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Architects Journal
Mary Bowman and Neil Porter

  • Theme: landscape and exterior products

    1-Feb-2005

    Landscape architects are increasingly required to work with ground conditions that are not 'natural'. But how does one approach a landscape design when the ground is completely man-made, or so heavily contaminated that it must be stripped of its original character? The following case studies, designed by Gustafson Porter, present solutions to those problems and demonstrate how landscapes can be created to live and thrive on man-made ground
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