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|Title: ||The blindspot: a thesis in landscape architecture|
|Authors: ||Lim, Jennifer Louise|
|Supervisor: ||Eaton, Marcella (Landscape Architecture)|
|Examining Committee: ||Wilson Baptist, Karen (Landscape Architecture) Mavridis, Maria (Qualico Communities)|
|Graduation Date: ||October 2011|
|Issue Date: ||9-Sep-2011|
|Abstract: ||The intent of this thesis is to catalogue and seek to understand why we desire
what we desire and how this desire is transcribed onto the landscape. Applying this
knowledge can be used to assist landscape architects through the design process by
understanding the complex systems that interact to define I and We.
Questions of concern to this thesis can be summarized as;
• Is the theory that our desires affect the designs of landscape architects tenable?
• Can this theory be implemented?
• And, if so, to what degree?|
|Appears in Collection(s):||FGS - Electronic Theses & Dissertations (Public)|
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