Regional Feature and Landscape Forms2005.06.15林箐,王向荣.中国园林,2005(06)
Regional feature is the natural and culture characters of land in certain area. It consists of the natural landscape which formed by natural forces and the earthscape formed by men`s living and production. This landscape is not only the important cause of traditional gardens but also the resources of forms in modern landscape design.
Tendency of Values of Modern Landscape Architecture2003.01.07王向荣,林箐.中国园林,2003(01)
As an integrated whole, landscape is realized under a certain economy conditions. It should meet the need of the society, coincide with the rule of nature, follow the principle of ecology, and as the same time, it also belongs to the category of art. If landscape works have lasting vitality, they must be those which can balance these factors. They are closely linked with the times soul, absorb the historical spirit, but not imitate the existing style. They accord with the principle of science, and reflect the demands of society, the development of technology, the new ideas of aesthetics and tendency of values.
MODERN SCULPTURE AND MODERN LANDSCAPE DESIGN2002.07.25王向荣,林箐.世界建筑,2002(07)
The development of modern landscape architecture is rooted in the rich tradition of classical garden and is also deeply influenced by the modern art. The ideas and the methods of modern sculpture, especially of the Minimalism art and the land art, have much effect on the landscape design of today. Land art is a synthesis of sculpture and landscape architecture. Now many landscape works are also regarded as land art works.
Combination of Aesthetic Quality and Social Quality—The Landscape Design in Danmark2002.03.21林 箐.中国园林,2002(03)
Searching for the combination of social quality and aesthetic quality, Danish landscape architects constructed their characteristic landscape with simple and clear language, and became one of the most influential group in the field of landscape architecture in Europe in the post-war years. This article introduces the ideas and works of three well-known Danish landscape architects, G. N. Brandt, C. T. Sorensen and S. I. Andersson.