Medici Gardens challenges the common assumption that such gardens as Trebbio, Cafaggiolo, Careggi, and Fiesole were the products of an established design practice whereby one client commissioned one architect or artist. The book suggests that in the case of the gardens in Florence garden making preceded its theoretical articulation.
PhD Dissertation title: The Medici Gardens of Fifteenth-Century Florence: Conceptualization and Tradition Completed: 2004 Supervisor: John Dixon Hunt
Other Books by Raffaella Fabiani Giannetto
Paolo Bürgi Landscape Architect: Discovering the (Swiss) Horizon : Mountain, Lake, and Forest. New York, N.Y: Princeton Architectural Press, 2009.