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Throughout the historical development of built landscape design, the process of creating and shaping landscape structures has demanded extensive expertise, creativity, and a profound comprehension of landscape design history [...]
In every landscape design project, designers usually search for similar completed projects as precedents and inspiration [...]
Willemijn Wilms Floet URBAN OASES Dutch Hofjes as Hidden Architectural Gems. nai010 publishers, 2021. ISBN 978-94-6208-660-9. € 39.95, paperback (Also available in Dutch and as e-book in English and Dutch). pp. 208, with illustrations (220 full color).
Persian gardens have been an essential component of Iranian urban and architectural history for almost 2500 years. Persian gardens continued to provide provisioning services (i.e. food production) until the twentieth century when their status and role switched from productive to ornamental gardens. In this study, we conducted interviews and field s...
Historic gardens have the ability to provide several ecosystem services in cities, including provisioning services (i.e., food production). The historic gardens in Iran (known as "Persian Gar-dens") have never been considered as places that could be used for food production. As a result, the purpose of this paper is to investigate whether the Irani...
The Akbarieh Garden in Iran accommodates both pleasure and edible landscapes. In this study, visitor accessibility of the fruit trees of this garden was assessed using continuous and stop-motion walking modes. Results indicated that in the continuous walking mode, focus rested more on recognising the macro elements of the garden along the walkways;...
Purpose This study aims to assess each of the seven segments of the Akbarieh Garden as the World Heritage Cultural Landscape. First, we wanted to identify the macro elements that dominated one's perception within each area. Then, we wanted to identify the micro elements that support the vista in its entirety. Design/methodology/approach To acquire...
Introduction: The Edible Campus program incorporates edible, medicinal, and pollinator-friendly plants in the university to create a kind of working landscape and facilitate campus community engagement in topics of food and agriculture sustainability. In this regard, an inventory of community support and culture is crucial for finding the motivatio...
This paper reports the results of an exploratory study carried out in Birjand, Iran, during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic. The aim of the study was to explore the behavioral change in the use and the motivation to visit a green space (public or private) during the pandemic as compared to the pre-pandemic period, the effect of green spaces...
Multifunctionality is a strategy for developing healthy, biodiversity-friendly, and sustainable productive urban and rural landscapes that have recently attracted the attention of researchers. Multifunctional landscapes simultaneously provide food security, livelihood opportunities, maintain of species and ecological functions, and fulfill cultural...
Today, the significance of urban green spaces as one of the indicators of sustainable development and urban environment is evident. This is true because green spaces are one of most important places provided for the leisure time of citizens. Green space provides direct benefits, impacts the minds of citizens, and creates spiritual comfort. Conseque...