DescriptionCharting the latest advances in thinking and practice in 21st-century landscape, this edition of AD looks at the degree to which landscape architects and architects have rethought and redefined the parameters for the interaction of buildings, infrastructures and surrounding landscape. Landscape Architecture: Site-Non-Site defines the key moves affected in the revision of landscape, using a compilation of some of the most current work in the field. Featured designers include: James Corner of Field Operations, Kathryn Findlay, Adriaan Geuze of West 8, Gross Max, Bernard Lassus, Gustafson Porter, Maggie Ruddick, Ken Smith and Michael van Valkenburgh. There are contributions from Lucy Bullivant, Peter Cook, Jayne Merkel, Juhani Pallasmaa and Grahame Shane.
Site/Non-Site: Extending the Parameters in Contemporary Landscape.
From Mound to Sponge: How Peter Cook Explores Landscape Buildings.
New Architectural Horizons.
Recombinant Landscapes in the American City.
Urban American Landscape.
Toronto Waterfront Revitalisation.
Operationalising Patch Dynamics.
Victoria Marshall and Brian McGrath.
Recent Works by Bernard Lassus.
Deep Explorations Into Site/Non-Site: The Work of Gustafson Porter.
‘Activating Nature’: The Magic Realism of Contemporary Landscape Architecture in Europe.
Landscapes of the Second Nature: Emptiness as a Non-Site Space.
City in Suspension: New Orleans and the Construction of Ground.
Impressions of New Orleans.
Is There a Digital Future Landscape Terrain?
Lorens Holm and Paul Guzzardo.
Seoul’s Interior Landscapes.
Louise T Blouin Institute,.
The Tailored Home: Housebrand.
Dosson in Casier, Italy.
Night Pilgrimage Chapel.