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Land inSight : A Landscape Architectonic Investigation of Locus. / Bobbink, I.

Amsterdam : SUN, 2009. 192 p.

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abstract = "Land InSight is about recognising landscapes and the relationship between buildings and their surrounding environment. This book describes and explains ten prototypical Dutch landscapes using analytical drawings. The landscapes contain elements, such as a dyke, a field, a flood plain, a path and a brook, which are sketched one for one and localised using a situation photograph. Overview photos are used to highlight the elements in the landscape and elaborate these, with the aid of maps and drawings that describe the relationships between the elements in an area.",
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