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Landscape Architect's Pocket Book 2nd New edition [Pehme köide]

(TGP Glasgow, UK), (Austin-Smith: Lord, UK), (TGP Glasgow, UK), (Austin-Smith:Lord, UK)
  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 340 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 198x129x18 mm, kaal: 386 g, 78 Line drawings, black and white; 110 Tables, black and white; 20 Illustrations, black and white
  • Sari: Routledge Pocket Books
  • Ilmumisaeg: 11-Apr-2013
  • Kirjastus: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 0415630843
  • ISBN-13: 9780415630849
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  • Formaat: Paperback / softback, 340 pages, kõrgus x laius x paksus: 198x129x18 mm, kaal: 386 g, 78 Line drawings, black and white; 110 Tables, black and white; 20 Illustrations, black and white
  • Sari: Routledge Pocket Books
  • Ilmumisaeg: 11-Apr-2013
  • Kirjastus: Routledge
  • ISBN-10: 0415630843
  • ISBN-13: 9780415630849
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An indispensable tool for all landscape architects, this time-saving guide answers the most frequently asked questions in one pocket-sized volume. It is a concise, easy-to-read reference that gives instant access to a wide range of information needed on a daily basis, both out on site and in the office.

Covering all the major topics, including hard landscaping, soft landscaping as well as planning and legislation, the pocket book also includes a handy glossary of important terms, useful calculations and helpful contacts. Not only an essential tool for everyday queries on British standards and procedures, this is a first point of reference for those seeking more extensive, supplementary sources of information, including websites and further publications.

This new edition incorporates updates and revisions from key planning and environmental legislation, guidelines and national standards.

Preface ix
Acknowledgements xi
1 Hard Landscape
1(102)
1.1 Natural Stone
1(7)
1.2 Metals
8(6)
1.3 Stainless Steel
14(10)
1.4 Timber
24(11)
1.5 Exterior Finishes to Timber
35(5)
1.6 Bricks and Brickwork Construction
40(14)
1.7 Concrete
54(3)
1.8 Mortar
57(5)
1.9 Damp Proof Courses
62(6)
1.10 Damp Proof Membranes
68(1)
1.11 Lighting
69(7)
1.12 Drainage
76(3)
1.13 Sustainable Urban Drainage Systems - SUDS
79(6)
1.14 Environmental Impact and Lifespan of Landscape Materials
85(5)
1.15 Recycled Materials and Products
90(2)
1.16 Typical Footpaths
92(2)
1.17 Typical Footpath Edging
94(2)
1.18 Typical Fence Details
96(7)
2 Soft Landscape
103(64)
2.1 Definition and Specification of Tree Sizes
103(4)
2.2 Definition and Specification of Shrub Sizes
107(5)
2.3 Native Trees in Britain and Ireland
112(4)
2.4 Native Shrubs in Britain and Ireland
116(2)
2.5 Plants for Encouraging Wildlife
118(4)
2.6 Common Poisonous Plants
122(2)
2.7 Grass Seed Mixes
124(3)
2.8 Wild Flower Mixes
127(3)
2.9 Topsoil
130(5)
2.10 Times of Year for Planting
135(1)
2.11 Tree Planting
136(5)
2.12 Plant Protection
141(3)
2.13 Composts, Mulches and Manufactured Soil
144(6)
2.14 Soft Landscape Maintenance
150(7)
2.15 Soft Landscape Maintenance Programme: Routine Operations
157(2)
2.16 Green Roofs
159(6)
2.17 Geotextiles
165(2)
3 Planning and Legislation
167(52)
3.1 Planning and Development Control
167(5)
3.2 Listed and Protected Areas for Heritage, Amenity, Landscape Quality, Cultural and Natural Habitat
172(7)
3.3 Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs)
179(4)
3.4 Hedgerow Legislation
183(2)
3.5 Notifiable Weeds and Control of Species
185(2)
3.6 Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA)
187(3)
3.7 Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment
190(5)
3.8 Landscape Character Assessment
195(2)
3.9 Guidelines for Construction around Trees
197(5)
3.10 Glossary of Construction Contracts
202(6)
3.11 Construction (Design and Management) Regulations 2007
208(6)
3.12 Planting and Water Bodies near Airfields - Reducing Hazards to Aviation
214(5)
4 Design Guidelines
219(56)
4.1 Dimensional Data
219(12)
4.2 Senses, Communication and Space
231(1)
4.3 Walkable Neighbourhoods
232(2)
4.4 Creation of Positive Outdoor Space
234(1)
4.5 Steps and Ramps
235(4)
4.6 Guarding and Handrails
239(2)
4.7 Tactile Surfaces and Warning Paving
241(5)
4.8 Design of Cycleways
246(1)
4.9 Playgrounds and Playground Equipment
247(3)
4.10 Designing for Schools: Guidelines
250(6)
4.11 Standard Sports Markings
256(7)
4.12 Construction of Free-standing Walls
263(4)
4.13 Water Features and Ponds
267(5)
4.14 Signage
272(3)
5 General Information
275(30)
5.1 Landscape Architectural Work Stages
275(3)
5.2 Setting a Sundial
278(4)
5.3 Conversions and Calculations
282(2)
5.4 Gradients
284(1)
5.5 Weights of Materials
285(5)
5.6 Volumes in Relation to Depth and Area
290(4)
5.7 Rules of Thumb for Planting Plans
294(1)
5.8 Quantities and Rates of Sowing Grass Seed for Sports Use
295(1)
5.9 List of Relevant British Standards
296(9)
6 Graphics
305(8)
6.1 Paper Sizes
306(1)
6.2 Common Digital File Extensions
307(1)
6.3 AutoCAD Printing Scales
308(1)
6.4 Typical Survey Annotations
309(1)
6.5 Symbols
310(2)
6.6 Common Graphic Symbols
312(1)
Glossary 313(4)
Associations, Institutes and Further Sources of Information 317(10)
Bibliography 327(4)
Index 331
Rachel Tennant and Nicola Garmory are Directors of TGP Landscape Architects and each have over 25 years' experience. Siobhan Vernon has over 16 years experience practising and is currently an Associate with Austin-Smith:Lord. All three were the authors of the last edition of the pocketbook, and are Chartered Landscape Architects.

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