We invite papers and projects that contribute to historical reflection, theoretical sharpening, and practical applications across three major tracks and one wildcard session:
- Ecology as panacea?
- The aesthetics as pejorative?
- Contextual bias/ enriched by context?
In addition we invite submissions from/on the practice of landscape urbanism to be exhibited, reflected upon, or critiqued:
- Learning from projects
- Criticizing design
- Practice on stage
For further information on the tracks, please click here.
There will be two types of sessions: paper sessions for track 1-6 and floor talks for track 7.
Paper sessions will allow each presenter 20 minutes to present his or her research or critique. This will be followed by a moderated general discussion of 10 minutes.
Floor talks invite practitioners to exhibit their built or drawn work (contemporary or historical). A selection of the exhibited work will be invited to make 20 minutes’ presentations, followed by a moderated general discussion of 10 minutes.
The call for abstracts is now closed, but the original call text can be downloaded here.
Accepted abstracts will be published on-line and printed in a “Book of abstracts” for the conference.
All authors of accepted abstracts will be offered to publish their full papers in conference proceedings on-line.
A selection of papers will be reviewed, edited and published in a volume after the conference.
December 2015 Call for papers and projects
March 15, 2016 Submission of abstracts
April 4, 2016 Extended deadline for submission of abstracts
April 1-June 23, 2016 Review process
June 23, 2016 Notification of acceptance
July 1, 2016 Conference registration opens
August 15, 2016 Last day of early bird registration
September 23, 2016 Last day of registration
October 19-21, 2016 Conference
November 15, 2016 Submission of full papers and projects