Here is the complete video of the e-lecture on landscape machines. It contains some minor technical failures, as were part of the original e-lecture, https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/p4wiyzxiwdn/ Yours, Paul R.Read More e-lecture ‘how to design a landscape machine’
OPEN eLECTURE – Teaching Landscape Architecture series – teachers for teachers Monday evening 27.4.2015 18:00-19:30 CET Moderation by Elke MERTENS & Nilgul KARADENIZ Lecturer: Paul Roncken eLecture Room https://webconf.vc.dfn.de/r6vrx3id9z3/ Title: How to design a landscape machine This lecture is about the design of productive landscapes. If designed well, landscapes can purify the air, detoxify the […]Read More open e-lecture: how to design a landscape machine
A-OMA imagines the ephemeral machine for LAGI 2014 competition.Read More the ephemeral machine for LAGI 2014 competition
The project ‘Ems, Full Hybrid’ by my former students Remco van der Togt and Jonas Papenborg (co-supervised by Harro de Jong) won the prestigious Archiprix first price 2014. For the project description see here and for the jury report see below: Each year the Dutch institutions offering Master’s programmes in architecture, urban design and landscape […]Read More First price Archiprix competition won by a landscape machine!
Designers should design landscapes that challenge human beings and human collectives to allow them to redefine nature within and beyond themselves. We are well aware that the two words ‘landscape’ and ‘machine’ are dissonant in many ways; something technocratic versus something pristine? The dissonance is on the other hand exactly right, if you consider an […]Read More Why a landscape machine?
szovetseg’39 saves critical shorelines with caltrope system.Read More mangrove landscape machine
There are several possible research angles that are relevant for the conceptual development of landscape machines: Landscape production e.g. concerning diversification of yield, introducing (new forms of) biodiversity, ecosystem analyses and thermodynamical system mapping. Landscape aesthetics e.g. embodied experience, (new) ritual engagement, everyday landscape interactions, shades of sublime and design style. Landscape anthropology e.g. […]Read More Relevant research angles