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The existence of landscape architecture
as a concept, as coined by j. C. London,
dates only to 1840, and its use as a profes
sional title to 1862, when Olmsted and
Vaux described themselves as landsca
Forging New Landscapes. by Janine-Earner
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LANEIEOAPE alto tunes are inseparable.
Without image there is no such thing as [and
smpe. only unmediated environment. This
distinction can he dated back to the O
Landscape Archiiedure: An Apocalypc Monifeslo'
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The Beholding Eye
Ten Versions of the Same Scene
"Landscape" is at once an old and pleasant word in common speech and a technical term in
special professions1. As Americans become more conscious of and concerned about their visible