riverscape


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riverscape

(ˈrɪvəˌskeɪp)
n
(Physical Geography) the landscape at or around a river
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riverscape

a view or representation of a river, especially in a painting, photograph, etc.
See also: Representation
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Combined, the designs could see the Tyne riverscape transformed with a green zone, floating leisure facilities, street planting, floating islands of vegetation and boardwalks.
The combination of both designs could see the Tyne Riverscape transformed with the introduction of a green zone with living walls, floating leisure facilities including boating activities and a water park, attractive street planting, vegetated floating islands and boardwalks that would allow people to feel more connected with the river.
Two such projects provided relief between 1905 and 1907, although a much larger and more ambitious 1908 plan to address industrial damage to the riverscape of West Ham collapsed.
Passengers get to see birds on the river as well as the famous kittiwake nesting tower while also watching the changing riverscape on both banks of the Tyne which takes in Gateshead works and swathes of greenery.
She found herself drawn to the Herbert Street house because it's near Riverscape on the Great Miami River, and the house boasts a large urban garden, she said.
What starts out as a frolic of losers and drifters along the American riverscape flows into something more sinister when twelve-year-old Billy Sycamore encounters a stranger in the woods, while Alice is left to deal with the fall-out.
She connects the Thames to environmental discourse through an analysis of the polluted national riverscape and what this meant for the self-understanding of Britons, above all Londoners.
Every floor in the nine-story bed tower has almost floor-to-ceiling windows, including the patient rooms, which let in natural light and views of the courtyards along the riverscape. Patients also have access to a main outdoor courtyard with a water fountain, an interior courtyard and rooftop garden within the women's services unit, and an outdoor walking trail.
Fergal said: "The look of the place, particularly the riverscape, is transformed.
"Notwithstanding the quality of the architectural design, it is considered the scale and, in particular, the height of the development as proposed would be unacceptably dominant in the city, would be visually intrusive in the streetscape and riverscape and would seriously injure the visual amenities of the city and its skyline.
But I can never walk its streets or gaze on Paris's staggeringly beautiful riverscape without thinking that it has also seen terrible times.

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