Alison B. Hirsch, Barbara Wilks, Peggy Shepard, Steven Handel
Publisher: Oro Editions
Dynamic Geographies seeks to address these perceptions with a series of our projects as examples one for every of our 20 years in business.
Landscapes are forged by many forces and are dynamic, not static. Yet most landscape designs are designed as static; that is, they are designed not to change substantially for 20-50 years. As cities become the dominant living space for humans, allowing non-human forces to contribute to our designs as landscape architects will make for more resilient landscapes and a healthier planet. Making these dynamic landscapes with our non-human partners will require a new landscape aesthetic, changing the public perception of ‘landscape’, and changing maintenance practices. Dynamic Geographies seeks to address these perceptions with a series of our projects as examples. The book is divided into three segments of overlapping geographies: Invisible geographies, Layered geographies, and Unleashing geographies.
|Dimensions||210 × 270 mm|