Rose, James C.

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Rose, James C. (1910–91). American landscape-architect. Influenced by De Stijl, he attempted to apply Modernist principles to garden design. He was more influential through his writings (e.g. Creative Gardens (1958) and The Heavenly Environment (1990) ) than through his completed works.

Bibliography

J. Rose (1958, 1965, 1990);
Snow (ed.) (1967)