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LA, Journal of Landscape ArchitectureLA, Journal of Landscape Architecture

LA, Journal of Landscape Architecture

No.57

The only Indian publication exploring the practice of landscape architecture and its allied fields in India. The publication provides a forum for information flow, exchange of ideas and viewpoints, and showcases breadth and variety of works and research in the field of landscape architecture in context of Indian region. Since its inception in February 2001, it has been attempting to widen the visibility of landscape design, and bring the profession of landscape architecture closer to public realm.

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LA, Journal of Landscape Architecture
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editorial

‘Looking in & around’ and initiating a thought process on the landscape discourse in India, New Delhi based landscape architect and guest editor of the special section Suneet Mohindru introduces the subject, thematically stringing together various sets of thoughts. In his article, he observes that the prime objective is to try to integrate the nuances of landscape architecture as a “phenomenon, thought and object”, both in education and professional practice. We consider this to be a worthwhile cause and sustained deliberations and thoughts, evolving from ever changing contexts will contribute to the theoretical base while the profession grows in its breadth and depth.Further in this issue, senior practitioner-academician, Prem Chandavarkar, shares his views on a set of varied subjects including architecture profession and education, inspirational models in today’s world and…

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la journal of landscape architecture

GUEST EDITORSuneet Mohindru | Landscape Architect | New DelhiEDITORSBrijender S Dua Architect | New Delhi Geeta Wahi Dua Landscape Architect | New DelhiADVISORY EDITORAdit Pal Landscape Architect | USAADVISORY BOARDSavita Punde Landscape Architect | Delhi NCR Rohit Marol Landscape Architect | BengaluruDESIGNM Shah Alam+grafinitiADMINISTRATIONAvdhesh KumarPRINTING ADVISORAtul Naahar Paramount Printographics…

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from the artist to the appreciators, building relationships through artistry

STONEART embraces the potential of natural stone as an architectural and design element. Exploring the varied resources and varieties of stones available in India and abroad, Stoneart creates recognized landscapes that bring individuality, warmth and charm to any location – whether it’s a rooftop garden, office courtyard or a marvelous estate etc. Stoneart strives to provide each client with a highly tailored design that not only blends seamlessly with the site’s architecture, client’s aesthetics but is also responsive to their budget.With a legacy of more than 150 years, Stoneart is one the oldest and largest purveyors of marble and sandstone. To name few, modern or Indian sculptures, outdoor water fountains, flowerpots, bass relief works, fireplaces and other artisan created sculptures.A firm belief in constant research & development by investing in…

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canals as urban green lungs

SEARCH WORKSHOP 18 CONDUCTED BY SEARCH - TRUST FOR SUSTAINABLE EDUCATION AND ACTION IN ARCHITECTURE IN COLLABORATION WITH IIT KHARAGPUR | 21-27 DECEMBER, 2018Kolkata’s original canal (Khal in Bengali) network, the backbone of the drainage system in the city for about three centuries, has deteriorated over the years. Unchecked encroachments, growth and related landfill, lack of periodic maintenance, poor management of waste-water and solid wastes being few of the reasons. Tolly Nullah, named after Colonel William Tolly, an officer of the British East India Company, was an old channel of Adi Ganga, which was dredged and desilted to make a waterway connecting Calcutta port to the rivers of eastern Bengal. The canal, which was once navigable, lost its vigour since the 1960s and a heritage stream was gradually transformed into…

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landscape discourse looking in & around

Our conversations at the jury for the Students' Competition-2017 constituted by the Landscape Foundation extended over a dialogue between me and Geeta on issues concerning landscape education, professional work and the role of the Landscape Journal. That’s when we hit upon the idea of putting together thoughts and impressions on what would be called ‘Landscape Discourse’ and bring out a dedicated issue of the magazine. I started off by first penning my thoughts into a piece that would encapsulate my understanding of the scope and breadth of issues that we engage with as practicing and teaching professionals. This ended up producing an extensive list of potential topics that necessitated deliberation. The web of conversation extended to invite fellow professionals to contribute their opinions with the objective of initiating an enduring…

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land scape discourse

MeaningsThe word ‘landscape’ is endowed with multiple meanings. The mention of term conjures up different images and interpretations. Being the arena where life exists, displaying a web of complex relationships between life and its environment, landscape would naturally imply more than simply a setting. It lives, or rather is life itself! Nature and its processes continue their flow over the planet. Plants and animals derive direct sustenance from land. Civilizations have thrived over varied settings, displaying a range of relationship from physical orientation, sustaining life and its activities as well as spiritual connection between what meets the eye and that which is there and yet elusive.Bringing the discussion closer to the intent of this writing, it is interesting to point out that ‘landscape’ as a noun would naturally mean a…

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