THE CONCEPT OF FOURTH DIMENS10N IN LANDSCAPE
Landscape designer deals u'ith three spatial dinrensions. as rvell as ri.ith arrother
dinrension mentioned in design literatures. This dinrension is the fourth dinrension. Because
of the absence of sufficieut irtforntation about this concept, in the field of architecture. and
particularly in landscape design . For the purpose of benefiting the Iandscape architects. and
horv to present and develop this dimension through the design process, and finding it in the
final design. Search for this concept in dill-erent Iiterature those specialized in research
problent, so this researclt \\'as aillted to clarifl' tlre concept of the fourth dinrensiorr brielly
u'ithin tlie scientific, philosophical. artistic and architecture. Then, explain it u'itli the
landscape design, and find the most irnporlant characteristics u'hich clistinguished it so that
the designer deals u,ith it in landscape design.
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