The topic for the spring edition of Landscape is large-scale infrastructure. If you have a case study that specifically addresses both the impact of designing complex landscapes and the climate emergency, please get in touch

Large-scale infrastructure in Singapore. Credit: Maison Photography via Shutterstock

The topic for the spring edition of Landscape is large-scale infrastructure.

From the Landscape of Power and the Landscape of Roads by Dame Sylvia Crowe to the landscapes of HS2, wind turbines and the creation of park cities, landscape practitioners have always designed at scale.

This edition will not only focus on the impact of designing complex landscapes, but will continue the journal’s quest to communicate the work of the profession through the lens of the climate emergency.

The Landscape of Power and The Landscape of Roads by Dame Sylvia Crowe demonstrate how landscape practitioners design at scale

If you have a case study that specifically addresses both large-scale infrastructure and the climate emergency, please get in touch. The scheme can be built or planned and either international or UK-based. To discuss your ideas, please send a brief summary to Commissioning Editor Paul Lincoln.

The deadline is Wednesday 8 January 2020.

Thank you to readers who responded so enthusiastically to our call for images and stories about cobbles. The next issue, The Ground We Stand On, is published on 15 January.

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