Publisher: Hollym, 2008.
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From the publisher’s website:
Korean traditional landscape architecture is among the most treasured cultural developments made over the thousands of years of Korean culture. This book illustrates the history and cultural background of Korean traditional landscape architecture, showing the characteristics of each type of Korean landscape architecture:
- royal palaces,
- residential areas,
- walled towns,
- retreat gardens,
- Buddhist temples,
- private academies, and
- village groves.
Thirteen writers collaborated to guide readers on a journey through Korean traditional landscape architecture to highlight the excellence of this Korean cultural heritage as well as the traditional Korean aesthetic and worldview.
The Korean Institute of Traditional Landscape Architecture
- Sim Woo-kyung (Professor, Landscape Architecture Program, Korea University)
- Kim Yong-ki (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Sungkyunkwan University)
- Choi Jong-hee (Professor, Division of Horticulture and Environmental Design, Pai Chai University)
- Shin Sang-sup (Professor, Department of Landscape and Urban Design, Woosuk University)
- Park Chan-yong (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Yeungnam University)
- Lee Jae-keun (Professor, Department of Environmental Landscape Architecture, Sangmyung University)
- Choi Key-soo (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, University of Seoul)
- Kim Young-mo (Professor, Department of Traditional Landscape Architecture, Korean National University of Cultural Heritage)
- Ahn Gye-bog (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Catholic University of Daegu)
- Hong Kwang-pyo (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Dongguk University)
- Lee Sang-hae (Professor, Department of Architecture, Sungkyunkwan University)
- Kim Hak-Beom (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Hankyong National University)
- Jang Dong-su (Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, Hankyong National University)
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