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No Matter How Many Skies Have Fallen: Back to the land in wartime England

Worpole, Ken
In March 1943 a group of Christian pacifists took possession of a vacant farm in Frating in Essex. There they established a working community. Frating Hall Farm provided a settlement and livelihood for individuals and families, and a temporary sanctuary for refugees and prisoners of war. This is the story of the community and its legacy.
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Urban Farmers: The Now (and How) of Growing Food in the City

Gestalten, Valery
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Resilient City: Landscape Architecture for Climate Change

Mertens, Elke
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250 Things a Landscape Architect Should Know

Ivers, Cannon
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Robotic Landscapes: Designing the Unfinished

Hurkxkens, Ilmar
The first book on the use of robotic technology in landscape design, introducing new, dynamic methods and previously inconceivable scenarios for implementation.
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150 Gardens You Need To Visit Before You Die

Waldek, Stefanie
This handsomely bound book in the '150' series showcases the most beautiful gardens in the world, renowned for their exceptional flora, imaginative designs, and inspiring locations.
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Japanese Gardens and Landscapes, 1650-1950

Kuitert, Wybe
In Japanese Landscapes and Gardens, 1650-1950 Wybe Kuitert presents a richly illustrated survey of the gardens and the people who commissioned, created, and used them and chronicles the modernization of traditional aesthetics in the context of economic, political, and environmental transformation.
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Chiswick House Gardens: 300 years of creation and re-creation

Jacques, David
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Landscape as Urbanism: A General Theory

Waldheim, Charles
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