Here's the spring edition of the cahier of ‘scape, the international magazine for landscape architecture and urbanism.
We thought: Isn’t it exciting and a special challenge to build on what already exists? Especially if this also brings benefits such as conserving energy, climate change, biodiversity and a lively
neighbourhood? That's why in this issue we focus on the public spaces around the Selimiye Mosque in Turkey and the Bispebjerg Cemetery in Denmark.
And we present a podcast with Julia Watson and her story of the living bridges and a documentary with Arno Brandlhuber and his inspiring ideas on sustainable
Content of this spring cahier:
The Selimiye Mosque in Turkey
/ Beril Serbes architects
The living room of Bispebjerg Kirkegård
/ Vega landskab, Lightscapes
/ Her motives, examples and sources of inspiration
/ Future cities
Podcast / Projects
Design by radical indigenism
/ Julia Watson