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Non-Visual Landscape: Landscape Planning for People with Vision Problems

by Angeliki Koskina Ibidem Press
Pub Date:
08/2011
ISBN:
9783838201962
Format:
Pbk 102 pages
Price:
AU$72.00 NZ$73.91
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Landscape is the impression given by a place. The five senses construct five landscapes: there is not only the visual landscape but also non-visual landscapes such as smell, touch, sound ('sound-scape'), and taste landscapes. The visual landscape is experienced by most people, while the remaining four non-visual landscapes mainly construct the non-visual world of the blind. In their innovative study, Angeliki Koskina and Nikolas Hasanagas explore this non-visual world on an empirical basis. What landscapes do blind people prefer? Is the natural or built environment most attractive for them? How differently do blind people perceive the 'landscape' compared to sighted people? Which feelings does the landscape evoke in blind people, and which values do they attach to these feelings? How satisfied do they feel with the urban or natural landscapes where they live? Spatial Planning and Land-scape Design for handicapped people constitute a much-discussed academic and social issue. Koskina's and Hasanagas' study in the Anthropology of Senses and in Landscape Sociology can be used as an aid tool for planners and designers as well as researchers in various areas such as Architecture, Medicine, Social Sciences, or Psychology.

Index of Diagrams, Figures, and Tables
Preface
1. Introduction
2. Methodology
3. Results and Discussion
4. Conclusions, Suggestions, and Limitations
Summary
References
Appendix

Angeliki Koskina is a musician and a graduate of the Landscape Architecture department at the University of Kavala Institute of Technology, Greece. Her research activity mainly focuses on the analysis of soundscapes and other non-visual dimensions of t