Across the Open Field: Essays Drawn from English Landscapes

Across the Open Field: Essays Drawn from English Landscapes

"Twenty-eight years ago I went to England for a three-month visit and rest. What I found changed my life."

So begins this memoir by one of America's best-known landscape architects, Laurie Olin. Raised in a frontier town in Alaska, trained in Seattle and New York, Olin found himself dissatisfied with his job as an urban architect and accepted an invitation to England to take a respite from work. What he found, in abundance, was the serendipity of a human environment… (more)

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Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press (September 07, 2012)

Collection: Penn Studies in Landscape Architecture

Parent ISBN: 9780812235319

Page count: 384 pages

Language: English


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