Margaret's Reviews > Invented Cities: The Creation of Landscape in Nineteenth-Century New York and Boston

Invented Cities by Mona Domosh
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Apr 28, 2012

it was amazing
bookshelves: landscape-architecture-related
Read in August, 2011

borrowed for NY Class and historic springs/memory/relic paper

pages of note:
p. 2: 2nd parag, Today is the landscape, really people's social visions
p. 3: can the same be said today about Urban landscapes parag?
p. 3: idea of iconography in cities, cities as works of art
p. 4: text and context
p. 5: "...built environment must incorporate an understanding of the individuals who shape that environment and the socioeconomic context in which those individual decisions are made."

really great text!

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