This monograph tells for the first time the history of the influential Richard Haag, founder of the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Washington (Seattle). Drawing upon an unpublished archive, it presents a total of 26 projects, including such famous designs as the Gas Works Park and the Bloedel Reserve.
Pages: 169 pp
Publisher: Maggioli Editore.
Publication Place: Santarcangelo di Romagna,
Book Id: 87430
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