save the date public defence 2018 March 14 16:00 Aula Wageningen, the Netherlands Historically, the idea of the sublime is often associated with grand and astounding natural scenery. This thesis investigates a twenty-first century idea […]
here is a link to my newsletter on peat areas in the Netherlands as the independent advisor spatial quality, province of Utrecht http://mailchi.mp/430b9b5c398e/lxu6e5pzop
density map of the invisible city at a new harbour mouth; Ellie Helliwell Here is a web-log to the summerschool in New Zealand that was created by students and supervised by me, Mick Abbott, Tenille […]
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‘Ningyo’ (Mermaid) by Katsushika Hokusai (1808) credits: many thanks to Derek Middleton, the language editor of all four letters Kyoto, Japan, February 2008 Highly esteemed Mister Venturous, Mister Criterion and dear Nana, dear […]
This month, you can read the second letter on the sublime. You will notice it still bears the familiar voice of a romantic type of sublime. Although, the tone and urgency of the idea of […]
The Plant Hunters Adventures Among the Himalaya Mountains gutenberg.org All landscape architects, somehow, have to handle an implicit tendency for grandeur madness. After a short break, I have now returned for some monthly blogging. […]
This week, from October 17 to 25 at the Dutch Design Week in Eindhoven with the theme: What if…. There is an exhibition by a group of designers that have been commissioned by the National […]