Landskab 4 er på vej

AKTUELT / 21.06.21

Forside: Skanderbeg Square, Tirana, Albanien. Planudsnit: 51NA4E.

Læs med i det nye nummer af Landskab, der lander i din postkasse den 25. juni

Nu kan du snart gå på sommerferie med de nyeste nummer af Landskab i kufferten. I dette nummer tages vi med på tur gennem nye og omdannede byrum, og genbesøger gamle pladser lige fra Østsverige, Carlsberg Byen og Odense, over Albanien til den italienske hovedstad.

“Det gode byliv analyseres og diskuteres, ligesom det debatteres, hvordan vi kan sikre, at stedernes autenticitet og unikke historie ikke udviskes, men netop forstærkes, når vi vil og skal gøre byerne grønnere.” 

Sådan skriver redaktør Christina Capetillo i denne udgaves leder En plads i byen(pdf) som du allerede nu kan hente, og samtidig få et overblik over dette nummers indhold.

Issue #4/2021 of our magazine Landskab is out on Friday ! / Public squares for all

This issue of Landskab presents new and transformed urban spaces and revisits old public squares – from eastern Sweden, Carlsberg Byen and Odense to Albania and the Italian capital. The good urban life is analysed and put to debate along with the issue of how we can ensure that the authenticity and unique history of our cities are not washed away but intensified as we embark on the effort or greening our cities.

The classic parade grounds, palace squares and assembly grounds are all part of the open spaces of the historical city. Constructed for monarchs, taken over by revolutionaries and other citizens, used as settings for national celebrations, funeral processions and peace marches. Public squares lend character to a neighbourhood and anchor the surrounding buildings. They represent a sense of liberation and opening in the dense urban fabric: public squares are for everyone and have typically avoided the commercial layer that hangs like a veil over the rest of the public space in our cities.

To walk through a dense, green park space, cross a paved open surface and rediscover the urban grid on a shady boulevard: the variation of urban spaces is the very essence of urbanity.

You can buy the issue here: The Architect´s Shop

Noma 2.0, København / Thing Brandt Landskabsarkitekter

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