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Research@SABE – Friday, May 30 @ 12:00 noon – Dr. Elisa Palazzo

Research@SABE (fortnightly Friday series) Topic: A LANDSCAPE APPROACH Land consumption and urban sprawl, on one side, and abandonment of large portions of built heritage areas are a circular process common to many realities around the world. Are the landscape sciences such as geography, landscape planning, landscape design, environmental planning, etc. able to provide an alternative […]

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Defining Genius Loci and Qualifying Cultural Landscapes of the Minahasa Ethnic Community, North Sulawesi, Indonesia

PhD project by¬†Cynthia Erlita Virgin Wuisang Indonesia has a rich and diverse suite of bio-ecosystems, cultures and ethnic communities across the country. Increasing population growth and development in Indonesia have resulted in the disappearance of the natural landscape as well as the deterioration of distinct ethnic groups. In order to maintain their socio-cultural and environmental […]

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Light, Colour and Views: An Islamic Interpretation of the Visual Trajectory from the Alhambra’s Mirador de Lindaraja during Sultan Muhammad V’s Second Reign

PhD project by Mansoor Ma Mansoor is a Canadian Landscape Architect who was born in Hong Kong. He was educated in the UK and Canada. Currently, Mansoor is finalising his PhD research in Australia, as a remote student, at the University of Adelaide. His research interests includes: Landscape architectural design, Islamic heritage, and computer 3D […]

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Space, Place and Imagination in the Arabic-Islamic Tradition

PhD project by¬†Kinda Tabbaa Kinda’s research interests include the history and theory of landscapes and cities, Arab-Islamic landscape architecture, and the concepts of “space” and “place” in the Arab-Islamic tradition. Kinda’s recent works have focused on landscape representation in 17th and 18th century Arabic travel writings, landscape education in the Arab world, and the development […]

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