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KERB 19. Paradigms of Nature. post Natural Futures | 9781877096433 | KERB magazine

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KERB 19. Paradigms of Nature

Post Natural Futures

Publisher:RMIT

ISBN: 978-1-8770-9643-3

  • Paperback
  • English
  • 128 Pages
  • Sep 2, 2011

This instalment of the journal of landscape architecture considers the shifting paradigms found in the current “post-evolutionary world of extreme technological escalation.” In order to foster new bio-cultural relationships, strategies available to the practice of landscape architecture are presented in order to understand, embrace and challenge the opposition that has persisted between human culture and the natural world. Detailed project overviews are presented along with conversations with several of the leading conceptual practitioners of the moment, among them Teresa Moller, Daan Roosegaarde, Magnus Larsson, David Gissen and Liam Young.

This instalment of the journal of landscape architecture considers the shifting paradigms found in the current “post-evolutionary world of extreme technological escalation.” In order to foster new bio-cultural relationships, strategies available to the practice of landscape architecture are presented in order to understand, embrace and challenge the opposition that has persisted between human culture and the natural world. Detailed project overviews are presented along with conversations with several of the leading conceptual practitioners of the moment, among them Teresa Moller, Daan Roosegaarde, Magnus Larsson, David Gissen and Liam Young.


Kerb is an annual cross-disciplinary design publication produced by the RMIT University School of Architecture and Design. Kerb is a progressive design journal focused on contemporary landscape architecture issues from an international and national perspective. Content of the journal is based upon themes relevant to current practices and projects of landscape architecture. The thematic of each publication can be interpreted by multiple disciplines and as such a variety of disciplines may be included within the journal. The journal is unique in being compiled and edited each year by a group of interested students, from a range of articles invited from its global audience, and as a critique of current student work.

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