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Title: Rapid Creek, Darwin, Australia: recollecting place
Authors: Haylock, Christine
Supervisor: McLachlan, Ted (Landscape Architecture)
Examining Committee: Cram, Heather (Landscape Architecture) Nedotiafko, Rob (Manitoba Conservation)
Graduation Date: February 2012
Keywords: Australia
Estuary
Landscape
Embroidery
Drawing
Storytelling
Aboriginal
Issue Date: 1-Nov-2011
Abstract: Recollecting Place is the product of an experiential approach to Landscape Architecture. It is at once the re-telling of a place that is expected to be quite foreign to the reader as well as an examination of the method by which landscape architects assume truth of a place. As professionals, we develop a method by which we examine a site, re-tell its truth and then alter it somehow. Recollecting Place is the story of how the teller’s connections with the place in questions offer a version of the truth that can inform the design in a way that is different, and arguably more appropriate than if the site had been investigated by more traditional methods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1993/4972
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