LET OP LICHT BESCHADIGD!
Lisa Diedrich, Sonia Curnier, Mark Hendriks, Anaïs Leger-Smith, Claudia Moll
Katarina Bajc, Martine Bakker, Sonia Curnier, Lisa Diedrich, Mike Friesen, Harry Harsema,
Mark Hendriks, Anaïs Leger-Smith, Christel Lindgren, Claudia Moll, Usue Ruiz Arana
Daphne de Bruijn (design and desk editing), Harry Harsema, Blauwdruk Publishers
Sara Butler, Derek Middleton
ENG, Softcover with dust jacket, 17x24 cm, 432 pages, full colour
This sixth edition of the book series Landscape Architecture Europe shows and reflects on 63 contemporary projects, selected by a practitioners’ jury out of over 200 entries from all over Europe.
The selected projects are groundbreaking: some for their innovative ways of tackling sustainability, others for their political stance concerning concepts such as nature and democracy.
This richly illustrated book offers thought-provoking texts in support of four landscape architectural approaches to the challenges of the 21st century:
- Europe’s commitment: Working with Grand Challenges
- Europe’s strength: Public Spaces
- Where we live today: Landscapes as Mind-Openers
- What we need to develop: Landscapes for urban futures
This publication was made possible with financial support of BSLA FSAP (Bund Schweizer Landschaftsarchitekten und Landschaftsarhitektinnen), IFLA Europe (International Federation of Landscape
Architects), the NH Bos Foundation and Creative Industries Fund NL.