation. Audience -- Conveying complexity -- Case study 11: Olympic and Paralympic Games, 2016 -- Layout Format -- Case study 12: The Chicago Green Alley Handbook -- Portfolio.
|aThe book demonstrates not only how and where a range of visual communication skills are needed to inform a design process, but also why they are essential. It illustrates how representational techniques can be sensitively applied in different contexts appropriate to a diverse range of design challenges and encourages experimentation with contemporary techniques.
內容簡介top Visual Communication for Landscape Architecture 簡介 Basics Landscape Architecture 03: Visual Communication for Landscape Architecture offers students and developing practitioners of landscape architecture a practical and inspirational guide to the use of visual communication in their design work. This book clearly illustrates how representational techniques (such as sketching, analytical drawing and 3D models) can best be used to solve a diverse range of design challenges. The book encourages students to question the most effective way to record, plan and communicate their designs through the use of representational technique projects. With over 200 images from a wide range of landscape architects and students, every technique is fully explored and explained to help the readers incorporate them into their own work. The structure of the book follows the narrative of a design sequence, from concept to execution, which helps embed representational techniques as an integral part of the creative design process. Numerous tips and exercises will help reinforce students?understanding of contemporary techniques and their sensitive application, encouraging experimentation and acquisition of the broad palette of representational techniques available to today landscape architects.