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Strategy Space / a+t: Landscape Urbanism Strategies

  • 12:10 - 20 January, 2012
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Strategy Space / a+t: Landscape Urbanism Strategies

Landscape Urbanism is the new black in architecture and this magazine, part of a+t strategy series, has heads turning. There are a dozen projects and hundreds of ideas in this edition. A recurring them is the manipulation of time throughout a project’s life. “In public space, time becomes the first tool to work with. Meaning that the process is a timeline in which the objectives are implemented at different times intervals. Dealing with this long timeline requires a great deal of forward planning.” It is interesting to see how each project deals with aspect in similar but different ways.

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100-107 Studio Associato Secchi-Vigano: Theater Square. Antwerp, Belgium (2008)

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Cite: Amber P. "Strategy Space / a+t: Landscape Urbanism Strategies" 20 Jan 2012. ArchDaily. Accessed . <> ISSN 0719-8884
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