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28 May – 15 July / International Contest “Space for Ideas” in Stuttgart, DE

The City of Stuttgart launched The international ideas contest “Space for Ideas”. A total prize money of 30,000 euros is available. Anyone can participate – from individuals to enterprises, from students and schoolchildren to clubs and associations. All ideas are welcome. In particular, participation by international organisations are welcome, so all information will also be […]

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15 June / Landslide 2024: Demonstration Grounds, Call for Nominations, TCLF

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) has opened a call for nominations for Landslide, the foundation’s annual thematic report about threatened and at-risk landscapes. Landslide 2024: Demonstration Grounds will focus on sites associated with demonstrations and movements. “These multiple associations are waiting to be unlocked at almost every historic property or cultural landscape that has served […]

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3 April – July 2 / Democratic Landscape Transformation Seminar, OLA

Open Landscape Academy invites you to join an online seminar from April 3 to June 2 on Democratic Landscape Transformation. The seminar focuses on building a prototype collaborative model that “engages academic and local knowledge, professionalism and creativity, giving privilege to the perspectives of the historically underserved communities who have not had access to landscape […]

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31 May / Call for Papers – Landscape as Architecture

Call for papers for the symposium LANDSCAPE AS ARCHITECTURE Istituto di Studi Urbani e del Paesaggio (ISUP)Università della Svizzera italiana, Mendrisio, Switzerland 13th, 14th and 15th November 2024 Landscape architecture is a powerful tool for addressing issues that have generally been neglected in architectural research and practice until recently.Innovative methodological approaches inherent to the multidisciplinary […]

Books /

Sh*tscapes – 100 Mistakes in Landscape Architecture

Paul Bourel / Vladimir Guculak /

Sh*tscapes is a 160-page book by London-based landscape architects Vladimir Guculak and Paul Bourel. They are also founders of studio gb, landscape architecture and design studio focused on the integration of nature into the city.

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Palimpsestous Landscapes: Post-Industrial Parks

Urška Škerl /

A post-industrial park is typically a sexy landmark, easy to make a story of, photogenic, and a palimpsest in itself. It presents a victory of public use over the private and industrial by opening previously closed-off spaces. A post-industrial park offers some crucial topics of remediation, adaptive reuse, and social integration, among others. For a […]

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2 May / Webinar by Felixx on NBS at New European Bauhaus

Felixx is organizing a handful of events, accompanying the New European Bauhaus Festival. Read more about their AGENDA apply for events and more. Want to know about the power of Nature-Based Solutions? Felixx invites you to a webinar performed by Eduardo Marin Salinas. “More than half of the world’s population lives in cities, and that number […]

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July 18 / Competition for Conceptual Design of the Forest Park in Podgorica

Capital city Podgorica announces a public call for conceptual design of the Forest Park in Lješkopoljska Gorica in Podgorica. This Competition aims to achieve a comprehensive vision for the Forest Park Gorica that, through the transformation of underutilized spaces and innovative landscape-architectural solutions, will support the existing green infrastructure and drive the future vision for […]

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28 April / KERB Journal Open Call for Submissions

KERB Journal, a student-led landscape architecture publication produced by RMIT University in Melbourne, is interested in expressions of interest (EOI) for submission that speak to the UNSAID, within but also expanding beyond the discipline of landscape architecture. They are seeking a Max 200-word abstract, EOI’s will be received by COB 28 April 2024. Key examples […]

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30 April / Soak it Up: Designing with and for Flooding

The Cultural Landscape Foundation is organizing a conversation with Kongjian Yu, 2023 Oberlander Prize laureate, and Pieter Schengenga, director of H+N+S Landscape Architects, the Netherlands, moderated by Elizabeth K. Meyer, FASLA, University of Virginia. You can register for virtual participation on the 30th of April, from 10:00 – 11:15 AM ET. “Climate change is accelerating […]

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IFLA Launches Global Studio Program

IFLA GSP is a first step into integrating global landscape architecture academia. The program ties together 4 charettes associated with major LA events across 4 IFLA regions with the objective of research and development regarding the LA future leadership and a global network of LA education institutions. The LA events will take place during Autumn […]

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24-28 June: Landscape Forum 2024 in Tartu and Southern Estonia

Registrations for the Landscape Forum 2024, organised by LE:NOTRE Institute and ECLAS, are now open. Forum will take place in Tartu, Estonia, from June 24 – 28, 2024, hosted by the Estonian University of Life Sciences (EMU). The focus topic is The Landscape as the Container of the Bioeconomy, with working groups on water, forests, fibrescapes, […]

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Circles, Disks and Rings

Urška Škerl /

Observed as a recurring phenomenon in nature and universally interpreted, the circle stands as a fundamental geometric shape. It symbolizes various concepts such as infinity and unity, among others. In constructed environments, the focal or central point of a circle can be represented by a tree as the axis mundi, a fire pit or an […]

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IFLA 2024 Student Competition: Post-Violence Landscapes

Submission Deadline May 26, 2024, at 23.59 (GMT) “Earth is experiencing an unprecedented rate of change. We are living with ‘Code Red’. The scaleless and boundless nature of environmental crises, along with irreversible degradation in terrestrial, atmospheric, and aquatic environments, pose harm to all living beings and their habitats. A considerable amount of the world’s […]

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IFLA Initiative on Migration and Landscape: Call for Participation

Migration, a global phenomenon, has increasingly resulted in the displacement of communities and the proliferation of temporary and permanent refugee and migrant encampments. The precariousness of people’s health is affected by the lack of water and food sources, considerably escalating the vulnerability of these human groups and the rise of psychosocial problems. To address these […]

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22 March: “Restoration of Native Woodlands and Sustainable Forestry”, IFLA Europe Talk

IFLA Europe organizes a 3rd online event ‘Talk with Prof Ása L. Aradóttir on Restoration of native woodlands and sustainable forestry, on the 22nd of March 2024 at 13h CET Registration is required in advance for this event by following this link. The guest in this third Talk is Prof Ása L. Aradóttir, Professor, Department […]

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Crystal Palace Park Regeneration Plans Unveiled

Following an appointment by Bromley Council to lead the first phase of its Crystal Palace Park Regeneration Plan, HTA Design has revealed initial plans for the park, including the restoration of the beloved Grade-I listed dinosaur sculptures, amongst other significant upgrades. This will form part of the wider plan to reinstate the Grade-II* listed park, […]

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9-13 April: New European Bauhaus Festival and Prizes

New European Bauhaus organizes a festival with workshops, lectures and fairs on 9-13 April in Brussels. You can join to watch the Festival online or attend Satellite events across Europe and beyond. Location: Brussels, Parc du Cinquantenaire and the Arts & History Museum, online, or attend a Satellite Event from Europe and beyond. During interactive […]

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13 March, TCLF: Mary Miss and Women of Land Art Webinar

Mar 13, 2024, at 5 – 6:15pm CET Online Available Register Now “The threatened demolition of Mary Miss’ pioneering and influential site-specific installation Greenwood Pond: Double Site in the permanent collection of the Des Moines Art Center is the impetus for a 75-minute webinar about the significance and importance of land art by women artists. […]

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The Novel City: Faux Nature Maze

Urška Škerl /

When we speak of Nature in cities, the question we want to stress is, is nature in cities natural or in fact an artefact? When we speak of natural processes, they of course take place but apart from spontaneous nature, left to random succession, emerging in spaces that Gilles Clément calls the third landscapes, there […]

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Nominations for IFLA World-Level Elections are Open

IFLA has opened its call for nominations for various positions within it’s Executive Committee. This year we are holding World Level elections for: – President– Treasurer– Standing Committee Chair on Communications and External Relations– Standing Committee Chair on Education and Academic Affairs– Standing Committee Chair on Professional Practice and Policy The call for nominations start […]

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CCCB: Call for European Prize for Urban Public Space 2024

The Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona announces the 12th edition of the European Prize for Urban Public Space, which is open for entries from 5 March to 16 April 2024. The Prize promotes debate about urban responses to challenges such as climate emergency, the increase in inequalities and the impact of technological transformations. Exceptionally, […]

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ECLAS Awards 2024: Call for Nominations

European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools calls for nominations for outstanding achievements in the educational process until 31 March. In order to support the highest standards of landscape architecture education and research and to raise the awareness of scholarship in landscape architecture ECLAS bestows annual awards for outstanding performances by teachers, researchers and students. ECLAS […]

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Future Green City Congress in September in Utrech, NL

From 23 until 26 September 2024, over the course of four days, more than 3000 experts from around the world will share their passion and knowledge about the liveable green city with a future here. The Future Green City World Congress is an initiative of Royal Association Stadswerk the Netherlands and Royal Dutch society for […]

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EUmies Awards Finalists Revealed

The European Commission and the Fundació Mies van der Rohe, have revealed the seven finalists that will compete for the 2024 European Union Prize for Contemporary Architecture / Mies van der Rohe Awards, 5 in the Architecture category and 2 in the Emerging category. The jury considers that the 7 finalist works encourage and become […]

Featured / Interview /

HPO: On Temporary and Incomplete

Urška Škerl /

HPO is an art and event-architecture group from Ferrara. Their work has been, among other venues, presented at Milan Design Week and 18. Venice Biennale.

In the interview, we discuss the marginal position, DIY, incomplete architecture and the importance of play.

Featured / Interview / Landezine Talks / Lecture /

Observatorium: Public Art for Public Spaces

Landezine talks to Andre Dekker, who, together with Ruud Reutelingsperger, Lieven Poutsma and Geert van de Camp, forms a public art collective Observatorium. In the video, Dekker gives a 30-minute-long presentation of some of Observatorium’s most recent and most important works. Their artworks traverse the realms of urban planning, landscape design, architectural innovation, and artistic […]

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ASLA Awards 2024: Call for Entries

The American Society of Landscape Architects invites you to apply for the Professional and Student Awards. Registration deadline is February 23,
submission deadline is March 15. You can apply in different categories, Professional Awards include General Design, Residential Design, Urban Design, Analysis & Planning, Communications, and Research categories. In each of these categories, juries select a […]

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Soundscapes – International Landscape Study Days, 23.&24. of February in Treviso and Online

Soundscapes The experience of silence and sound in the landscape International Landscape Study Days Thursday 22-Friday 23 February 2024, Treviso and online Friday 16 February 2024, from 5 pm, online preview The 20th edition of the International Landscape Study Days, organised by Fondazione Benetton Studi Ricerche, will be held in Treviso (at the Palazzo Bomben […]

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Conference: Forest Futures / Harvard GSD

The Harvard Graduate School of Design organized a two-day conference titled Forest Futures: Will the Forest Save Us All? It is open to the public and available via streaming. Planetary survival in the Anthropocene crucially depends on the stewardship of resilient forest ecosystems worldwide—at the scales of wilderness, planted forests, metropolitan tracts, and the urban […]

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Tim Waterman On Astronauts, LSD and Landscape Architecture / Lecture + Q&A

Tim Waterman is Professor of Landscape Theory and Inter-Programme Collaboration Director at the Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL. He is Chair of the Landscape Research Group (LRG), a Non-Executive Director of the digital arts collective Furtherfield, and an advisor to the Centre for Landscape Democracy at the Norwegian University of Life Sciences. He is also […]

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EUmies Awards Shortlist Announced

Mies van der Rohe Award, a European Union Prize for contemporary architecture, announced 40 shortlisted projects in programs including Collective Housing, Cultural and Educational Building, Food & Accommodation, Government & Civic, Health, Industry, Infrastructure, Landscape, Mixed use, Single house, Sport & Leisure, Ephemeral and Urban planning. The 7 members of the jury – Frédéric Druot, […]

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LILA 2023 / Lisa Diedrich on Aesthetics of the Transitory and Operating As a Radicant

In this interview, Zaš Brezar talks to Prof. Dr. Lisa Diedrich, the winner of LILA 2023 Honour Award. She speaks about her professional development throughout the years and specifically about being a ‘straddler’ between professional practice and academia. She references several books and projects that inspire her as a landscape architect, architect, journalist and especially […]

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Interview with Taktyk: Landscape Architecture is Not Enough

Landezine met with Taktyk at the XII Barcelona International Landscape Biennial in November 2023, at the same place where we made the first interview, seven years ago. Taktyk’s work is a collage of collaborations showing sensitivity to the site, tackling its most vulnerable spots. Sébastien Penfornis and Thierry Kandjee seek through prospective visions, on-site works […]

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Cobe Opens Opera Park in Copenhagen

The Opera Park, designed by the Danish landscape architecture studio Cobe, is a public park on the Copenhagen harbor front designed for recreation, relaxation and contemplation in the middle of the dense city center. A green lung offering a diverse variation of trees, bushes, plants and flowers. Organized with inspiration from the European capital’s historical […]

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Call for Abstracts – 2024 IFLA World Congress

CALL FOR ABSTRACTS AND PROJECTS – 2024 IFLA WORLD CONGRESS ‘CODE RED’ FOR EARTH Earth is experiencing an unprecedented rate of change. We are all living with ‘Code Red’. The scaleless and boundless nature of environmental crises creates an irreversible degradation in terrestrial, atmospheric, and aquatic environments that harm all living and their habitats. A […]

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Winners Announced at the XII Barcelona International Landscape Biennal

The XII Barcelona International Landscape Biennal – The Poetics of Remediation was organised by The Architects’ Association of Catalonia (COAC), The Oficina de Paisatge, Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya (UPC) and Nature-based Solutions (NbS-BCN) from the 24th to the 28th of November. Several speakers presented their projects and research in a rich event programme, accompanied by the […]

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Adventurous Garden Wins Danish Landscape Award 2023

Landezine team congratulates MASU Planning for winning the award! PRESS: H.C. Andersen’s Have by MASU Planning is the winner of the Danish Landscape Prize 2023. The prize is DKK 50,000 and is awarded by ‘Danske Arkitektvirksomheder’, ‘Park- og Naturforvalterne’ and ‘Danske Landskabsarkitekter’. MASU Planning wins Danish Landscape Award 2023 for ‘H.C. Andersen’s Have’, located in […]

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Strategies Against Sameness #2

Zaš Brezar /

We continue with French philosopher Michel Foucault. In his 1967 speech to an architecture audience, he introduced the concept of “heterotopia”. It was published in 1984 as an essay, Des Espaces Autres (Of Other Spaces), and it deals with the nature of space and its relation to society. Heterotopias are unique spatial entities that challenge conventional notions of space and compel reflection on the social, cultural, and ideological matters of our world.

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Ecology is Invisible / Interview with Günther Vogt

Günther Vogt probably needs no introduction in our profession; he has been an important practitioner for a couple of decades now, appreciated globally for his rich, non-linear and adventurous design approach. Initially, his education was more in the direction of botany. He later shifted to landscape architecture by studying in Rapperswil, Switzerland. After his study […]

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Let’s Talk About Sustainability.

Thorbjörn Andersson /

Today’s most urgent topic for all professional groups everywhere must be how to give our planet and its inhabitants possibilities to survive. Never before has the professional field of landscape architects shifted its goals so quickly, as we have seen only over the last few years. The focus for landscape architecture nowadays is clearly sustainability. […]

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Betania Garden – Rich and Detailed Composition With Minimum Amount of Moves

Sarah Cowles of Ruderal presents their design for the Betania Garden near Tbilisi, Georgia, which was awarded LILA 2023 Special Mention in the Garden category. We start the discussion with an update on Arsenal Oasis, another LILA-winning project from 2021 (See the presentation). For the Betania Garden, the LILA 2023 jury wrote: At first glance, […]

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AILA 2023 Landscape Architecture Awards

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects, AILA, announced the winners of the AILA 2023 Awards. More than 40 awards were given to a wide range of projects. The awarded designers are also members of Landezine. The Landezine team congratulates all winners! _

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Kongjian Yu Wins the 2023 Oberlander Prize

Today, the Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) has officially declared Chinese landscape architect Kongjian Yu, the founder of Turenscape, as the recipient of the 2023 Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize, also known as the Oberlander Prize. Kongjian Yu has gained worldwide recognition for his unparalleled advocacy of the “sponge cities” concept, aimed at mitigating […]

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Strategies Against Sameness #1

Zaš Brezar /

The production of landscape architecture projects has been in recent years outstanding, and our entire professional community has much to be proud of. But as always, there is a flip side; like in architecture or any design discipline of the globalised and speeding-up world, we are faced with a sea of sameness. Too many buildings […]

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YoungSun Jung receives The IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award 2023

The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) announced YoungSun Jung as the recipient of the prestigious 2023 IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award in Landscape Architecture. This esteemed award stands as the pinnacle of recognition for landscape architects and represents the highest honour bestowed by IFLA. The jury, comprising the chair and members from IFLA’s five […]

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The Cultural Landscape Foundation Announces Landslide® 2023: 25 Years/25 Saved

The Cultural Landscape Foundation (TCLF) released Landslide 2023: 25 Years/25 Saved, a report and digital exhibition that features 25 landscapes and landscape groupings, representing 40 sites, that have been saved and protected for future generations due to TCLF’s advocacy, individually and in partnership with other organizations. In recognition of TCLF’s 25th anniversary this year, the annual thematic Landslide focuses on advocacy and public engagement success stories rather than on threatened landscapes and landscape features and looks forward to new opportunities, challenges, and possibilities as TCLF broadens its lens, expands its research, and leverages the public’s expanded interest in and understanding of cultural landscapes.

Books /

Design by Fire / Book by Emily Schlickman and Brett Milligan

Across the world, the risks of wildfires are increasing and expanding. Due to past and current human actions, we dwell in the age of fire – the Pyrocene – and the many challenges and climate adaptation questions it provokes. Exploring our past and current relationships with fire, this book speculates on the pyro futures yet […]

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