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Green Escapes: The Guide to Secret Urban Gardens

Musgrave T
An insider's guide to the world's greatest 'secret' gardens, green spaces, and pocket parks tucked away in cities around the globe
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The Ingenious Mr Flitcroft: Palladian Architect 1697-1769

Hedley, Gill
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New Nordic Gardens: Scandinavian Landscape Design

Zetterman, Annika
A rich survey of Scandinavia's best and most inspiring contemporary gardens.
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Architect's Leadership Journal

The Architect's Leadership Journal is a weekly, structured journal, designed to support your self-development and build a habit of reflection and intention setting. It's the perfect tool for driven architects, designers and construction industry professionals looking to take their careers to the next level.
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Field Guide to Urban Gardening: How to Grow Plants, No Matter Where You Live: Raised Beds * Vertical Gardening * Indoor Edibles * Balconies and Rooftops * Hydroponics

Espiritu, Kevin
Field Guide to Urban Gardening helps you choose the best methods to match your unique small-space challenges and growing goals, and provides the nuts-and-bolts information you need to participate in any method you choose.
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A Moment in the Sun: Robert Ernest's Brief but Brilliant Life in Architecture

McCarter, Robert
A monograph on Robert Ernest, a forgotten figure in American mid-century modern architecture, who, before passing at the tragically early age of 28, designed three built works that, in ways both direct and indirect, influenced the development of architecture in Florida for the following three generations.
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The Space Between

HYLA Architects
Key to the firm's approach is found in the title The Space Between. It defines architecture as the space between the user and the environment and speaks of the architect's important role in modulating this relationship according to context and climate.
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The Victorian Garden

Ikin G
Gardening became a popular pastime in Victorian Britain with the rise of suburban gardens and a new public passion for the outdoors. This title explores the many aspects of Victorian gardening and introduces some of the most influential people of the age, including Joseph Paxton, John Loudon and Gertude Jekyll.
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