Book Review | Overgrown by Julian Raxworthy

July 15, 2019,AEST

Overgrown by Julian Raxworthy calls on landscape architects to embrace gardening and connecting with the site and working plants in the landscape. He encourages landscape architects to develop a new type of design practice by leaving their offices including the | Read More

Book Review | Staging Urban Landscapes by B. Cannon Ivers

December 3, 2018,AEST

Staging Urban Landscapes: The Activation and Curation of Flexible Public Spaces edited by B. Cannon Ivers explores the history of designing flexible spaces for activation and adaptability. The foreword by Charles Waldheim who reviews the history of activation and concentrating | Read More

Book Review | SH*T Gardens

July 14, 2018,AEST

The Sh*t Gardens book is the creation of  James Hull (teacher) and Bede Brennan (landscape architect), which is a celebration of residential yards and gardens. As you can tell from the title this is not your normal coffee table garden book, | Read More

Book Review | Representing Landscapes: Hybrid

May 29, 2018,AEST

Representing Landscapes: Hybrid edited by Nadia Amoroso looks at various methodoligies and projects that utilise a Hybrid and mixed media approach to create diagrams, plans, and illustrations (renders/perspectives). From photoshop with plans to hand drawings overlaid on photos and other | Read More

Book Review | SUP – Weeds in NYC

March 12, 2018,AEST

    SUP (Spontaneous Urban Plants) – Weeds in NYC is a written by David Seiter with Future Green Studio investigates the role of weeds in the urban ecosystem by profiling a cross section of weeds. The intent is to stimulate a | Read More

Wild sets the tone for the new LA+ journal

August 11, 2015,AEST

LA+ is a new interdisciplinary journal from the University of Pennsylvania School of Design. LA+ takes a broader approach to landscape architecture looking at various issues facing the landscape architecture profession from a macro level.

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