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Articles in the General Interest category

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Recent General Interest Articles

  1. New Cultural Landscapes

    Join us at CELA 2014!

    Routledge is delighted to announce that we will be attending the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture Conference (CELA) this month.

  2. A Video with Tom Turner on Garden Design, Ideas, and History

    Tom Turner edits the website and teaches on the undergraduate and Masters programmes in garden history and landscape architecture at the University of Greenwich in London. He is also the author of British Gardens, European Gardens, Asian Gardens, and Garden History.  In this video he presents garden history in general--concerning how garden design has been the result of the interplay of ideas of art, religion, philosophy, planting, construction, and much else. His video ends with a statement on the growing importance of sustainable garden design. 


  3. Refurbishment and Renovation

    Routledge now publish an extensive list of books to help with all of your refurbishment and renovation needs from regulations to conservation and energy efficiency to design and planning.

    You can view all relevant tiles in the new Refurbishment and Renovation Online Catalog.

  4. Landscape Catalog 2013

    Welcome to the 2013 Landscape Catalog, showcasing our new and key backlist titles in landscape architecture, garden design, environmental planning and beyond. It’s another great year for Routledge Landscape, with exciting new books publishing across the list. Some particular highlights include:

    - Guidelines for Landscape Visual Impact Assessment, 3rd edition which is filled with essential good practice information for assessing the impact of designs
    - Place Attachment – a textbook exploring our emotional bonds to locations
    - British Gardens as the third in our series of books on international garden history
    - Landscape Architect’s Pocket Book, 2nd edition – an indispensable handy resource for landscape architects in the field.

  5. 5 Minutes with Nadia Amoroso

    Nadia Amoroso is the Founder and Creative Director of DataAppealTM, a data-design visualization company. She also teaches design studio and visual communications at the University of Toronto. She holds and has held a number of international academic and administrative positions including Lawrence Halprin Fellow at Cornell University, the Garvan Chair Visiting Professor, and Associate Dean. She specializes in visual representation, analog and digital graphics, and architectural and landscape architectural design. 

    She is the author of The Exposed City: Mapping the Urban Invisibles (Routledge, 2010) and Representing Landscapes: A Visual Collection of Landscape Architecture Drawings ( Routledge 2012)

  6. 15 Best Selling Books from Routledge Landscape

    The top 15 best selling Landscape books published by Routledge. For a more comprehensive list of what books are available in this area see our catalogs


  7. 5 minutes with Tom Turner ( October 2012)

    Tom Turner is an English landscape architect, garden designer and garden historian teaching at the University of Greenwich in London. He is the author of books and articles on landscape and gardens and is the editor of the Garden History Reference Encyclopedia CD and the online Gardens Guide. Educated at the Universities of St Andrews and Edinburgh, he studied landscape architecture under Frank Clarke. His latest book British Gardens is out in April 2013

  8. Celebrate the Olympics with Routledge

    What better way to get in the mood for the Olympics than to celebrate with Routledge.

    For the duration of the Olympics and Paralympics we will be showcasing some of our new and key books and journals related to the Games.

  9. Thoughts from the Landscape Editor - July 2012

    - London was in bloom recently with the RHS Chelsea Flower Show – this year there was also a fringe festival taking place. Our author Tom Turner created a walking tour of London Gardens for the fringe – more information from his website . Tom’s latest book, British Gardens, is in Production now and will be available early next year – you can preorder it here

    - As term draws to an end it’s time to look at textbooks for next year. We’re delighted that Simon Bell’s very popular book ‘Landscape: Pattern, Perception and Process’ is being released in a second edition in a few short weeks. There are more details about the book on our website, and if you’re a lecturer interested in adopting it you can order an inspection copy there too

    - Our journals team have been busy, and recently acquired Landscape History, the journal of the Society for Landscape Studies. To celebrate this, we’re offering the first issue from T&F completely free!

  10. July 2012 Newsletter Related Titles

    With so many great titles publishing this quarter it has been impossible to give them all the justice they deserve in our July newsletter, so to be sure you don't miss out you can find them all below. Those of you who received our July update will have a discount code for 20% off when you buy online. If you are not already registered you can sign up for future newsletters here.

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