Edited by: Martyn Hook, Richard Black
Publisher: RMIT University Press, 2004
An exploration of the architectural relationship to the inhabited and natural landscape. Charting a different path to the usual urban/rural design strategies, the research and teaching practice of Richard Black and Martyn Hook has worked through alternative ways of reading the landscape as a generator for architectural projects. The work contained in the book is the product of 12 second- and third-year studios at RMIT University in Melbourne.