Announcing the first
The LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum (LLF) is a new and unique event organised and run by the new LE:NOTRE Institute, in collaboration with local hosts.
The first LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum will take place
from 18th - 21st April 2012 in Antalya
hosted by Akdeniz University, Turkey.
Landscape Architecture in a changing world
Linking Education, Research and Innovative Practice
What will make the LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum different from other European landscape events is the focus on dialogue, debate and discourse. It will provide a unique new opportunity to interact creatively with colleagues from a range of landscape disciplines in informal workshop and field visit settings. The aim is to create stimulating environment to promote the generation of both new teaching ideas and projects, for research and for collaboration between theory and practice. It is expected that a joint publication will result from the meeting, to which all participants will contribute.
Introduction to the LLForum and Workshop Descriptions
Second draft version of a 'Landscape Guide to Antalya'
PhD Colloquium (April 17th) programme
Portobello Hotel: How to get there? (airport transfer information)
In addition to member organisations of the LE:NOTRE Project, the Forum aims to provide a discussion platform for a wide range of landscape issues at a European level. Target groups include
The first LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum will be held in Antalya, on the Mediterranean coast of Turkey at the Portobello Resort & Spa. It will be a chance to discover that Antalya is more than just a tourist destination for northern Europeans, and an opportunity to explore and understand the local landscape together will colleagues and specialists from other disciplines.
On the occasion of the first LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum�another important European landscape event will take place as an integral part of the Forum.� A research workshop will be held under the joint auspices of the European Science Foundation, [COST � European Cooperation in Science and Technology] and the LE:NOTRE Institute:
Network members attending the LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum will not have to register separately for the workshop.
LE:NOTRE III Thematic Network Project
Department of Urban Design and Landscape Architecture
TU Wien, Operngasse 11, A-1040 Vienna, Austria
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