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Unformatted text preview: Lloyd 1 S. Lloyd Professor Sutton LA 103 Spring, 2008 Readings Notes #3: Chapter 13 Landscape Architecture . 2006 Zeisel, John. Excerpts from Inquiry by Design To be honest, I was surprised by the complexity and density of the information presented in Chapter 13 of the Landscape Architecture text. As a freshman in the Landscape Architecture program, my only previous exposure to the concept of circulation were the Lynchian Diagrams that we did in ENV 101; and that exposure was cursory at best. So, armed with that knowledge, I opened the book and began reading. The first thing I noticed was how confused I felt; I didnt really understand what I was reading. I knew things were getting weird when I read the following, Every object as a perceptible entity exists in time as well as in space. This is to say that an object cannot be comprehended in its entirety at any one instant or from any one point of observation. (213) At any rate, I continued to read about motion with reference to subjects such as: kinematics,...
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2010 for the course LA LA 103 taught by Professor Professorsutton during the Spring '08 term at Cal Poly Pomona.
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