Landscape Architecture pubblico
[search 0]
Altro

Scarica l'app!

show episodes
 
Loading …
show series
 
Here's a summary of what came out of the LANDSCAPEmatters debate on environmental art and landscape architecture (held by LANDSCAPEmatters on 15th June 2021) with a comment on the historical context for the issues (in the design theory of Vitruvius Pollio, whose book was published 2000 years ago). If you'd prefer an illustrated version of this podc…
 
https://www.larchitect.org/ Today’s conversation is centered around a post-industrial site on the north-eastern edge of Paris, known as Chapelle Charbon, that is soon to become a new public park for the city of Paris. As a former rail depot, the 6.5 hectare (or 16 acre) site will be developed in several phases over the next decade. As part of this …
 
Though published out of sequence, this is is the first of nine or ten podcasts about the relationship between the Environment, Art and Landscape Architecture. I’ve also done a short YouTube video about this - with rather a long title. It was called A History of Land Art, Ecological and Environmental Art in relation to Landscape Architecture and mad…
 
Thierry KANDJEE is a landscape architect, in charge of taktyk Brussels and Chair of Landscape in the Architecture Faculty La Cambre Horta. His practice based research investigated how to design landscape skeletons as a model of/for robust landscapes. Sébastien PENFORNIS is an architect and urban designer in charge of taktyk Paris office. He also te…
 
Brodie McAllister gives an outline of land art, environmental art and their relationship to landscape architecture. The debate was organised by LANDSCAPEmatters and held on 15th June 2021. Brodie became the Landscape Institute’s President Elect a few days before the debate.
 
"Environmental Art" can be seen to have originated in the early 20th century, with Picasso, collage, Duchamp, readymade artworks, Cubism and Minimalism. Or it can be seen to derive from the ancient world, including the Pyramids, Stonehenge and many projects in the history of landscape architecture and garden design. Asking "what is the difference b…
 
https://islandpress.org/books/schools-heal https://www.larchitect.org/ What would a school look like if it was designed with mental health in mind? Too many public schools look and feel like prisons, designed out of fear of vandalism and truancy. But we know that nurturing environments are better for learning. Research consistently shows that acces…
 
Landscape architecture is a very good job and a very satisfying career. The work is creative, exciting and a great way to solve environmental problems and contribute to the mitigation of climate change. See illustrated version of this podcast on YouTube. It was made for people thinking about a career in landscape architecture AND for professionals …
 
This is a special episode. This particular episode with Paul & Jack Haden from C2 Collaborative represents the evolution of the podcast. Not only do we have a wonderful conversation with this Father / Son duo on site. But after the podcast we put microphones on both of them and filmed them talking amongst themselves throughout one of the most cutti…
 
https://www.hunterindustries.com/ Nick Straabe is a Licensed Landscape Architect currently focused on the design, specification, sales, implementation and management of low voltage lighting and irrigation systems for Hunter Industries. Jason Wan establishes Maintains and Builds relationships with Landscape Architects for Hunter Industries.…
 
Robert Andrade explores the values and meaning embedded in materials symbols and structures of the built environment by employing the use of industrial materials and construction methods evocative of urban spaces and various landscape typologies. Andrade is also interested in how humans intervene in the natural world, imposing order and artifice on…
 
The UK Landscape Institute election, in May 2021, is a good opportunity to think about the future of the landscape profession, the art of landscape architecture and the UK Landscape Foundation. The LI dates from 1929 and the LF from 1992. Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe was right that both are needed. As well having a major role in shaping the LI, Jellicoe e…
 
Landscape Institute (LI) Past President Merrick Denton-Thompson OBE looks to the future in a wide-ranging debate with Past LI Vice President Brodie McAllister. They see many ways in which landscape architects contribute to the adaptation of project designs to mitigate the impact of global warming on climate change. Landscape architects' work can be…
 
As an architect of contemporary architectural design and now working as an artist, my focus is to engage people in a shared experience; capturing an authentic sense of place, context and narrative. I view the integration of Fine Art & Architectural Elements offered through my newest venture, Studio Vlock, as a natural evolution of that vision; one …
 
CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES ON SPATIAL PRACTICE LABASH 2021 - SUNDAY, APRIL 11th Tonight’s session will begin with three, 10-minute presentations from our panelists: the first by, Dr. Ghazal Jafari, founding director of OPEN SYSTEMS / Landscape Infrastructure Lab, and currently an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture at University of Virginia; n…
 
Wilks Family Director, Ian L. McHarg Center Billy Fleming is the Wilks Family Director of the Ian L. McHarg Center in the Weitzman School of Design, a senior fellow with Data for Progress, and co-director of the "climate + community project." His fellowship with Data for Progress has focused on the built environment impacts of climate change, and r…
 
https://www.larchitect.org/ A Low-Brow, Crass Approach to Plant Ecology & Evolution as muttered by a Misanthropic Chicago Italian. Amidst mild profanity and general irreverence, we examine plant life (the base of Earth's food chain) and the nature of the rocks and soil they grow on, as well as the evolutionary adaptations that enable them to do wha…
 
There's an illustrated version of this podcast on Youtube https://youtu.be/qdZIVBRGIec It takes an overview of how and why cities could, and surely will, come to have vegetated rooftops with a profusion of roof gardens. The text is from an online lecture by Tom Turner to the London Branch of the UK Landscape Institute LI on 16th February 2021.…
 
In this episode Andrew interviews Andreas and Samuel from Stockholm based Hermansson Hiller Lundberg Architects. Their practice is concerned with the capacity for contemporary construction for expression - and they explore structure and a close reading of context to make characterful and beautifully considered work at a wide variety of scales. The …
 
Does the landscape profession need professional societies? Yes. Institutes, societies and similar bodies have a vital role: in promoting landscape architecture, in maintaining standards - and in raising standards. This podcast is about the past, present and future of the Landscape Institute - and about the term ‘landscape architecture’. Though it’s…
 
Larchitect Panel 002 discusses strategies, shared experiences, successes, and challenges of approaching design, activism , and advocacy from a proactive approach. VIDEO >> https://youtu.be/l0WgPGmCmUQ PANELISTS SARA ABED Executive Director- National Association of Minority Landscape Architects 501(c)(3) https://www.nationalamla.org/ VIVIANA FRANCO …
 
Seguidamente me encuentro caminando a través de este parque particular en elcentro de Los Ángeles durante el medio día cuando el sol pega directamente. Sé que tiene un nombre oficial, pero nunca puedo recordarlo. Todos que conozco lo llaman "Parque de Protesta". Esta vez es medio de Marzo, cuando en Los Ángeles la temperatura es calida y luego se e…
 
I often find myself walking through this particular Downtown Los Angeles Park around noon where the sun directly hits. I know there is an official name for the park, but I can never remember it. Everyone I know just calls it “Protest Park”. It’s the middle of March where in Los Angeles the temperature is warm and then cools once the sun starts hidi…
 
Es posible que algunos solo hayan escuchado el acrónimo DACA y es posible que no tengan muy claro qué es realmente. Describiré algunos detalles. Según el Consejo Estadounidense de Inmigración (American Immigration Council), “DACA es un ejercicio de discreción fiscal, que brinda alivio temporal de la deportación (acción diferida) y autorización de t…
 
Some may have only heard the acronym DACA and may not be very clear on what it really is. I will describe a few details. According to the American Immigration Council, “DACA is an exercise of prosecutorial discretion, providing temporary relief from deportation (deferred action) and work authorization to certain young undocumented immigrants who we…
 
¡Hola a todos! Me gustaría darles la bienvenida a todos a nuestro cuarto episodio del Bravely Curious Podcast. En este episodio, nos enfocaremos en la importancia de proteger y preservar nuestro paisaje. Pero primero, debemos definir las diferencias entre Preservar y Proteger en el paisaje. Preservar es proteger, cuidar, y defender, mientras que pr…
 
Hello everyone! My name is Ryan Ortiz, and I would like to welcome you all to our fourth episode of the Bravely Curious Podcast. In this episode we will be immersing ourselves into the importance of protecting and preserving our public and private landscape. But first we must define the differences between Preservation and Protection in the landsca…
 
Para este episodio, hemos dividido el tema del robo en tres temas distintos: robo original, robo enmascarado y robo contemporáneo. El primer tema Robo original se basará en el asentamiento original de América del Norte y los impactos de la Doctrina del Descubrimiento. El segundo tema Robo enmascarado se basa en cuestiones relativas al dominio emine…
 
For this episode, we have broken down the subject of stealing into three distinct topics: Original Stealing, Masked Stealing, and Contemporary Stealing. The first topic Original Stealing will be based upon the original settlement of North America and the impacts of the Doctrine of Discovery. The second topic Masked Stealing is based upon issues reg…
 
Este es un gran tema. Hay mucho por descubrir y descifrar. Que es prácticamente imposible para mí hacerlo en un episodio. Entonces, el propósito de este episodio es presentar una colección de información y ofrecer una base para comenzar. La información sobre este tema no está completa de ninguna manera, hay mucha historia que cubrir, es casi imposi…
 
This is a big topic. There is so much to uncover and decipher. That it's pretty much impossible for me to do it in one episode. So, the purpose of this episode is to present a collection of information and offer a foundation for us to start. Information for this topic is in no way complete, there is so much history to cover, it’s nearly impossible,…
 
The Second Studio is an explicit podcast about design, architecture, and the everyday. Hosted by Architects David Lee and Marina Bourderonnet, it features different creative professionals in unscripted and long-format interviews with thoughtful takes and personal discussions. Honesty and humor are used to cover a wide array of subjects.…
 
An illustrated version of this podcast is available on Youtube. A reasonable case exists for seeing John Claudius Loudon as Landscape Architecture's Giant. He lived from 1783-1843. More research is necessary but it is evident that: (1) Loudon was nearer to polymath status than anyone else who has devoted their life to the profession (2) Loudon had …
 
In this episode Simon Henley interviews Milinda Pathiraja. Milinda's is a director and co-founder of Robust Architecture Workshop, a practice based in Sri Lanka, and concerned with developing new means for architecture to operate there. The term 'Robust' is key, its meaning to Milinda representing architectures ability to develop a resilience by a …
 
http://www.sdisf.com/book Surfacedesign, Inc. is a landscape architecture and urban design firm based in San Francisco, California. This award-winning practice focuses on creating dynamic parks, plazas, waterfronts, civic landscapes, and private gardens. James A. Lord, Roderick Wyllie, and Geoff di Girolamo, in collaboration with a multidisciplinar…
 
No surprise if half of you hate Jordan Peterson and the other half love him. That's how it goes. But I guess we all love Geoffrey Jellicoe. The theme of the podcast is that just as Modernism and Postmodernism were cultural trends with a powerful influence on 20th century design, whatever comes after them (which was called post-postmodernism in the …
 
https://www.freshoffthevote.com/ FRESH OFF THE VOTE is a grassroots podcast on a mission to make politics fun. Our team is 100% self identified Asian American Pacific Islander youth ready to make waves for the November 2020 election. We created the podcast as a home for conversations on the different key issues of the election and to discuss voter …
 
This episode is a lecture I (Michael Todoran) gave at Cal Poly Pomona's Department of Landscape Architecture on January 31st, 2017. I have been debating whether or not I should release this lecture for 3 years now because of the vulnerability in this lecture. I talk about sobriety, PTSD, and major failures in my life. I hope you find this episode b…
 
This podcast is a critique of a competition winning design for converting a romantic public garden beside the Houses of Parliament in Westminster into a UK Holocaust Memorial. The small and much-loved greenspace would become a wide verge for a heavily trafficked pedestrian walk from Parliament Square to the Memorial. The design was by Kathryn Gusta…
 
In this episode Nana Biamah Ofosu and Andrew Clancy interview Shelley McNamara and Yvonne Farrell of Grafton Architects.Nana is a tutor in the Kingston School of Art, leading studies into precedent and the lessons found in territorial Ghanaian architecture as part of her Second Year Studio. Grafton Architects are the current Pritzker Laureates, an …
 
Ideas lie at the heart of landscape architecture and should have the same place in the design process. This includes ideas about the natural world, about society, about culture and about the traditions of making cities, gardens and landscapes. To integrate these ideas they can be represented with words and images. The words should be as concise as …
 
This episode features Kofi Boone, Professor of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning, and NC State University College of Design. He focuses on the changing nature of communities and developing tools for enhanced community engagement and design. This episode was researched, produced, and edited by Joanna Karaman with coordination by Mich…
 
This is the third part of a podcast, based on Tom Turner's book on City as landscape. A design method is proposed which draws upon Christopher Alexander's Pattern language and other types of structuralist thinking. The method uses types of pattern: natural pattern structures, human pattern structures, archetypal pattern structures, and patterns fou…
 
POC Architecture General Information Who we are & our mission (all our main talking points) We are a couple of black architecture students from Canada. We created this page to showcase architecture projects done by people of colour. During the course of our education, we noticed a lack of architecture projects from people of colour being taught. As…
 
Loading …

Guida rapida

Google login Twitter login Classic login