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By Robert J. Lang

Robert J. Lang, one of many world's ideal origami artists and scientists, offers the never-before-described mathematical and geometric rules that let somebody to layout unique origami, whatever as soon as limited to an elite few. From the theoretical underpinnings to particular step by step folding sequences, this booklet takes a contemporary examine the guts of the centuries-old artwork of origami.
Origami beginners will have fun with the association of the e-book, which starts off with effortless recommendations and progresses to deep and robust instruments for layout, all in accordance with uncomplicated, intuitive recommendations like grafting, circle packing, and meeting of tiles.
Both beginners and aficionados will locate specific, step by step directions for formerly unpublished versions, together with the recognized "Black wooded area Cuckoo Clock."

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FORMERLY A FRUIT ORCHARD, TRANSFORMED INTO A PUBLIC GARDEN. An example of the natural mountainous garden mentioned above, and a project planned twenty years ago, the Jamshidieh stone garden incorporates concerns for sustainable development and constitutes a working paradigm for the two concepts outlined above. Iran’s parks were a particular focus of the last ruling family - the Pahlavi’s. Bagh Sangi Jamshidieh is the last of these efforts and was opened to the public just one month before the revolution.

PEOPLE, TREES, AND DESERT: VILLAGE PROTECTION IN NORTHERN SUDAN Paul Laird Introduction This paper presents experience from shelterbelt and sand dune stabilisation projects developed by SOS Sahel, a British non-governmental organisation, in the Nile Valley of Northern Sudan since 1985. The paper draws especially on the work of the project at Ed Debba in Northern Province, where the threat of sand encroachment is most acute. The emphasis here is on actions taken by villagers to combat sand encroachment rather than the assistance provided by SOS Sahel.

In order to allow the community’s identity to emerge in the park, a break had to occur in the control normally exercised by conventional architectural practices. Mechanisms were created that allowed the process of building to occur incrementally or gradually, allowing for change and adjustments that can mesh the aspirations of a community with the potential provided by their surrounding environment. It has been four years since the park was finally completed and it remains to be seen if the experiment is durable and replicable.

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