2.23 LARCH 060

2.23 LARCH 060 - LARCH 060 Tuesday February 23rd 1999...

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LARCH 060 Tuesday, February 23rd, 1999 Announcements: none Lecture notes: ENGLISH LANDSCAPE SCHOOL (18C): Land/environment: Agricultural Landscape Possessed many Baroque ideas Pastoral/idealized landscape: farmland, version of paradise Nature's aesthetic (picture), health, simulating ideas through what you see Tasteful Socio-cultural milieu: Philosophers, poets, painters--used extensions of their ideas/dreams in landscaping Politics, partitioning (act of enclosure for ownership), Agricultural experimentation Satires about controlled vegetation (Alexander Pope) Design Expression: Serpentine roadways (arbitrary, curvy) and paths, meant so you don't experience a view twice Tree Clusters, turf--extend the vegetation Ha-has (invisible fences), folies--ancient structures, some artifacts are still in preruined states
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Mirrorlike, naturalistic water Controlled views, scenes Hampton Court--design that had ideas from Versailles (goosefoot intersection)
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