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Garden Design

£55.00

Product description

Publisher: Country Life Limited 1965. Hardback. Author: Crowe, Sylvia. 229 pages. Diagrams and b&w photos and pictures.
Overall condition: very good, Dust jacket good with some small closed tears one open tear, all illustrated. Not price clipped. Green boards, good condition with some small pale speckles. Inside slight foxing, but otherwise clean and tight.
Sylvia Crowe was president of the Institute of Landscape Architects, 1957-1959, and responsible for multiple post war projects. This was 'the first constructive attempt to show how modern blight of subtopia could be arrested by creative thought and action'.

Item details

Author(s):
Sylvia Crowe
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16 x 24 cm
Edition:
1958, third impression from 1965
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
229
Publisher:
Country Life Limited
Title:
Garden Design

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Publisher: Country Life Limited 1965. Hardback. Author: Crowe, Sylvia. 229 pages. Diagrams and b&w photos and pictures.
Overall condition: very good, Dust jacket good with some small closed tears one open tear, all illustrated. Not price clipped. Green boards, good condition with some small pale speckles. Inside slight foxing, but otherwise clean and tight.
Sylvia Crowe was president of the Institute of Landscape Architects, 1957-1959, and responsible for multiple post war projects. This was 'the first constructive attempt to show how modern blight of subtopia could be arrested by creative thought and action'.

Author(s):
Sylvia Crowe
Condition:
Used: good
Dimensions:
16 x 24 cm
Edition:
1958, third impression from 1965
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
229
Publisher:
Country Life Limited
Title:
Garden Design

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