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Landscapes of the Recent Future

LANDSCAPES OF THE RECENT FUTURE: Conserving the 20th Century’s Landscape Design Legacy - April 2011

paper 1 Introduction: Nurturing greater support, understanding and stewardship for landscapes of the recent future" by Dr. Jan Haenraets (Landscape Consultant, DOCOMOMO ISC/U+L)
paper 2 Conserving 20th century Landscapes: The Twentieth Century Society's role, by Catherine Croft (Director, Twentieth Century Society)
paper 3 Frank Clark - His Legacy, by Chloe Bennet (The Garden History Society)
paper 4 The Modern Movement in Landscape Design: Precepts, legacies and challenges, by Dr John Byrom (University of Edinburgh)
paper 5 Landscape Conservation on Span Estates, by Dr Barbara Simms (London University)
paper 6 Span Estates: A Personal Reflection, by Ian Appleton (London University)
paper 7 Landscapes and Infrastructure - Defining and Interpreting modernist landscapes of post war Australia, by Dr Andrew Saniga (University of Melbourne)
paper 8 What the 20th century landscape design legacy might mean for today's landscape practicioner, by Chris Rankin (University of Edinburgh)
paper 9 ECA EVENING MASTERCLASS Conserving Landscapes of the Recent Past - Increasing our understanding of key problems, roles, initiatives and required action, by Dr Jan Haenraets (Landscape Consultant, DOCOMOMO ISC/U+L)
paper 10 The Conservation management process and the case of Great Dixter, by John Watkins (Head of Gardens and Landscape, English Heritage)
paper11 Making the Invisible Visible, by Ed Bennis (Manchester Metropolitan University / Cheshire Gardens Trust)


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