ABSTRACT Leberecht Migge’s “Green Manifesto,” published in. Germany in , represents one of the most overtly political tracts ever written by a landscape. One garden architect emerges as the most significant of the period, Leberecht Migge (–). Migge was a close colleague and collaborator of many. When Modern Was Green: Life and Work of Landscape Architect Leberecht Migge By David H. Haney. New York and London: Routledge. pages,
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When Modern Was Green: Envisioning a Revolution of Gardens.
In this document, Migge leberfcht that all social and economic problems of the German nation could be solved by creating as many gardens as possible, which included parks, but most importantly, small, intensive vegetable gardens where everyone could grow their own food. Migge applied the principles of the garden and gardening to the whole country, proposing such forward-looking policies as regional and national resource management.
This paper examines the background conditions which led Migge to make such broad claims of economic, political, and social importance for the garden, and considers some negative aspects of his position, specifically in light of colonialist nationalism. This journal paper is only available on-line here at a cost.
Leberecht Migge (1881–1935) and the modern garden in Germany
However, it is probably available at university libraries in print or electronically. Today, contemporary landscape design is increasingly drawing from ideas of sustainability and ecological stability. This ecological school of thought was driven by modernist landscape architect Leberecht Migge The cover of Everyman Self Sufficient!
Using Migge as a starting point, Haney addresses conceptual and theoretical aspects migve German ecological design, challenging conventional assumptions about modernism and ecological design history. With illustrations and photographs, When Modern Was Green is ideal for students and academics interested in modernism, landscape history and higher level German studies.
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He studied architectural history and theory in the Yale University graduate program in architecture, and received his PhD in architecture from the University of Pennsylvania. His research interests center on the relationship between landscape and architecture, and the history of ecological design.
This work is the result of five years of research undertaken while living in Berlin. The book is available here.
Landscape architecture, as a discipline concerned with the design, planning, and management of the landscape, presents a significant potential for contributing to a food complex that is socially just, environmentally restorative, and furthers public health. The work of Leberecht Migge—an early 20th century German landscape architect who explicitly addressed the food complex—is presented and critically evaluated as a case study.
A framework is proposed that situates the contemporary food complex as a multivalent phenomenon and describes its incorporation into the process and practice of landscape architecture through increased attention to landscape management and professional activities that involve mediation and advocacy in addition to design and planning.
This excellent thesis is available in its entirety here. Mike Be sure to play with the different viewing modes before reading. Website maintained by Michael LevenstonCity Farmer. Haney In Landscape Jrnl.
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Life and Work of Landscape Architect Leberecht Miggeby By David Haney Routledge From the Publisher Today, contemporary landscape design is increasingly drawing from ideas of sustainability and ecological stability.
Re-envisioning the relationship between landscape architecture and the politicized food complex By Jennifer S.
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