A variable sense of place as exemplified in an iconic urban reserve in Western Australia
Ladd, P.G., Enright, N.J. and Crosti, R. (2007) A variable sense of place as exemplified in an iconic urban reserve in Western Australia. In: Stewart, G., Ignatieva, M., Bowring, J., Egoz, S. and Melnichuk, I., (eds.) Globalisation and landscape architecture : issues for education and practice. St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University Publishing House, St. Peterburg, pp. 120-123.
The 'sense of place' that a city and its inhabitants come to identify themselves by can have profound impacts on the way that urban landscapes develop. In the case of Perth, its icons are the Swan River, The sandy beaches of the Indian Ocean coastline, and Kings Park. While the first two have defined the way that the city is laid out and has grown, the latter has fostered the development of an Australian garden and landscape approach to urban design, and a strong native species conservation ethic.
|Publication Type:||Book Chapter|
|Murdoch Affiliation:||School of Environmental Science|
|Publisher:||St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University Publishing House|
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