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Heritage, Landscape and Restoration of Historical Gardens

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Maria Beatrice Andreucci (Author)
Mirela Adriana Anghelache (Author)
Maria Bostenaru Dan (Author)
Cerasella Crăciun (Author)
Jeroen de Vries (Author)
Albert Fekete (Author)
Pia Fricker (Author)
Atena-Ioana Gârjoabă (Author)
Ștefania-Roxana Halmagi (Author)
Constantin Hostiuc (Author)
Maria Chiara Pozzana (Author)
Attila Tóth (Author)
Hartmut Troll (Author)
Maria Bostenaru Dan (Editor)


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ISBN-13 (Hard Copy) 9783736975835
ISBN-13 (eBook) 9783736965836
Language English
Page Number 212
Lamination of Cover glossy
Edition 1.
Publication Place Göttingen
Publication Date 2022-03-03
General Categorization Non-Fiction
Departments Horticultural science
Regional planning
Keywords Built heritage, landscape, restoration, historical garden, Károlyi, pandemic, Slovakia, Hungary, Romania, Austria, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Ukraine, garden, park, interview, design, sustainable, conservation, past, future, resilient, multidisciplinary, landscape architecture, integrated, nature, natural heritage, specialist opinion, research, methodology, architecture, urban planning, art history, geoscience, digital methods, bibiotheconomy, noble family, field trip, intervention, Bauerbe, Landschaft, Restaurierung, historischer Garten, Károlyi, Pandemie, Slowakei, Ungarn, Rumänien, Österreich, Deutschland, Italien, Niederlande, Ukraine, Garten, Park, Interview, Design, nachhaltig, Erhaltung, Vergangenheit, Zukunft, belastbar, multidisziplinär, Landschaftsarchitektur, integriert, Natur, Naturerbe, Gutachten, Forschung, Methodik, Architektur, Stadtplanung, Kunstgeschichte, Geowissenschaften, digitale Methoden, Bibiothekonomie, Adelsfamilie, Exkursion, Intervention
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The book is dedicated to historical gardens seen from a multidisciplinary perspective: landscape architecture, architecture, urban planning, art history, geoscience, digital methods, bibiotheconomy etc.. Outgoing point was a research about the gardens of the counts Károlyi, a noble family with headquarters close of the three country corner Romania-Hungary-Ukraine but properties also in Slovakia and having an architect who was landscape architect in Austria. The introduction shows an overview of the research programmes in frame of which it was performed and of the results. Because the second part of the research on Károlyi heritage was performed during the pandemic, instead of field trips specialist opinions were invited resulting in this book. The conclusions show how green spaces in itself are not only subject of study during the pandemic but also a factor to cope with it. The main body is structured into a feature paper on the Károlyi heritage in Slovakia as well as interviews from Romania and abroad structured around the contemporary challenges in the heritage, landscape and restoration of historical gardens. The invited specialists answered the same 5 questions. Three of them also visited other Károlyi gardens, two of them on the purpose of intervention. The book includes images and plans of gardens across Europe including Romania, Italy, Hungary, Germany, the Netherlands apart of Slovakia. Also methodological approaches are included