Here you’ll be able to find all editions of the Landscape Matters magazine, so whether you’ve missed a volume or want to find that article you read in a previous edition look no further.
The latest edition focusses on trees as symbols in nature, subjects of art images and inspiration for poetry. We expand into articles on the need for greater knowledge of plants, their requirements and maintenance skills, as well as one about biodiversity net gain.
The second theme explores meaning in landscape design and discusses the importance of imaginaries in influencing the kind of places we seek to create as part of our collective dreams.
The final edition of 2021 asks us all to discover the Goat within, takes an in depth look at the UK’s capital and we explore an Architect’s perspective on nature. Our new feature ‘Blot On…’ looks at the Marble Arch Mound
We also have two personal accounts of COP26, one from an attendee who was inspired to see the spirituality in landscape and another from a Climate Challenge Cup Finalist!
The third instalment takes on the broad theme of ‘journeys’, both those well underway and those that are just beginning.
Exploring landscape through music, the importance of recording past work and the evolution of design principles in landscape design. Continuing our journey through tree focussed articles looking at countryside tree planting and the final section of this issue considers the next steps for planning and GLVIA.
GLVIA and the LOUSE has been issued as a separate supplement, available to read HERE.
The second edition of the magazine touches on more cultural landscape themes and asks questions to challenge the status quo.
We hear about Landscape education, both in the UK and in New Zealand from current teaching staff. This edition also explores how human history is represented and therefore remembered through the landscape.
The inaugural edition of our quarterly electronic magazine. This issue re-ignites the debate on the need for a magazine to offer something new and for the profession to examine its identity.
Topically it touches on the way forward for our countryside and the value of green space; illustrates the importance of observational drawing; and the international and humanitarian agendas.
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