Books

  • Jan042020

    Publication | L’architecture d’aujour’hui | The Living City: Three Centuries of Park Systems

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  • Oct162019

    Publication | Arch+ | Eine Wand aus Datenpunkten

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  • May282019

    Theodor & Otto Froebel. Gartenkultur in Zürich im 19. Jahrhundert

    Claudia Moll traces the work of Theodor and Otto Froebel, two pioneers of the flourishing Swiss garden culture of the 19th century, who built up a worldwide trading network with a rich assortment of rare plants.

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  • May192018

    Melting Landscapes

    Sight and Sound observations of the Morteratsch Glacier

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  • Oct192016

    Thinking the Contemporary Landscape

    A 17-essay collection on contemporary landscape

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  • May192016

    The Course of Landscape Architecture

    A History of our Designs on the Natural World

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  • Jan192016

    Dieter Kienast

    A critical examination Kienast’s unrealized work, its design approach and its theoretical positions.

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  • Jun062010

    Landscapevideo. Landscape in Movement

    This title discusses the contribution landscape videos are making to the changing visual culture of landscape architecture. This title focuses on video work made within the department of Landscape Architecture at the University ETH in Zurich.

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  • Jun192009

    Eduard Neuenschwander

    Book design for the architect and environment designer Eduard Neuenschwander.

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  • Jun012008

    Gustav Ammann

    Modernist Landscapes in Switzerland

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  • Sep192006

    Zeitgeist Berlin Invalidenpark

    An old military park of 3 hectares located in Berlin Mitte was redesigned as one the first new public open space between East and West Berlin.

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  • Jan192004

    Small Urban Natures

    Whether it is the empty lawn in Pierrelaye, the serpentine in Alfortville or the hill with the huge cedar in the schoolyard in Rueil in Malmaison, all these projects make a reference to the location itself using bold gestures.

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