Category Archives: Design

Let’s Walk Urban Landscapes

I have just returned home from the design research symposium Let’s Walk Urban Landscapes held in Hannover on Sep. 1st to Sep. 3rd where I had the great pleasure of meeting old friends from Germany again. The symposium was arranged… Continue reading

Category Design, Landscape Architecture, Walking

Designing landscapes through walking

According to German landscape architect Henrik Schultz walking can help to intensively perceive and understand traversed space, to generate knowledge, to stimulate intuition and grasp single spatial elements as ensembles, to recognize and exchange perspectives and ideas. Based on more… Continue reading

Category Design, Landscape Architecture, Uncategorized, Walking

Road trip to Sweden

I look forward to a one-day road trip in good company to Alnarp in Sweden tomorrow. Together with my colleague Martin Odgaard I will be visiting old friends Anders and Roland at SLU to talk landscape laboratory. Of course, most… Continue reading

Category Architecture, Design, Forests, Gardens, Landscape Architecture

150 walks

In the spring of 2014 I am co-running an assignment for 150 bachelorstudents. The assignment will take place in the Aarhus River Valley and to some extent build upon my article The Chocolate River and Gardens of Change, which I… Continue reading

Category Design, Landscape Architecture, Landscapes, Walking