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Linescapes (Keys to Reading)

Linescapes (Keys to Reading)

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Published by The Economy Company .
Written in English


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FormatPaperback
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Open LibraryOL11175944M
ISBN 100878924582
ISBN 109780878924585


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Linescapes This is such an enjoyable read full of information but also rich prose. It is a book that should make us think about the world around us and consider its importance.

By following lines the author shares his thoughts on the world around him and the wider world of conservation of our countryside.4/5.

In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick unravels the far-reaching ecological consequences of the lines we have drawn: as our lives and our land were being fenced in and threaded together, so wildlife habitats have been cut into ever smaller, and increasingly unviable, fragments.5/5(8).

Linescapes: Remapping and Reconnecting Britain's Fragmented Wildlife. Paperback. Overview. It is rare to find a landscape untouched by our lines – the hedges, walls, ditches and dykes built to enclose and separate; and the green lanes, roads, canals, railways and power lines, designed to Brand: Random House UK.

In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick unravels the far-reaching ecological consequences of these changes. As our lives and our land were fenced in and threaded together, wildlife habitats were cut into ever smaller – and increasingly unviable – fragments.

Linescapes offers a fresh and bracing perspective on Britain's countryside, one that proposes a challenge and gives ground for hope; for while nature does not tend to straight lines and discrete borders, our lines can and do contain a real potential for wildness and for wildlife.

Linescapes started out as a fondness for drawing our environment and grew into a project exploring the significance of drawing in design and architecture. For us, hand drawing fulfills three important roles in design: it is an analysis through which we see and observe our surroundings, it is a tool for thinking and developing ideas, and lastly.

In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick has written a gloriously unclassifiable book, a manifesto-adventure-exploration-reflection that manages to be political, passionate, perceptive – and very funny-- Robert Macfarlane/5(15). In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick examines the history and impact of the various lines man has created which shape our countryside.

He explores hedges, ditches and dykes, walls, ancient paths and green lanes, canals, railways, roads, pylons and pipelines/5(15). Linescapes specialises in highly detailed CAD architectural portraits of iconic buildings and landmarks offering architecture-inspired prints, cards and gifts.

Linescapes explores the significance of drawing in design and architecture. For us, hand drawing fu 5/5. Inspired by a train journey, a thirty year interest in hedgehogs and Professor Sir John Lawton’s Making Space for Nature report, Hugh Warwick’s book — Linescapes — takes an in-depth look at how the array of lines that segment our landscape, help and hinder nature.

In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick unravels the far-reaching ecological consequences of the lines we have drawn: as our lives and our land were being fenced in and threaded together, so wildlife habitats have been cut into ever smaller, and increasingly unviable, fragments.

In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick has written a gloriously unclassifiable book, a manifesto-adventure-exploration-reflection that manages to be political, passionate, perceptive - and very funny-- Robert MacfarlaneAuthor: Hugh Warwick.

Hugh Warwick is an ecologist and writer who loves hedgehogs. His books include A Prickly Affair, The Beauty in the Beast and Linescapes.

Find out more. Linescapes. likes. Linescapes specialises in highly detailed architectural portraits of iconic buildings, architectural landmarks and bespoke commissions.

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In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick provides a good-humoured, even visionary, perspective on the fragile ecology of our hedges, roads, power lines and Author: Miriam Darlington.

Inspired by a train journey, a thirty year interest in hedgehogs and Professor Sir John Lawton’s  Making Space for Nature  report, Hugh Warwick’s book — Linescapes — takes an in-depth look at how the array of lines that segment our landscape, help and hinder nature.

Linescapes is a book about reconnecting Britain’s fragmented wildlife. It is now rare to find a landscape untouched by human landscaping – our lines of hedges, walls, canals, roads, railways, powerlines and even by our most ancient ditches. “In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick has written a gloriously unclassifiable book, a manifesto-adventure-exploration-reflection that manages to be political, passionate, perceptive – and very funny” Robert Macfarlane.

Linescapes explores the significance of drawing for landscape architecture and related professions. For us, hand drawing fulfills three important roles in de. Linescapes is an exciting line puzzle game where you connect the dots on the game board.

How to play Draw a line from one dot to the other one of the same color to connect them, connect all the dots to complete the level. Features - Lots of levels grouped into albums.

Never get bored, there are lots of levels to keep you busy all day. - Stunning graphics and visual effects - Suitable for all 5/5(9). contact linescapes. amalia sanchez de la blanca email: [email protected] tel: Mindscapes: Psychological Mazes for Personality Insight (English and Italian Edition) by Gilioli, Pino and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Popular Landscape Design Books Showing of Manual of Woody Landscape Plants: Their Identification, Ornamental Characteristics, Culture, Propagation and Uses (Paperback) by.

Michael A. Dirr (shelved 4 times as landscape-design) avg rating — ratings — published Want to Read saving Want to Read. 'Glorious. Political, passionate, perceptive' Robert Macfarlane An eye-opening exploration of the lines that cut through our countryside, from hedges to railways, and a passionate manifesto for reconnecting wildlife.

Our landscape has been transformed b. Book Review: Linescapes. as a result, been unable to survive. In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick examines the history and impact of the various lines man has created which shape our countryside. He explores hedges, ditches and dykes, walls, ancient paths and green lanes, canals, railways, roads, pylons and pipelines.

Likewise this book is a. Linescapes July 5, 6 Comments views When is the last time you packed a sketchbook and went drawing outside. Sitting down, really. Sci-fi, Fantasy & Horror. Travel & Holidays.

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Linescapes has utterly transformed my vision of the British countryside. Hugh Warwick offers a compelling primer for rethinking and rewilding our fragmented natural world.

Best Nature Books of * Guardian * Part discovery, part wonderment, both a travel narrative and a scientific exploration, Linescapes could change the way we perceive. An eye-opening exploration of the lines that cut through our countryside, from hedges to railways, and a passionate manifesto for reconnecting wildlife.

Our landscape has been transformed by a vast network of lines, from hedges and walls to railways and power cables. In Linescapes, Hugh Warwick. Books / LINESCAPES: Remapping and Reconnecting Britain's Fragmented Wildlife by Hugh Warwick; The book does fleetingly cast an eye away from British shores, to parts of the world where lines are producing quite dramatic changes to the planet, such as the under-construction Great Green Wall in the Sahara.

It feels hard to shake the feeling. Linescapes offers a fresh and bracing perspective on Britain's countryside, one that proposes a challenge and gives ground for hope; for while nature does not tend to straight lines and discrete borders, our lines can and do contain a real potential for wildness and for : Hugh Warwick.

This is the newest edition of Better Homes and Gardens’ best-selling landscaping book, with pages including over photos and step-by-step : Christina Bringetto. Hugh Warwick is an ecologist and writer.

His books include A Prickly Affair, about hedgehogs, and Linescapes. 44k Followers, Following, Posts - See Instagram photos and videos from Linescapes (@g) posts. Posts about Linescapes written by Jackie Law. This review was written for and first published by Bookmunch. “We describe the world in rational terms, aware of geology and geomorphology [ ] whereas our ancestors saw a landscape filled with agency, one that was animate.”.

Get FREE shipping on Linescapes by Hugh Warwick, from It is rare to find a landscape untouched by our lines? the hedges, walls, ditches and dykes built to enclose and separate; and the green lanes, roads, canals, railways and power lines, designed to connect.

This vast network of .- (c) Ayn Hanna LineScapes # 12" x 12" each Stay safe and healthy. Please practice hand-washing and social distancing, and check out our resources for adapting to these times.By Kate Marsden Now anyone who knows me will be aware that I’m rather keen on drawing buildings this week we’re meeting someone else who is at least as keen as I am, if not more so!

Read on to meet Amalia of Linescapes whose illustrations grace a whole range of products.