A Perennial Practice: Designing Between Urban Landscape and Urban Network

Belesky, P 2020, 'A Perennial Practice: Designing Between Urban Landscape and Urban Network', Architectural Design, vol. 90, no. 3, pp. 100-107.


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Title A Perennial Practice: Designing Between Urban Landscape and Urban Network
Author(s) Belesky, P
Year 2020
Journal name Architectural Design
Volume number 90
Issue number 3
Start page 100
End page 107
Total pages 8
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Abstract Quickly growing and deepening data mines are forcing the designers of urban landscapes to work in real time, constantly readjusting their software tools, professional insights and disciplinary boundaries. Philip Belesky, who lectures in Landscape Architecture at RMIT in Melbourne, explores this living and live aspect of our digitalised environment and introduces some new design concepts.
Subject Landscape Architecture
Urban Design
Architectural Design
Keyword(s) landscape architecture
computational design
landscape urbanism
smart cities
DOI - identifier 10.1002/ad.2575
Copyright notice © 2020 John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Philip Belesky, p 102(t) Courtesy of Ken Goldberg and Joseph Santarromana; p 102(b) © Xiaojian Wu;; pp 104-5(b) © Yazid Bin Ninsalam; pp 106-7 © Shimon Regev, renders from the Stop Computing project
ISSN 0003-8504
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