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Permaculture Design: A Step by Step Guide (English Edition) von [Aranya]
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For most people, taking the permaculture design course is a major life event. It opens the door on a new way of looking at the world, a new way of being in the world. It affects you on so many levels that, however well you took notes, inevitably some of what you learnt passes you by. That's why Aranya wrote this book: so that people could go away from the design courses he teaches and have a reference to the design methods he'd taught them. In effect it's a toolbox of permaculture design methods.Some people keep their tools in a higgledy-piggledy pile, chipped, blunt and uncared for. Others keep them in perfect order in a neat box, each one in its place, oiled, sharpened and ready to go. Aranya is one of the latter and this book reflects the keen clarity of his mind. Open its pages and you can put your finger right on the design tool you need, from triangulation to the enticingly-named desire lines. It's all there, described and illustrated, clearly and comprehensively.--Patrick Whitefield, Author of "The Earth Care Manual", and "How to Make a Forest Garden"

"For most people, taking the permaculture design course is a major life event. It opens the door on a new way of looking at the world, a new way of being in the world. It affects you on so many levels that, however well you took notes, inevitably some of what you learnt passes you by. That's why Aranya wrote this book: so that people could go away from the design courses he teaches and have a reference to the design methods he'd taught them. In effect it's a toolbox of permaculture design methods. Some people keep their tools in a higgldy-piggledy pile, chipped, blunt and uncared for. Others keep them in perfect order in a neat box, each one in its place, oiled, sharpened and ready to go. Aranya is one of the latter and this book reflects the keen clarity of his mind. Open its pages and you can put your finger right on the design tool you need, from triangulation to the enticingly-named desire lines. It's all there, described and illustrated, clearly and comprehensively."--Patrick Whitefield, author of The Earth Care Manual, and How to Make a Forest Garden

"Permaculture Design offers the reader a full look at the design process from team formation and management to client interview to data gathering to analysis. It goes on to give guidance for presenting proposals, managing implementation (including time management), and evaluating results. Filling an important and largely empty niche, it deserves to be in the hands (or in the back pocket or handbag) of every serious designer. The book is a major addition to the permaculture literature by a deeply insightful and generous author. Highly recommended."--Peter Bane, author of The Permaculture Handbook

"Teaching/learning how to do permaculture design work takes a lifetime and, as we usually only have people for 2 weeks (and there is plenty else to do) that's a big challenge. Generally we can only provide a broad-brush overview of a design process and then a sketchy (but useful) go-though to ground the information. That's usually much more than a person knew about before they came and yet there are a million questions that the novice so rightly needs to ask. Here, in this packed volume, there is a wealth of techniques and strategies for the newbie and the not so newbie alike. I am enjoying the read and I am recommending this book to all my students at Gaia University. Thanks for gathering all this together Aranya and thanks for explaining it all in your clear, informal and yet complete style."--Andy Langford, permaculture teacher and founder of Gaia University

"Permaculture Design offers the reader a full look at the design process from team formation and management to client interview to data gathering to analysis. It goes on to give guidance for presenting proposals, managing implementation (including time management), and evaluating results. Filling an important and largely empty niche, it deserves to be in the hands (or in the back pocket or handbag) of every serious designer. The book is a major addition to the permaculture literature by a deeply insightful and generous author. Highly recommended."--Peter Bane, author of The Permaculture Handbook



"Teaching/learning how to do permaculture design work takes a lifetime and, as we usually only have people for 2 weeks (and there is plenty else to do) that's a big challenge. Generally we can only provide a broad-brush overview of a design process and then a sketchy (but useful) go-though to ground the information. That's usually much more than a person knew about before they came and yet there are a million questions that the novice so rightly needs to ask. Here, in this packed volume, there is a wealth of techniques and strategies for the newbie and the not so newbie alike. I am enjoying the read and I am recommending this book to all my students at Gaia University. Thanks for gathering all this together Aranya and thanks for explaining it all in your clear, informal and yet complete style."--Andy Langford, permaculture teacher and founder of Gaia University



"For most people, taking the permaculture design course is a major life event. It opens the door on a new way of looking at the world, a new way of being in the world. It affects you on so many levels that, however well you took notes, inevitably some of what you learnt passes you by. That's why Aranya wrote this book: so that people could go away from the design courses he teaches and have a reference to the design methods he'd taught them. In effect it's a toolbox of permaculture design methods. Some people keep their tools in a higgldy-piggledy pile, chipped, blunt and uncared for. Others keep them in perfect order in a neat box, each one in its place, oiled, sharpened and ready to go. Aranya is one of the latter and this book reflects the keen clarity of his mind. Open its pages and you can put your finger right on the design tool you need, from triangulation to the enticingly-named desire lines. It's all there, described and illustrated, clearly and comprehensively."--Patrick Whitefield, author of The Earth Care Manual, and How to Make a Forest Garden

Kurzbeschreibung

This full colour book explains the design process and is based on course worksheets which have been designed, refined and tested on students over time. If you already have a basic knowledge of permaculture, from either reading another book or attending a course, then this guide is probably just what you need to build on your prior knowledge and put it into practical application. While it includes the ethics, principles and philosophies, it places them directly into the context of the design process. It also provides clarity about where different tools and techniques can be effectively applied in the overall scheme of things. Includes sections on: systems and patterns, design frameworks, land based design and beyond, working as part of a design team, site surveying and mapping, client interviews, working with large client groups, identifying functions and setting goals, choosing systems and elements, placement and integration, different design formats, implementation and maintenance planning, presenting your ideas to clients.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 11882 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 212 Seiten
  • ISBN-Quelle für Seitenzahl: 1856230910
  • Verlag: Permanent Publications (22. März 2012)
  • Verkauf durch: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B007NZBV8U
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This book does not go beyond a "hippie who wants to live ecologically friendly". Reading the books feels like being put back to elementary school, and does not really add to science-based knowledge with respect to permaculture.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Permaculture Design: A Step-by-Step Guide by Aranya 7. Juni 2012
Von Vince Kirchner - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Permaculture is relatively simple, simple concepts, simple ideas, simple applications, until you look at your first design application. Your mind goes blank, what do I do first, what do I do second, what if I make a mistake. After the initial panic set's in, you calm down and start to work through the principles one by one and the design starts to solidify. Because of those first time jitters, I was deeply interested in obtaining a copy of the book, "Permaculture Design: A Step-by-Step Guide" to see what others have accomplished and how they organized the design process. I was intrigued by a new book on design that would provide step by step instructions by an author that has obtained a very prestigious background in permaculture design and research. The book can be ordered by itself, or for a few dollars more you can receive and accompanying CD with actual the designs and background information on the work that Aranya has completed. With that, I preordered the book and waited patiently for it to arrive and finally that day came. Okay, maybe not so patiently...

I understand the importance of the permaculture design class and the impact it has on your thinking and your way of life. So I take the information gained during that designer class very seriously, no book will ever replace the designer class but it can serve as a preparation tool or to fill in gaps that might not have been covered in as much detail as you would like in the 72 hour designer class. For me, I wanted to look at the organization tools and the way that Aranya organized the flow of the mass amount of information to be gathered, evaluated, and organized to create a final permaculture design. And this book did not disappoint me. The book was full of information to assist you in the creation of your design from start to finish using simple tools, freely available software, and professional advice.

The book is organized in three major sections, the first covers the preparations which include observation skills and a brief description of the concepts of permaculture along with working with groups and conflict resolution. The second section covered the design process with details on the site survey and an excellent section on basic map types, map making using basic tools such as compass and measurements, and how to create your own maps, flowcharts, sector and solar maps, and soil type. Additional discussion on the client interview process, goal setting, choosing your systems and elements, and finally starting to create a design proposal of your thoughts and client wishes. The next information provided are details of how to organize the project using time lines, Pert and Gantt charts, the creation of a maintenance plan, resource list and finally how to create your formal presentation to the client. The third section provides information on organizational tools labeled incremental design that include additional flowcharts, mind mapping, the use of a diary, social structures and interaction between various networking groups for social stability and sustainability. Appendices, a resource list and glossary are also provided. The book is heavily illustrated with color images of every phase of the design process, and descriptions of computer based software are also provided as a guide to making professional presentations and reports using open source software, freely available to everyone at no charge.

The book was a pleasure to read, well thought out and presented with a desire to educate but also inspire us to make changes, changes in our own lives and for the good of the ones around us, changes of future generations to come by showing us just how easy it is to make those changes.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen At last! 15. Juni 2012
Von Andrew Langford - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I teach permaculture. Teaching/learning how to do permaculture design work takes a lifetime and, as we usually only have people for 2 weeks (and there is plenty else to do) that's a big challenge. Generally we can only provide a broad brush overview of a design process and then a sketchy (but useful) go though to ground the information. That's usually much more than a person knew about before they came and yet there are a million questions that the novice so rightly needs to ask.

Here, in this packed volume, there is a wealth of techniques and strategies for the newby and the not so newby alike. I am enjoying the read and I am recommending this book to all my students at Gaia University.

Thanks for gathering all this together Aranya and thanks for explaining it all in your clear, informal and yet complete style ...

Good job!
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1.0 von 5 Sternen very disappointed 24. März 2013
Von K Traband - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I was searching for information on permaculture design and found this very hard to follow for a beginner. The print may have been large, but the pictures were extremely small. I had to use a magnifying glass to look at them. I was hoping for some photos of what other people have done.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Really not a permaculture book! 24. Juni 2013
Von George - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If you want a serious Permaculture book do not buy this book. It was more like a book written to sell the idea to a client. Very little actual knowledge about the topic was given. It was very horrible to read. The images are small and hard to really see. I bought this book because of the reviews. It seems like the reviewers are friends of the author. DO NOT BUY!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great How-To on Permaculture 4. Februar 2013
Von Elle - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Aranya's Permaculture Design book is an ABSOLUTE MUST for anyone who's serious about learning how to do permaculture design. I like everything about it including the large, easy-to-read font, the sturdy pages and binding, the photos and diagrams, the layout, Aranya's clear, concise, and succinct way of explaining the how-to's, that the book fits into one's pocket to carry outside when needed, and so much more.

I have not found any one of the multitude of Permaculture books on the market to be as easy-to-understand and as inspiring a read as this one. Many thanks to Aranya for this gem of a book.
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