By Caroline Constant
In The Modern Architectural Landscape Caroline Constant examines diverse approaches to landscape in the work of architects practicing in Europe and the United States between 1915 and the mid-1980s. Constant focuses on the precise material forms and ideological underpinnings of landscapes conceived by architects, revealing them as salient to the formulation of both modern architecture and the modern landscape.
PRAISE FOR THE MODERN ARCHITECTURAL LANDSCAPE:
“This is a book which architect aficionados of landscape design have long been waiting for, written by a critical scholar who has devoted the best part of the last twenty years to a progressive analysis of the interplay between modern architectural form and the landscape by which it has been invariably amplified.”—Kenneth Frampton, author of Modern Architecture: A Critical History
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Caroline Constant is professor of architecture at the University of Michigan and a fellow of the American Academy in Rome.
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