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Kerb Journal

Kerb journal is edited by a group of students, who select the articles pertinent of each edition. Kerb seeks to set the agenda for designers and architects, establishing a platform for new ideas and contemporary design theory. Kerb Journal is now featured on university reading lists around the world.

 

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PublicationsBridget Keane
Exposure / 00

Practice based design research in Landscape Architecture is now producing work that is exemplary in dealing with the complexities of the discipline.

This publication aims to contribute to the discourse by addressing these positions in individual contributions that are based in one of these approaches and while reflecting on the other two approaches differentiate and illuminate the individual position in the landscape architecture specific design research context

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PublicationsBridget Keane
Approaching Landscape

The Approaching Landscape conference utilises the key terms of landscape and architecture as active terms that enable a positioning of practice and associated projects within a theoretical framework and historiographical lineage.

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Growing Gardens, Growing Dialogues

This book is a collection of gardens in Avoca, Victoria, designed and built by Landscape Architecture students from RMIT University.

The gardens are the outcome of a ‘live’ landscape education program where students explore the practical application of intellectual concerns through working in communities facing particular social- and climate-related issues.

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PublicationsBridget Keane
Landscape Architecture and Digital Technologies

Landscape Architecture and Digital Technologies explores how digital technologies are reshaping design and making in landscape architecture. While the potentials of digital technologies are well documented within landscape planning and visualisation, its application within design practice is far less understood. This book highlights the role of the digital model in encouraging a new design logic that moves from the privileging of the visual to a focus on processes of formation, bridging the interface of the conceptual and material, the virtual and the physical. 

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