Landskab nummer 7 er udkommet

AKTUELT / 16.11.21

Foto: Kokage-gumo, conceptual view, 2021. junya.ishigami+associates.

Nu kan du læse nyeste udgivelse af Landskab med temaet vedvarende energi og fremsynede energilandskaber

“Hvis vi mener det alvorligt, når vi taler om bæredygtighed og økologi, vil det være naturligt først at se på potentialet i landskabet i stedet for primært at udvikle driftsbesparende teknologi. Derfor må man begynde med udgangspunktet – klimaet og landskabets materialer – lys, vand, jord og træer.”

Sådan skrev professor Steen Høyer tilbage i 2008, og netop disse tanker er udgangspunktet for Landskab nummer 7. Læs lederen ‘Nødvendighedens nye landskaber’ (pdf) af Christina Capetillo, og glæd dig til at dykke ned i det menneskeskabte energilandskab i hele udgivelsen.

Issue #7/2021 of our magazine Landskab is out and is focused on the new landscapes of necessity – energy landscapes

‘Energy development is a global issue, not just a local or national responsibility’, wrote Professor Steen Høyer in 2008.
Among Høyer’s many concept projects and proposals, his vision of a large-scale plant with 500 giant wind turbines stands out: ‘If we take the global UTM grid, which captures the positions of all areas and sites, we get a global connection.’
Høyer envisioned the wind turbines lined up in rows to form a giant X with a rhythmic distribution that engages with the near landscape on a small scale while making the wind farm visible on a larger scale.

You can read about other forward-looking energy landscapes in this issue of LANDSKAB, because it is important to debate not just why but also how. A visionary debate that looks beyond the specific energy solution and addresses these huge interventions in our landscape as something we can and must all share and uses architectural context analyses to identify the best sites for solar plants – and the sites that should be spared.

As Høyer wrote, ‘If we are serious when we speak of sustainability and ecology, it would be natural to address the potential of the landscape first rather than focusing mainly on developing cost-saving technology. We need to begin with the basics: climate and landscape materials – light, water, soil and trees.’

We need to think big – not in terms of acreage but in approaches and scale – and turn our gaze to a wider horizon: a coherent plan for the new landscapes of necessity. They should be both beautiful and purposeful. That is the hope.’ Excerpt from the editorial.

Annual subscriptions and single sales of Landskab can be purchased at @arkitektens_butik webshop!

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