Many landscapes are just perceived as “filling empty areas between buildings, housing developments, highways and urban centres, or being vague sectors capable of managing themselves”. In other words, they are often described as vacant areas with little value, just waiting to be developed, to be rendered useful with some identifiable (mostly economic or functional) functions…
The theme of the third edition of the Canadian Landscape Portfolio is about DREAMS and we are ready to receive your photo submissions.
Once again, the PORTFOLIO collection will continue to illustrate and be inspired by the principles and values of the Canadian Landscape Charter.The theme"From Landscapes of your Dreams to Dreamed Landscapes" seeks to attract a broad range of participants by inviting landscape architects from around the world as well as the general public to submit photos.
This time around, submissions will be accepted from CSLA members, members of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and the general public.