NEWSLETTER
30. Jan 2013
 

Dear LE:NOTRE members,

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The long anticipated registration web site for the LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum 2013 in Rome is now online! You can access the registration form via the LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum web site.

 

As you will see more information about our Call for Poster Abstracts has been published as well.

 

For any questions about the registration please contact the LE:NOTRE III team: lenotre@landscape.tuwien.ac.at

 

 

Furthermore we would like to draw your attention to the freshly redesigned Design Project Databases. The ‘Entry and Edit Forms’ now include advanced options to add a geo-reference, keywords and edit text quickly and easily while the presentation of your entries - the ‘Details View’ pages - have been redesigned and now include smart and dynamic picture slide shows.

 

Feel free to have a look and make sure to include your own Landscape Architecture Design Projects and/or the ones you find inspiring done by someone else!

 

You can access the Design Projects database in our login area using the link above or by navigating through the web site menu: Resources -> Design Projects

 

We are looking forward to seeing you in Rome and until then – online at www.le-notre.org!

 

 

The LE:NOTRE team

 

 

 

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LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum 2013

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The second LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum will take place
from 17th - 20th April 2013 in Rome
and is hosted by 'La Sapienza' University, Rome.

 

Meeting in the Middle
A point of contact for different landscape cultures


At the heart of the Forum will be four thematic working groups, in one of which Forum participants will be expected to participate actively. As a member of your group you will work to prepare the themes in advance of the Forum and undertake fieldwork during the meeting using the landscape of the Rome region as a case study. Your involvement will continue after the meeting as a co-author of a report based on the outcomes of the Forum.


The four Forum theme groups:

1 | Urban growth and peri-urban sprawl | landscapes of the contemporary city
2 | Sustainable tourism | strategies for landscape regeneration
3 | Heritage and identities | permanence vs. transformation
4 | Rural fringe | production or culture?

 

More information can be found on the LE:NOTRE Landscape Forum web site.

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