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Särnsjö, Johanna, 2009. Yttre gestaltning för upplevelse inifrån. First cycle, G2E. Alnarp: SLU, Landscape Architecture (until 121231)

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Abstract

The report aims to show how outdoor environments have been
shaped with the purpose of experiencing them from the
inside of buildings, through an overview perspective. Two
Danish gardens are used as examples. One is the Baroque
garden in the garden of Frederiksborg castle in Hillerød.
The Baroque garden is thus a part of a larger garden. The
second garden is the Charlotte Garden, a relatively newly
constructed garden within a housing complex in Østerbro in
Copenhagen. Both gardens are analyzed on the basis of
visual expression and structure.
In the report, it is also discussed how the contemporary
society have evoked the different ways of shaping the
gardens. The Baroque garden is described in the literature
as a symbol of power and wealth and the nature is shaped
in a strict and geometric pattern. In the Charlotte Garden
an attempt is made to refute the growing cities of today
with a vision of bringing nature into the city. The forms
in the garden are soft and varied, just like in nature.
Here the change is given room by, among other things the
use of plants that change in expression with the seasons.
It is established that the gardens are different in many
ways and that both of them reflect their contemporary
society.

Abstract

The report aims to show how outdoor environments have been shaped with the purpose of experiencing them from the inside of buildings, through an overview perspective. Two Danish gardens are used as examples. One is the Baroque garden in the garden of Frederiksborg castle in Hillerød. The Baroque garden is thus a part of a larger garden. The second garden is the Charlotte Garden, a relatively newly constructed garden within a housing complex in Østerbro in Copenhagen. Both gardens are analyzed on the basis of visual expression and structure.

In the report, it is also discussed how the contemporary society have evoked the different ways of shaping the gardens. The Baroque garden is described in the literature as a symbol of power and wealth and the nature is shaped in a strict and geometric pattern. In the Charlotte Garden an attempt is made to refute the growing cities of today with a vision of bringing nature into the city. The forms in the garden are soft and varied, just like in nature. Here the change is given room by, among other things the use of plants that change in expression with the seasons. It is established that the gardens are different in many ways and that both of them reflect their contemporary society.

Main title:Yttre gestaltning för upplevelse inifrån
Authors:Särnsjö, Johanna
Supervisor:Klintborg Ahlko, Åsa
Examiner:Bucht, Eivor
Series:Självständigt arbete vid LTJ-fakulteten, SLU
Volume/Sequential designation:UNSPECIFIED
Year of Publication:2009
Level and depth descriptor:First cycle, G2E
Student's programme affiliation:LY002 Landscape Architecture Programme, Alnarp 300 HEC
Department:(LTJ, LTV) > Landscape Architecture (until 121231)
Keywords:Frederiksborg, Charlottehaven, barockträdgård, SLA, gestaltning, ovanifrån, inifrån, perspektiv
URN:NBN:urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-5-16
Permanent URL:
http://urn.kb.se/resolve?urn=urn:nbn:se:slu:epsilon-5-16
Subjects:Landscape architecture
Language:Swedish
Deposited On:30 Apr 2009 07:20
Metadata Last Modified:05 Dec 2013 08:04

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