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Title: Evolving traversed landscape preference for vistas between selected urban and tourist centers of Chennai region
Researcher: Rajaprakash P
Guide(s): Abdul razak mohamed
Keywords: Architecture and planning
Landscape assessment
Landscape components
Tourist centers
Traversed landscape
Urban centers
Upload Date: 10-Oct-2014
University: Anna University
Completed Date: 01/06/2012
Abstract: Incidental landscapes that are perceived on the movement from one destination to other referred as traversed landscape on a designated path or a vista have significance to the total landscape experiences These traversed landscapes observed along a vista are preferred and valued by all as travellers in some point of time These values are derived and measured either from the inherent physical component or the perceptual components of the total landscape on the one side or measured as a composite components presented in certain way in the landscape that defines its landscape character type the other side Thus the preferences of the landscape component and the composite characteristic landscape type by the road travelers form the essential basis of the current study This study constitutes three parts one the road travellers includes tourists and commuters as observers of the landscape two the observed landscape as components and character types, and three the rating and ranking as responses to the observed landscape To examine the above six landscape vistas are identified within a tourist circuit as a case It is situated in 3 highways liking six important urban and tourist centres in Chennai Region of Tamil Nadu
Pagination: xxxiv, 377p.
Appears in Departments:Faculty of Architecture and Planning

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