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Donata & Christoph Valentien: Shanghai New Botanic Garden.
VALENTIEN
Donata & Christoph Valentien: Shanghai New Botanic Garden.
To propose a botanical garden in one of the world's most rapidly expanding cities is of course a gesture that invokes ecological issues regarding sustainability and the conservation of plant life. The German landscape architect's planning group Valentien intend the garden that they are constructing, for Chenshan (Hill Chen) in the Song Jiang District of Shanghai (just outside the city center), to be such a gesture, as well as a model of plant conservation and scientific research development-and one of Shanghai's most ambitious landmarks.

Category: Landscape, Landscape Architecture
Binding: Pap.
Pages: 96 pp.
Publisher: Jovis.
Year: 2008
Publication Place: Berlin,
ISBN: 9783939633587
Book Id: 79114

Price: $40.00

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