36: Landscape Architecture’s Core? S/S 2013

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The exploration of disciplinary cores continues with a second volume of the core series, dedicated to Landscape Architecture. The question what is “Landscape Architecture’s Core?” has led us to the rich and diverse collection of work featured in this issue of Harvard Design Magazine.

Table of Contents

Editors' Letter

Core Sample

Emily Waugh


A Natural History of English Gardening, 1650–1800

Mark Laird

Airport Landscape: Urban Ecologies in the Aerial Age

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Beyond Sustainable Landscapes

Frederick R. Steiner

Cartographic Grounds: Projecting the Landscape Imaginary

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Claiming Landscape as Architecture

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Critics on Criticism: Landscape Work

Julia Czerniak

Digital Landscape NOW

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Envisioning Hyperlandscapes

Sébastien Marot

Essence-less Landscape Architecture and its Extended Family

Ian Hamilton Thompson

Geographic Representation NOW

Harvard University Graduate School of Design

Geology and Physical Geography as Framework for Design and Representation

Anita Berrizbeitia

Immanent Landscape

Christophe Girot

Landscape as Architecture

Charles Waldheim

Landscape Infrastructure

Pierre Bélanger

Landscape Navigator

Mitchell Schwarzer

On Leave, On the Road

John Stilgoe

Projective Ecologies

Chris Reed, Nina-Marie Lister

Recent Literature of Landscape Architecture

John Dixon Hunt

Shadows of Landscape

Günther Vogt

Shifting Landscapes In-Between Times

Jacky Bowring, Simon Swaffield

The Altered Landscape: Photographs of a Changing Environment

Nevada Museum of Art

Visible Invisible

Gary R. Hilderbrand

Why Not Cultural Systems?

Charles A. Birnbaum