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The Twin Cities area has long been known for its seamless blend of urban and natural beauty, and residents live their lives among beautiful landscapes. But, beyond being nice to look at, these stretches of green space have cultural significance as well.
In “The Modern Architectural Landscape,” architecture professor Caroline Constant interprets the world and society’s place in it by analyzing the progression of landscape architecture in Europe and the United States from 1915 to the mid-1980s.
Here’s a sneak peak of a few landscapes she explores in her new book.
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