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Exploring the Boundaries of Landscape Architecture (August 2012)

Exploring the Boundaries of Landscape Architecture is the first systematic attempt to explore the territory at the boundaries of landscape architecture. It addresses academics, professionals and students, not just from landscape architecture but also from its neighboring discipline, all of whom will benefit from a better understanding their areas of shared interest and the chance to develop a common language with which to converse.

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