Cover 3-2019

For whom? Exploring landscape design
as a political project

 

Papers

A retreat critique:
Deliberations on design and ethics in the flood zone
Lizzie Yarina, Miho Mazereeuw and Larisa Ovalles


From novel to relational:
An approach to care for relational landscapes
Sara Jacobs


Gardening as geopolitics
Kenny Cupers


Nature’s offensive:
The sociobiological theory and practice of
Louis Van der Swaelmen
Koenraad Danneels


Computational pastoralism
Susan Herrington and David Zielnicki


Under the Sky

Transit
Kristof Vrancken


Thinking Eye

Revisiting the High Line as sociopolitical project
Greet De Block, Vera Vicenzotti, Lisa Diedrich


Beyond appearances:
Community activism and New York City’s High Line
Diane E. Davis and Stephen F. Gray


When urban greening becomes an accumulation
strategy: Exploring the ecological, social and
economic calculus of the High Line
Natalie Gulsrud and Henriette Steiner


Book Reviews

Overgrown: Practices between Landscape
Architecture and Gardening
Review by Thierry Kandjee


The End of Landscape in Nineteenth-Century America
Review by William L. Coleman


Natura: Environmental Aesthetics after Landscape
Review by Zanna Mae Matson


The Fabric of Space:
Water, Modernity and the Urban Imagination
Review by Kelly Shannon


Conference Review

ECLAS Conference 2019:
Lessons from the past, visions for the future: Celebrating 100 years of landscape architecture education in Europe
Review by Maria Beatrice Andreucci