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e-Book Pamela Burton Landscapes epub download

Author: Robert A. M. Stern,Pamela Burton
ISBN: 1568989652
Pages: 192 pages
Publisher: Princeton Architectural Press (October 6, 2010)
Language: English
Category: Architecture
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e-Book Pamela Burton Landscapes epub download

by Robert A. M. Stern,Pamela Burton



Pamela Burton established her Santa Monica-based landscape architecture practice in 1975

Pamela Burton established her Santa Monica-based landscape architecture practice in 1975. She is a fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects and was the recipient of the 2008 Residential Design Award of Honor from the Society of American Landscape Architects.

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Pamela Grace Burton (born September 16, 1948) is a landscape architect known for her interdisciplinary approach to private and public projects, bringing together plant materials, art, and architecture. In 2006 she became a fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). Burton was born in Santa Monica, California. She earned a bachelor's degree in Environmental Design and a Master's of Architecture from University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) in 1975.

Pamela Burton Landscapes book. The idea, according to Burton, "must be simple, harmonious, perceptible and the product of a totality of experience. Following the careful observation of a site's natural forces, she lets her mind wander beyond professional knowledge.

The gardens – designed by celebrated landscape architect Pamela Burton with expansive lawns, mature trees, and drought-tolerant plantings organized around a reflecting pool – provide a variety of spaces, from informal rooms.

The gardens – designed by celebrated landscape architect Pamela Burton with expansive lawns, mature trees, and drought-tolerant plantings organized around a reflecting pool – provide a variety of spaces, from informal rooms with outdoor fireplaces for entertaining to intimate arbor-covered seating areas. The diagonal siting of the streamlined form provides open vistas between neighboring towers to the ocean to the south, to Beverly Hills to the west, and to the surrounding cityscape. One Park Avenue, New York, NY 10016 +1 212-967-5100 infoa.

Pamela Burton Landscapes. Saved in: Bibliographic Details. Main Author: Burton, Pamela. Other Authors: Stern, Robert A. M. Format: eBook. Published: New York : Princeton Architectural Press, 2010. Subjects: Burton, Pamela. Landscape architecture United States.

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Pamela Burton Landscapes and Private Landscapes: Modernist Gardens in Southern California. Education and philosophy. Burton was created in Santa Monica, California.

The idea, according to Burton, "must be simple, harmonious, perceptible and the product of a totality of experience. For Burton, landscapes are symbolic creationswild spaces in which the journey itself, a sequence of discrete experiences in space and time, is paramount.

Pamela Burton begins every garden or landscape project, no matter the size, with a big idea. The idea, according to Burton, "must be simple, harmonious, perceptible and the product of a totality of experience." Following the careful observation of a site's natural forces, she lets her mind wander beyond professional knowledge. For Burton, landscapes are symbolic creationswild spaces in which the journey itself, a sequence of discrete experiences in space and time, is paramount. Her Bonhill Residence, overlooking Los Angeles's west side, was inspired by the elegant gardens of Sissinghurst Castle in Kent, England and is conceived as a series of outdoor "rooms." In her design for the Santa Monica Public Library, Burton created a series of courtyards that weave the interior spaces together, and are integrated with the library as a metaphor for bringing light to the world beneath the surface of the ocean, in the same way that she perceives libraries bringing knowledge to light. Working with Moore, Ruble, Yudell Architects, Burton's landscape designreinforces the library's civic quality. Receptive to the nuances and idiosyncrasies of a site but unafraid to explore the world of ideas, Burton has established herself as a leading figure within the enduring legacy of California modern landscape design. Pamela Burton Landscapes presents nineteen of her built works for public and private clients, with sites ranging from beach to desert and from farm to city block.