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Three Modes of Landscaping : Old Wisdoms into New Ideas beyond the Edge of Landscapes

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Authors
Hwang, Keewon
Issue Date
2003
Publisher
서울대학교 환경대학원
Citation
환경논총, Vol.41, pp. 129-135
Abstract
Landscape architecture, in spite of its definitional ambiguity, is a professional work to make (or improve, convert, conserve) the existing environment more functional, more beautiful and more healthful. Ever since its rebirth in the 19th century, landscape architecture acquired quite noticeable recognition from outside and sufficient pride from inside. However contemporary landscape architects are eager for new solutions or improvements to deal with 'landscapes on the edge,' which are in the process of unprecedented changes. This paper aims at proposing alternative approaches of landscape architecture by re-interpreting three modes of landscaping, which especially have been studied and implemented all the time in the East Asia. Cultural meanings in terms of traditional wisdoms and axioms in landscape art are reinterpreted into modem ones related to landscape architecture, as cutting ideas (or hopefully as a new paradigm) toward the theme of this Congress.
ISSN
2288-4459
Language
English
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/90629
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