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Italian Villas and Gardens: A Corso Di Disegno (Anglais) Broché – 30 décembre 1999

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Book by Van Der Ree Paul Smienk Gerrit Steenbergen Clemens

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A must-have well-illustrated overview of italian villas 1 novembre 2000
Par Mikes - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book is the best all-around overview of the design of Italian Villa Gardens I have found to date. This is largely due to the strength of the analytical diagrams that carefully disect the spatial organization of the villa, and faithfully explore the house-garden relationship that is the essence of these places. If you are an architecture or landscape architecture student interested in the Italian villa, the diagrams are some of the best published sources available. The text is very concise, almost too short...but this also makes the topic useful for the student with more interest in the topic than time. Fortunately the authors know their topic well enough to focus their commentary with great precision.
An exposé in black and white 9 décembre 2012
Par Lupo Montegrigio - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is an excellent complement to all the coffee table books on the subject. Not a color photo to be found, just a few small ones i black and white. But the real attraction are the numerous (150+) architectural drawings especially commissioned for this book. They are clean and clear, showing the structures as simplified geometrical shapes, much like building blocks. It's fascinating to get a birds eye view of the bare bones of the gardens' stairs, walls, hedges, trees and parterres along with the actual villa. The areas showed (as chapters) are: Tuscany, the city of Rome (and it's close neighbourhood), the Roman Campagna (meaning Tivoli and north of Latium), Frascati, Veneto and the North (the lakes and Veneto). This means you won't find the Marche, the Naples area or Sicily included.

A larger number of villas are presented on a map introducing each area. From this roughly half are selected to be presented individually in text and by drawings on the following pages in the chapter.

So if you are blessed with the eyes of an architect or would like to develope this skill you are in for a treat. I've returned to this book many times and enjoyed it tremendously. It offers a great chance to understand the complete structures otherwise only possible by a visit "in situ".
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