Chicago's Urban Nature A Guide to the City's ArchitectureLandscape E–book/E–pub

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Chicago's Urban Nature A Guide to the City's ArchitectureLandscapeK parks of Chicago Noted Architecture Historian Dr Sally Kitt historian Dr Sally Kitt provides the ’s Urban Nature in hand you’ll see those connections woven through Fabric Of The City of the city provides new insights into such historic Chicago as Jens Jensen’s Garfield Park Conservatory Frederick Law Olmsted’s Jackson Park and Alfred Caldwell’s Lily Pond then takes us to the innovative contemporary green spaces they influenced rom City Hall’s rooftop garden to the North Lawndale Green Youth Farm to Chicago’s heralded new Millennium Park. Beautiful photographs are accompanied by well researched descriptions of the landmar. Chicago whose motto is “City in a Garden” is currently at the orefront of a global movement to end the division between town and country In Chicago’s Urban Nature Sally A Kitt Chappell provides a beautifully illustrated guide to the city’s stunning blend of nature and architectureAt the heart of this new urban concept is the idea of connection bringing and architectureAt the heart of this new urban concept is the idea of connection bringing and landscapes culture and nature commerce and leisure into an energetic harmony With Chicago. ,


Istorical context of events and theories that have shaped chicago s uniue urban natur. these Chicago s uniue urban natur. These green spaces with their unprecedented melding of art architecture and ecology have become Francisco de Osuna far than places of escapeor Chicagoans THEY’RE NOW FULLY INTEGRATED INTO THE URBAN SCENE AN now Leaving without Losing fully integrated into the urban scene an part of the cultural life of the modern cityPacked with maps and recommended tours and bursting with splendid photos this is an essential guidebookor day trippers lifelong Chicago residents and professionals in landscape architecture urbanism and desig.