Sunburnt – Landscape Architecture in Australia

This new examination of Australian landscape architecture features a collection of contemporary design projects from the last ten years. The publication’s framework is structured around three concepts identified as key concerns of current practice: bio-metric emergent ecologies; socially engaged civic spaces and the generation of an Australian formal aesthetic. These categories are intended to provoke discussion regarding different ways of conceiving of landscape architectural practice and discourse in Australia, particularly compared to predominant mythologies of the Australian landscape and to our particular urbanism.

Introductory essay and chapters by Dr Jo Russell-Clarke.

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