Landscape Architecture Classification

English Abstract: 

"This is the first comprehensive classification of the field of Landscape Architecture. It attempts to show in detail both the subjects making up the field, as far as possible in their logical relations and as regarded from various points of view, and also the relation of the field itself to tangent fields. The profession of Landscape Architecture is now so well established, with a background of accomplishment, and public familiarity with the subject and with its literature is now so general, that a classification can be produced with the reasonable certainty that its main divisions will remain permanently useful, and that future developments of the subject can find logical places within the present outline, with changes, if at all, only in some of the minor headings. This classification has been worked out primarily for use with the extensive collections of the Harvard School of Landscape Architecture Library, and has proved increasingly satisfactory through eight years of development and adaptation."

Alternative Title: 
Landscape architecture: a comprehensive classification scheme for books, plans, photographs, notes and other collected material
English Title: 
Landscape Architecture Classification
Harvard University, Department of Landscape Architecture
KOS Types Vocabulary: 
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