Reframing the Given : How can design techniques drawn from the disciplines of landscape architecture, architecture and the fine arts help to identify and incorporate landscape forces within the analysis phase of landscape architectural design process?

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Griffiths, Christopher
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Master of Landscape Architecture
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Unitec Institute of Technology
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2005
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Barnett, Rod
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Masters Dissertation
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forces
contemporary design process
techniques
analysis
Haecceity (philosophy)
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Griffiths, C. P. (2005). Reframing the Given : How can design techniques drawn from the disciplines of landscape architecture, architecture and the fine arts help to identify and incorporate landscape forces within the analysis phase of landscape architectural design process?. Unpublished thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the degree of Master of Landscape Architecture, Unitec Institute of Technology, New Zealand.
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The purpose of this research, then, is to identify, unravel, and utilise the often overlooked and unseen forces operating in landscapes. My investigation is intended to allow for the elaboration of rich and intricate patterns of organisation in order to enable the deployment of these by landscape students and professionals. This involves thinking of landscape architecture as an operator and regulator of rhythmic moments occurring in the landscape, rather than as a tool with which to configure bounded terrains containing objects.
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