KERB 21 | Call for Papers

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Kerb Journal of Landscape Architecture has put out the call for papers for its 21st edition. KERB is a student-run annual publication featuring works from distinguished practitioners and students alike and is produced and edited by students of the Department of Landscape Architecture at RMIT University. Kerb aims to highlight people and projects that are strengthening design discourse in a multi-disciplinary way.

Kerb 21 topic is ‘Peripheral Processes: Adapted Modes of Practice’ and will address the current issues unfolding within design discourse. We seek submissions documenting design projects and processes in the form of research, essays, sketches and diagrams, collage, prose, photography, film, digital animations or film, grassroots projects, folk and contemporary art and everything in between.
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VIDEO | Paris using sheep to maintain park lawns


New York Times reports on the City of Paris using sheep to maintain park lawns. Paris is turning back the clock. Many parks around the world previously used sheep to maintain lawns including Central Park where sheep grazed from 1860’s until the mid-1930’s. (Video Source | New York Times | Length 2:05)

Cronton Colliery | Knowlsey United Kingdom | HASSELL

Cronton Colliery | Knowlsey United Kingdom | HASSELL
HASSELL was one of four finalists shortlisted in the Royal Institute of British Architects / Land Trust competition to create a master plan for a new public open space and visitor destination at the former Cronton Colliery site – a disused coal mine in Knowlsey, United Kingdom.
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Forgotten Spaces Ideas Competition

Forgotten Spaces is open to all university students and professionals within the arts, design and built environment vocations located in the UK. Now in its third year in London, this design competition asks architects, planners, artists, engineers and landscape designers to nominate an existing over-looked site in the Greater London area and propose an idea for its improvement.
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Gold Coast Cultural Precinct International Design Competition

The Council of the City of Gold Coast will open Gold Coast Cultural Precinct Design Competition on 26 March with the launch of a new project website. The two-stage competition is open to international teams and is expected to attract some of the world’s top architects and landscape architects.
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