Thursday, September 4, 2008
kerb 16 contributors include:, Alan Berger, Christophe Girot, and Arakawa & Gins
kerb 15 contributors include: Charles Waldheim; Mohsen Mostafavi; Alejandro Zaera-Polo; Kongjian Yu; Kathryn Gustafson and Bart Brands
(previous editions can be found on amazon.com)
Monday, September 1, 2008
Welcome to the blog of kerb 17. kerb is a Landscape Architecture journal that provides a critique of ideas, projects and opinions of contemporary landscape architectural thought. The journal is unique in being compiled and edited each year by a group of interested RMIT landscape architecture students, from a range of articles invited from its global audience, and as a critique of current student work. Content generally focuses on current themes. In its 17th edition kerb asks:
Is Landscape Architecture Dead?
Does Landscape Architecture have the capacity to deal with the potential of the future?
What is the future of Landscape Architecture?
We invite you to submit your opinions and interpretations to the kerb editorial team via email at email@example.com
Abstracts due 5th September 2008
Submissions Due 26th September 2008