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|Title:||Teaching a regional landscape project studio in the interdisciplinary setting||Authors:||Kaplan, Adnan
|Issue Date:||2019||Publisher:||Taylor and Francis Ltd.||Abstract:||Regional and urban landscapes in the age of the Anthropocene need to support recognition of complex and dynamic ecosystems. Water-based regional context and its transformative power at regional and urban scales have been themed on landscape studios of some scholarly works such as G. M. Kondolf et al. and S. Nijhuis and D. Jauslin. The interdisciplinary ‘regional landscape project studio’ follows a didactic approach that combines regional planning and specific mode of regional and urban transformation thinking. The whole idea of the graduate studio is, therefore, to apply landscape infrastructure and the fourth nature into ‘the regional landscape-urban transformation’ equilibrium, as a novel way to healing our living environments. Landscape infrastructure is being explored in urban studies as a concept/reality that expands the traditional set of spatial planning and design strategies towards the multifunctional system. The association of hydrological pattern with natural and urban landscapes calls for site-specific design interventions in some critical cross-section.||URI:||https://hdl.handle.net/11147/7845||ISBN:||9781351212915
|Appears in Collections:||City and Regional Planning / Şehir ve Bölge Planlama|
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