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MUTATION AND MORPHOSIS: LANDSCAPE AS AGGREGATE

EDITED BY GÜNTHER VOGT AND THOMAS KISSLING; ZÜRICH: LARS MÜLLER PUBLISHERS, 2020; 784 PAGES, $58.16.

This well-illustrated, hefty tome from Kissling, a research associate at ETH Zürich, and Vogt, the principal of Vogt Landscape Architects and professor of landscape architecture at

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