Jannemarie de Jonge (2008)
Paperback, 239 pages, maps and design drawings
English with extended summary in Dutch
Landscape architecture in the 20th century has developed from a practice-oriented discipline for designing parks and gardens into a broad professional field covering all scales and both urban and
rural areas. It also gained an established position as a scientific discipline. In tackling today’s complex planning and design issues, landscape architects necessarily cooperate with other
experts, researchers, politicians, users and clients. In a co-design approach it is important to be able to clarify one’s own disciplinary base. With her thesis ‘Landscape Architecture between
Politics and Science’ Jannemarie de Jonge provides a theoretical framework for co-design in large-scale landscape architecture as an integrative perspective for the practice of landscape planning
Dit boek kwam mede tot stand dankzij financiële ondersteuning van het Stimuleringsfonds voor Architectuur, stichting NHBos en de EFL Stichting.