Landscape Architecture rules in Venice Biennale
July 17, 2008, 5:29 pm
Filed under: Landscape

This year’s Venice Biennale, the 11th International Architecture Exhibition titled “Out There: Architecture Beyond Building” and scheduled to open September 11, 2008, will feature a prominent, stand-alone landscape architecture project that promises to shine a significant and dramatic light on the profession on a global scale. . . . “As impossible as it may seem in Venice, we have a two-and-one-half-acre site that has been abandoned and forgotten for more than 30 years,” writes Kathryn Gustafson, FASLA. “For this mysterious and romantic site, we have designed a garden named ‘Toward Paradise’ that is a pathway through the spaces that guides people to reflect on how to make a paradise on earth.”

LAND online – Landscape Architecture News Digest.


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