Landscape architecture, garden design, planting design and management - Rowland Byass

What does sustainable development look like? (I)

01/02/2013

This question has occurred to a lot over the last month, travelling across the central Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. Semi-arid, vast (at 308,252 km², significantly bigger than the UK's 243,600 km²) littered with historical monuments...

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What does sustainable development look like? (I)

Goa

05/07/2012

Goa is one of those anomalous places. A tiny enclave carved out of western coast of India, it still displays the strong dose of Portuguese Catholic influence stamped on it by its colonisers, who only left...

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Goa

Mandu

05/07/2012

Mandu ticks lots of interest boxes for me: a dramatic landscape of hills, hollows and lakes, littered with medieval Islamic architecture, set atop a Lost World-like plateau 360 metres above the surrounding Narmada valley. This is a...

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Mandu

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