Waterfronts continually evolve, moving through phases and meanings. Today, the landscape urbanism and waterfront reclamation movements are inextricably linked and are now as inevitable as the rising sun. More than seams between city and water, waterfronts are metaphorical links between our post, present and future. The book selects and showcases 46 latest projects of waterfront landscape designs all over the world. These projects respond to different design challenges with a commitment to providing responsible and innovative solutions. With lavishly illustrated images, professional design drawings and limpid texts, the book offers readers a large variety of methods and visions for approaching waterfront landscape design.
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Urban Waterfront Landscape Planning. By Diyun Hou . Master’s Thesis for . European Spatial Planning and Regional Development . Supervised by Katinka Schartau . Blekinge Institute of Technology . Karlskrona, Sweden 2009 . 1