Historisch gezien is het idee van het sublieme vaak geassocieerd met grootse en verbazingwekkende natuur. Dit promotieonderzoek baant zich een weg naar een 21e eeuws idee van het sublieme, waarbij meer dissonante fenomenen een plek krijgen zoals verstoring van ecosystemen en klimaatverandering. Het onderwerp van het sublieme staat nog steeds symbool voor een zekere onmacht wanneer men wordt geconfronteerd met ‘negatieve’ esthetische ervaringen. Landschapsontwerpen zouden in dit ongemak kunnen bemiddelen door een passend subliem repertoire. Maar dan zal ook beter verklaard moeten worden wat de sublieme ervaring precies is en inhoudt.Read More New research into a 21st century sublime relevant to environmental and landscape design
June 2 Time:10:00-11:00 Theme:#healthy cities Source: Building the Future of Health Serious Landscaping, Healthy landscapes, transforming experiences During the nineteenth century it was debated whether ‘land’ could be described in terms of beauty or sublime, as these were words related to the experience of nature. It was then generally agreed that landscapes needed ‘that […]Read More Building the Future of Health
Deltas are of great importance to humans all over the world. Densely populated coastal areas where land arises from sea. An amazing gradient where two worlds meet and nature and humans traditionally proliferate. It is the area where one hears, smells and sees the awakening of nature between the ebb – and flood line. It […]Read More Eastern Scheldt: from nature – to human reserve
_OVERIGE_ door Rosanne Schrijver en Cor Simon A reflection of the opening of the academic year of the Wageningen University. It is striking how the controversial discipline of landscape architecture within the Wageningen University now seems to play an essential… Source: Opening Academic Year WUR: The inclusion of Landscape Architecture | TOPOS the whole opening […]Read More Opening Academic Year WUR: The inclusion of Landscape Architecture | TOPOS
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?
Msc. thesis project Flore Bijker and Lian Kasper whole report can be viewed here Is there social support for the implementation of large-scale landscape machines in populated regions? What is the role of (local) people within the landscape machine concept? What allowances does the re-design of landscapes offer for the creation of (local) maintenance structures […]Read More Community Supported Landscape Regeneration
szovetseg’39 saves critical shorelines with caltrope system.Read More mangrove landscape machine
The river Roer (Roermond, the Netherlands) has been of great importance to the inhabitants of its valley since the Roman empire. However, anno 2013, the Roer is not only beloved, but also known for its moody character. Due to the increase of precipitation in winter and the decrease of precipitation in summer, the rain river […]Read More Water Sprung Versatility
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