Turning Water Into Wine: The Celebration of Water Through the Aesthetic of the Sustainable Landscape
This thesis examines the relationship between water and the winemaking industry through an integrated architectural approach to the landscape. The emphasis is on the refinement of water use for vineyard irrigation and wine processing, and the promotion of the value of water by celebrating a productive landscape. The proposition is explored through the design of a winery and its associated grapes to produce the wines.
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MacDonald, Jill; Morrison, Courtney; Pembroke, Cara; Reed, Victoria; Tancock, Sonya (2011-04)Despite having consistent access to clean drinking water, nearly 100 water coolers exist on Dalhousie campus, as indicated by an audit performed by the Office of Sustainability (personal communications, February 2011). ...
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Lakshminarayana, J.S.S.; Sita Devi, J. (Dalhousie Printing Centre, 1992-03)This paper gives the results of investigations during 1971 to 1964 on the phytoplankton of the coastal and marine waters of New Brunswick and Soctia-Fundy-Cody and Georges Bank regions. The phytoplankton composition, ...