Early landscape designers were very aware of the fact that time is a key feature of landscape and of landscape architecture. Today, practising landscape architects will confirm the importance of time in landscape. However, both in the drawings and in the actual proposals of today's practitioners, aspects of time are often secondary - an ambiguous situation that is the focus of this essay. Given that landscape is so strongly time-based, we can ask what aspects of time are present in today's landscape architectural designs? We can also ask whether drawings reflect time and if not, why not?
|Organisatie||Van Hall Larenstein|
|Lectoraat||Duurzame Voedsellandschappen in Stedelijke Regio's|
|Gepubliceerd in||LA+ Interdisciplinary Journal of Landscape Architecture University of Pennsylvania Weitzman School of Design, Philadelphia, Vol. 2018, Uitgave: 8, Pagina's: 37-41|