Landscape Architecture Europe (LAE) is calling for entries for its next triennial publication on contemporary European landscape architecture
Following on from ‘Fieldwork’ in 2006 and ‘On Site’ in 2009, the third book will be published in 2012 and will provide a critical review of the state of the art in European landscape architecture.
If you would like to submit a project for consideration it must have been designed or produced between 2008 and 2010. All kinds of projects are welcome: from gardens and parks to town-planning projects and regional plans.
Only commissioned projects are eligible and priority is given to those that have been implemented. Competitors can submit a maximum of three projects. Entries must include a maximum of six A4 pages, featuring text, drawings, maps, artist’s impressions and photographs. An independent selection panel will choose the winning entries.
To take part please email your entry to firstname.lastname@example.org (as a .pdf file, maximum 12 MB). The data form must be submitted separately and you can download it from Landscape Architecture Europe.
The closing date for submissions is 10 January 2011 and entry is free.