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Gardens of the Bagatelle in the Bois de Boulogne, Paris: the plant collections and the Allée des Arceaux, with the head gardener's house in the background

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Description: The Architecture of Western Gardens: A Design History from the Renaissance to the...
The term ‘Beaux-Arts’ is rarely used to describe a specific school of gardening or a single style of garden design. The Beaux-Arts method or tradition is, as numerous studies in recent years have shown, a methodological attitude with reference to an architectural project which, being formal, is characterized by the hierarchical organization of its components and the pragmatic use of...
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Monique Mosser (Editor), Georges Teyssot (Editor)
PublisherMIT Press

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