The future of estate landscapes in Europe
|S. Heyde; S. Van Damme eds.
The common perception of historic estates is that they are conservative and static. Yet a select few estates have become leading innovators in the 21st century, finding new approaches to heritage and nature conservation, social inclusiveness, renewable energy, and sustainable food production and tourism. This book focuses on exemplary and unusual examples from the Netherlands, Belgium, Denmark, and the United Kingdom as new prospects for hope for the future. Relevant to landowners and managers, it is also for governments, planners, design professionals, and others who are interested in policy best practices as well as contemporary design on historic estates.
|160 p, ills colour & bw, 23 x 27 cm, pb, English