Aeolian Sand Odyssey - AA Landscape Urbanism 2013-14 AA Landscape Urbanism Aeolian Sand Odyssey is the design thesis of Anastasia Kotenko and Niki Kakali: Abstract: From a line on the plan, the political border between Lithuania and the Russian ex-clave becomes a territory of negotiations involving diverse interests in-between counteracting forces. Our proposal is to open active corridors for dunes, an inherent dynamic landscape trapped within fixed environments and UNESCO’s conservation…
James Corner, internationally renowned landscape architect and forerunner of the landscape urbanism movement, was author in 1996 of “Taking Measures Across the American Landscape“, an exploration of American types of landscapes through essays and map drawings by Corner and aerial photos taken by Alex McLean.
Flooding Mechanisms is an AA Landscape Urbanism Design Thesis by Silvia Ribot, Lida Driva, Dimitra Bra. The project proposes a new design approach towards Water Management Policies in Europe and specially the North of Spain and intersects social and geo-morphological formations to intervene and produce new productive and political entities that make use of microflooding to design alternative scenarios of river and agricultural landscapes.
AA Landscape Urbanism: Weave, rethinking the urban surface Weave is the design thesis by David Witte and Du Chen within the Architectural Association Landscape Urbanism programme Master. The project enagaed with the idea of a prototypical urbanity that deals with the contemporary condditions in Mentougou, Beijing, China