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Limits of landscape
lecture in Rome

5th of May Kazmer Kovacs from the "Ion Mincu" University held a lecture in Rome on the matter of limits in landscape. The lecture is part of a series of dialogues of aesthetics in architecture.

8.2 Versailles 2009
John Danahy
8.2 Versailles 2009
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Kazmer Kovacs wrote a prize winning book on landscape, following a research stay in Nantes.
The lecture explored a part of this, setting the language of gardens into the linguistics, as a place of enclosure, in the history, compared to contemporary movements. Different styles were discussed which all share the limits. One of the given examples is Versailles, for which even the Louis XIV description was of seeing only the enclosed part. 

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