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Landscape Graphics (Revised Edition)
Title: Landscape Graphics (Revised Edition)
Plan, Section, Perspective Drawing of Landscape Spaces

ISBN: 0823073335

From the publisher:

Landscape Graphics presents an easy-to-master, logical progression of all thebasic graphics techniques used in landscape design and landscape architecture.The only book devoted exclusively to landscape graphics, its emphasis is ontime-saving methods that encourage the rapid development of skills.

Using clear illustrations and concise text, landscape architect Grand Reidshows the relationship between the four major design phases-program development,inventory and analysis, design development, and construction documentation--andtheir appropriate graphic products, including site analyses, concept plans andsketches, presentation plans, and working drawings.

Techniques of drawing with pencil, ink, and marker, of lettering,presentation plans, and section-elevation drawing are presented with a focus ontheir sequential mastery.

There is a file of symbols for sections and perspectives that has beenupdated with a multitude of new, fast, and effective symbols. The book also nowcontains a section on perspective development using a digital camera.

Appendixes provide clear instruction for conversions and equivalents.

Ideal for anyone beginning the study of landscape design or landscapearchitecture, this revised edition of an already indispensable reference will beequally useful to all practicing professionals who wish to sharpen their graphicskills--and through the use of new time-saving techniques--utilize their drawingand drafting time more profitably.

208 pages, paperback, Watson-Guptill Publications (10/2002)

Author: Grant W. Reid FASLA
Publisher: Watson-Guptill
Categories: Landscape, Landscape Technical,

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