This article presents an approach to mapping multivalent metaphors, that is, metaphors that imply competing values. It suggests that a metaphor's interpretative repertoire can usefully be structured in terms of worldviews derived from political philosophies. To illustrate this approach, the article analyzes how Wildnis (wild nature) is used to refer to the Zwischenstadt (hybrid peri-urban landscapes) in German language planning discourse. It thus makes a contribution toward interpreting and structuring this discourse. After outlining the methodological framework, the article presents certain elements of the interpretative repertoire of Wildnis by outlining selected liberal, Romantic, and conservative interpretations of this metaphor. It then interprets actual statements by urban and landscape planners and designers, reconstructing how they refer to various political interpretations of Wildnis. Finally, it is argued that the approach can benefit planning practice by enhancing frame awareness and by allowing for a systematic analysis of the metaphor's blind spots.
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1857, 273), suggesting an attempt to modify visitor behavior in a way we can recognize today. Rinaldi is an associate professor of landscape architecture at the Polytechnic University of Turin. This is not the reviewer’s discipline and may not be the
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of aesthetic nature. This complicates the lessons to take away from the shift in Santa Barbara’s environmental sensibilities and its aesthetic preferences vis-à-vis landscape architecture. The shift from green to gold, so to speak, is a much
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a successful landscape architecture business in New York City to spend nine months with the Hadza—to embark on a journey that he claims, had chosen him more than he had it ( Stephenson 2000: ix, xv ). The writer Harvey Arden (1994: 5) , inspired by
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been put in place in Beirut, but it is struggling to be taken seriously. References Buykx , Tim . 2008 . “ Walk Bendigo: A Program to Create Pedestrian-Friendly Shared Spaces in the Bendigo CBD .” Landscape Architecture Australia 118 : 17 – 18
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scholarship that locates architectural production amid the broader context of travel in early modern Europe. Architectural and cultural historians will relish the rich textual and visual analysis. However, historians of landscape architecture may find Skelton