Saturday, July 18, 2015

17C Man-made Landscapes of Bavarian Towns, Gardens, & Grounds by Michael Wening (1645-1718)



In landscape architecture, the built environment is understood to mean a man-made landscape, as distinguished from the natural environment.  The man-made, built environment is a material, spatial, & cultural product of human labor, that allows man to try to exercise some control over nature. Here man produces physical spaces to help meet his practical needs such as shelter & protection; working; producing sustenance; & courting & reproducing.  After man has met his basic needs, man's personal built environment also allows him to manipulate the surrounding ecological & geological conditions in an attempt to project his desired status, power, & image to others.

 Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Closter S. Salvator



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718)  Adelmann castle.



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Aholming



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718)  Castle Dobel



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Einspach



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Nidern grass Weissensee



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Pantzing



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Schonbrun



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Wildthurn



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Seat Kolersaich



Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Schloss Hermgiersdorf



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Schloß Schönburg



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Baumgartten



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Hauntzenbergsoll



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Hermastorff



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Jelnkoffen



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Lanquardt



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Lauterbach



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Münchsdorf



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Panbruck



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Peurbach



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Pillhofen



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Seldenburg



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Weng



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Castle Wurmsham



  Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Grafentraubach



 Michael Wening (Bavarian artist, 1645-1718) Riedenburg


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