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Transforming Uncommon Ground Gardens of Vladimir Sitta

By: Tempe Macgowan
176 pages, col photos, illus
Transforming Uncommon Ground
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  • Transforming Uncommon Ground ISBN: 9780711231283 Hardback Feb 2010 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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For over twenty years, Vladimir Sitta has provoked and inspired landscape architects, garden designers and garden owners. This book showcases some of his most distinctive gardens and provides the first comprehensive review of his work and his unique contribution to garden design.

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Tempe Macgowan is a Sydney-based award-winning landscape architect, urban designer and design writer. Since the mid-1980s she has written on landscape architecture, art, sculpture and urban design.

By: Tempe Macgowan
176 pages, col photos, illus
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A beautiful monograph Garden Design Journal

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