Landscape Odyssey 2015 presents highlights of landscape architecture from central Europe
Submissions are now being accepted for Landscape Odyssey 2015!
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The Hungarian Association of Landscape Architects proudly announces Landscape Odyssey 2015, an international event celebrating brilliance in landscape architecture in Central Europe.
The three-day event is the follow-up to the successful Landscape Odyssey 2010 posters exhibition series, which was the first major traveling exhibit of Hungarian works of landscape architecture. This spring the organizers are collecting documentation on the best landscape projects between 2010-2015 not just in Hungary but in the other three of the Visegrad 4 countries, Czech Republic, Poland and Slovakia.
2015:LANDSCAPEODYSSEY will welcome posters covering the following 8 topics from any members of the profession in the four countries.
Submissions for display can be made until April 15 in the following categories:
01 garden design
02 open space design
03 urban landscape
04 landscape development
05 landscape protection
06 research & theory
07 social movement
08 landart & street art
The exhibition starts on May 7, followed by an international conference on May 8 and, on May 9, a book launch of the 4th edition of the Landscape Architecture Europe book series will be presented in Budapest. As the previous books this book too aspires to be the critical review of the state of the art of European landscape architecture.
It observes current world views and corresponding design approaches in European landscape architecture. The book launch takes place at FUGA – Center for Architecture. Out of 500 projects an international jury of professionals (Paolo Bürgi (chair), Monika Gora, Jandirk Hoekstra, Thierry Kandjee, Laura Zampieri) selected 44 projects of outstanding quality. The book is edited by Lisa Diedrich (editor-in-chief), Jessica Bridger, Mark Hendriks and Claudia Moll.
Events all take place at Budapest’s FUGA – Center for Architecture, District 5, Petőfi Sándor utca 5, http://en.fuga.org.hu/
The original LE:NOTRE Projects were co-funded by the European Union's Socrates and Lifelong Learning Programmes.
The LE:NOTRE Institute has been established by ECLAS as foundation under Netherlands Law.