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Title: The ethics and aesthetics of allotment gardens
Authors: Matos, Rute Sousa
Batista, Desidério
Editors: Mokryš, Michal
Badura, Štefan
Lieskovský, Anton
Keywords: landscape
allotment gardens
Issue Date: 2013
Publisher: EDIS - Publishing Institution of the University of Zilina Slovak Republic
Citation: Matos, Rute Sousa; Batista, Desidério. The ethics and aesthetics of allotment gardens, 306 pp., Slovak Republic: EDIS - Publishing Institution of the University of Zilina Slovak Republic, 2013.
Abstract: Since the ‘70s of the twentieth century, with the contribution of Rosario Assunto, landscape becomes a comprehensive and inclusive concept, in which is inherent the experience of space. For this author landscape is an aesthetic reality that we contemplate living in it. In the landscape is reflected the free creative action of man - the landscape is an art product, and of a human action aimed at changing the nature, towards the good and the beautiful. Considering this idea of space as vital experience, as fundamental in the concept of landscape, it is our aim to address, ethically and aesthetically, allotment gardens as a space of the landscape, which includes, in fact, the living experience, even when is just contemplated. In this sequence it will be used the example of the allotment gardens of Lisbon and the work that has been developed to include these spaces in the city planning.
ISBN: 978-80-554-0808-8
Type: article
Appears in Collections:CHAIA - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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