Leberecht Migge's "Green Manifesto": Envisioning a Revolution of Gardens

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Publication type Article
JournalLandscape Journal
Year2007
Volume26
Issue2
Pages201-218
ISSN (print)0277-2426
ISSN (electronic)1553-2704
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Leberecht Migge was the most important landscape architect for the field of German modern architecture before WWII. Here, we see his vision of turning Europe into a continent of gardens, as a synthesis of garden and architecture, whereby everyone could attain a relative degree of economic and political freedom by growing their own food. This article will introduce American landscape architects to this critical figure.
PublisherUniversity of Wisconsin Press
URLhttp://dx.doi.org/10.3368/lj.26.2.201
DOI10.3368/lj.26.2.201
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