Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA)

Department

Landscape Architecture

First Advisor's Name

Esra Ordenerol

First Advisor's Committee Title

Committee Chair

Second Advisor's Name

Michael Del Giudice

Third Advisor's Name

David Sacks

Date of Defense

11-26-2001

Abstract

Pinewood Estate is a significant resource in the history of the theory and practice of landscape architecture. The purpose of this thesis is to provide a landscape plan to restore the Pinewood Estate to its historic integrity in order to retain and reflect its past.

In order to determine the criteria used to establish how and to what period the estate should be restored to, the Secretary of the Interior's Guidelines for the Treatment of Cultural Landscapes was followed. This process involved documenting the existing conditions of the estate. Site inventory and analysis and onsite interviews were conducted. Natural and cultural resources were evaluated.

As a case study, McKee Botanical Garden was analyzed and evaluated. The comparison of this case study served as a guideline to determine the best practice for the historical preservation of the estate.

Despite the changes in the landscape at Pinewood Estate over the past seventy years, the garden today still retains William Lyman Phillips design criteria. For the garden to continue to keep its historic fabric, rehabilitation was selected to allow for improvements that make possible efficient contemporary use of the estate.

Identifier

FI14050448

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