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Conference BeyondIsm: The Landscape of Landscape Urbanism – deadline for registration extended to September 23!
Welcome to Sweden, Alnarp & Malmö!
WHEN/ October 19-21, 2016
WHERE/ Alnarp Campus, Malmö, Sweden
HOST/ SLU Landscape
FURTHER INFORMATION/ www.slu.se/conference-beyond-ism
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CALL FOR PAPERS
We invite you to submit your scientific full paper to our Scientific
journal „Landscape Architecture and Art”. More detailed information
and requirements for full papers are found here:
Next full paper submission: 30.10.2016.
Till now all published Scientific journal:
Abstracted and indexed*
AGRIS; CABI PUBLISHING CAB ABSTRACTS; EBSCO Art Source
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From September 11-14, 2016, the international community of landscape architecture meets in Rapperswil for this year's ECLAS Conference (http://conference.eclas.org/). The event, held for the first time in Switzerland, provides a forum for discussion and multi-national idea exchange between landscape architecture professionals from over 30 countries.
There are still a few places left to participate in the conference and conference registration is open until August 19.
Please register here: https://ilf.hsr.ch/index.php?id=14491
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Call for ECLAS awards 2016
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 awards for outstanding performances by teachers, researchers and students.
ECLAS has four types of awards:
· ECLAS Lifetime achievement Award
· ECLAS Outstanding Educator Award
· ECLAS Outstanding Researcher Award
· ECLAS Outstanding Student Award (three categories: 1st cycle, 2nd cycle and 3rd cycle)
A nomination should comprise a completed nomination form, [with a short motivation for the nomination (maximum 200 words),] the nominee's curriculum vitae, a biographical sketch that summarises the highlights of the nominee's career or achievements (3 pages maximum) and evidence of this achievement [(maximum 6 pages and/or portfolio panels)].
Please download the form from
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CALL FOR ABSTRACTS
OASE # 98 Narrating Urban Landscapes
This issue of OASE brings together an interest in the perception and design of urban landscapes with a particular methodological view. In urban planning and landscape practices developed in recent decades, notions such as ‘sense of place’ and site-specificity have been reintroduced as leading concepts, especially in redevelopment of ‘post-productive’ landscapes: former industrial areas, brownfields, harbours, mining sites, etcetera. Here, the landscape was transformed and manipulated rigorously in favour of industrial production processes, and often planned from a bird’s-eye perspective, according to tabula rasa methods or zoning plans projected directly from the drawing table onto the territory. In redesigning and making accessible such spaces, this abstracting perspective made way for an approach taking into account the experience on the terrain, rooting the identity of a site in a retracing of former uses. Therefore, in much of these reconversion projects (for example in Emscher Park), design approaches are called in that claim to ‘read’ the different layers and meanings of a site, understood as the locus of different stories, which can be revealed, reconstructed and altered. Today, a new type of redevelopment is high on the agenda: that of suburban areas around or between cities. Built mainly in the post-Second World War period, these urban landscapes are subject to far-reaching demographic changes and development pressure, especially because most city centres and the above-mentioned post-productive landscapes are becoming fully developed. However, suburban areas often seem to lack the site-specificity and the history of inner cities and brownfields. An important challenge is how to enhance the legibility of an urban landscape that has been planned in a seemingly chaotic way, from tabula rasa planning to a piecemeal infill, juxtaposing layers and – often contradictory – meanings? If suburbia is to become city, what is its ‘sense of place’? And what is the story that holds it together?