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Rust red : landscape park Duisburg-Nord

Author: Peter LatzKarl GanserMarc TreibKarl-Heinz DanielzikJörg DettmarAll authors
Publisher: Munich : Hirmer, [2016] ©2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Landscape Park Duisburg Nord is one of the most remarkable examples worldwide of an intelligent and appealing approach to dealing with the legacy of industry. In his vision for the park, Peter Latz largely abandons the classical garden art concept of beautifying agricultural and forestal patterns. Instead, he focuses on the complex information system of urban infrastructure and industry. With this book, Peter  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter Latz; Karl Ganser; Marc Treib; Karl-Heinz Danielzik; Jörg Dettmar; Peter Keil; Egbert Bodmann; Ralf Winkels; Günther Lipkowsky; Tilman Latz; Wigbert Riehl; Kerstin Walter; Cordula Gielen; Anneliese Latz; Caroline Ahrens
ISBN: 9783777424279 3777424277
OCLC Number: 964456866
Description: 287 pages : color illustrations, maps ; 29 cm
Responsibility: Peter Latz ; Forewords, 'In Focus' Contributions, Epilogue: Karl Ganser, Marc Trieb, Karl-Heinz Danielzik, Jörg Dettmar, Peter Keil, Egbert Bodmann, Ralf Winkels, Günther Lipkowsky, Tilman Latz, Wigbert Riehl, Kerstin Walter ; editing, Cordula Gielen, Anneliese Latz ; English translation, Caroline Ahrens.

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In the 1990s the landscape architect Peter Latz and his team designed and executed a park that transcended all fashions and trends. This volume provides insights into twelve years of planning and  Read more...

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