Zone: The Spatial Softwares of Extrastatecraft
The phenomenal rise of the free zone, an opportunistic urban hybrid that has powered the rise of glittering world cities like Singapore and Dubai.
We are now well into a geologic era — the Anthropocene — characterized by the acceleration of environmental change. This is the landscape medium in which we design.
From Architecture to Landscape
Landscape architects have begun to venture from the confines of garden, park, and plaza into more adventurous practice. Now the field needs a new name: landscape science.
Eat the City
The case for “civic agriculture” — for reconceptualizing cities as networks of agricultural zones, from parks to allotments.
Detroit: Syncopating an Urban Landscape
Projects by artists, architects, and activists who are reshaping the abandoned landscapes of Detroit.
The Trash Heap of History
How Monte Testaccio, Rome’s ancient landfill, can inform contemporary reclamation projects.