IFLA Europe students & young professionals catalogue 2013

 

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result of the younglandscapearchitects.org competition

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IFLA Europe Students and Young Professionals Competition was created by Krzysztof Herman and IFLA Europe Communication Group, lead by Marina Cervera Alonso de Medina (IFLA Europe Secretary General). Catalogue edited by Krzysztof Herman for IFLA Europe. Warsaw, Poland 2013

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EFLA Student & Young Professionals Competition gives a chance to share projects, ideas and documentation of sites with landscape architecture practitioners throughout Europe. The competition aims to help up and coming designers to get exposure for their projects and work. Any European landscape architect (a student or a professional under the age of 35) can submit their “page” to the catalogue. The catalogue will exist both online and in a printed format. The “page” is the competition entry. The competition and the catalogue is divided into 3 categories: Sites Submissions may include photographs, plans and drawings of your realised projects, land/landscape art installations or any associated Landscape Architectural work that has been created in a specific place or for a specific site. Ideas This is a broad category which can include pages with any creative work: written descriptions of ideas and especially artwork (drawings, poetry, short essays, scenes from films, photography, animations etc) created by landscape architects and in general related to the profession. Projects Pages that contains designs for specific sites but as yet are unrealised projects. This category may include student projects, competition entries or projects which are awaiting construction.

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jury 2012 was the opening year of the EFLA Student and Young Professional Competition where over 100 projects were submitted by students from all over Europe across 3 categories. Judged by 5 international professionals and academics it was a real pleasure to be part of this new award which recognises fresh, emerging talent in the world of Landscape Architecture. All the projects reflected and responded to a diverse and interesting range of challenges and issues that face us in Europe. Whilst very different, all the projects were thoughtful, responsive and shared common themes which place value on the importance of responding to the unique needs of local communities in ever changing societies and evolving environments. Congratulations to the winners of each category, but also to all the entrants who submitted highly professional and thoughtful projects. We wish them all every success in their continuing studies and professional experience and look forward to next years entries. statement Nigel Thorne, president, European Federation for Landscape Architecture (EFLA) João Teixeira, vice-president, European Council of Spatial Planners (ECTP-CEU) Kristina L Nilsson, president, Association of European Schools of Planning (AESOP) Oriol Purcel, director, European Network of Local and Regional Authorities for the Implementation of the European Landscape Convention (RECEP-ENELC) Rowan Longhurst, European Landscape Architecture Student Association (ELASA)

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Grand Prix and the 1st prize category

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Jolanda van Looij (Netherlands): Berg & Bos historic city park with new allure

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a historic city park with new allure Park Berg en Bos Berg en Bos is a city park rich in history. Main part of this extraordinary pak is realized in the early 20th century crisis years. The reputation of this extraordinary park, which accommodates major attractions such as Apenheul. Center element in the park is the large pond, dug out by hand as part of unemployment relief works, and encircled by rolling and serpentine footpaths worn down the park. With the arrival of public leading the visitor along idyllic vistas like the stone accessibility in 2010 and the introduction of new bench, the observation hill and the cascades, functions the time has come to reevaluate; not a characteristic features of the pictorial staging of reconstruction of the park in the literal sense, but the Romantic era. a new design that fuses both the classic and the Regrettably, overdue maintenance works modern romantic features and unites them in a and varied renovations have disheveled and new vision. By narrowing the trails in a classic-romantic sense and utilizing the newly formed space to create slopes of green formed by turf, we depart from the ubiquitous fencing and pole constructions. Prime elements are restored to their full splendor. The Apenheul is given a new entrance route, which leads visitors to the cashdesks via the Wold Wildlife House through an intimate wooded atmosphere. Like balconies, the modern romantic wooden platforms provide a view of the classic romanticism beneath. This synthesis of the old and the new provides a gracious and active visual experience of the park. +/- 1930 2007 2011

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Berg en Bos is a city park rich in history. Main part of this extraordinary pak is realized in the early 20th century crisis years. The reputation of this extraordinary park, which accommodates major attractions such as Apenheul stretches well beyond Apeldoorn. Center element in the park is the large pond, dug out by hand as part of unemployment relief works, and encircled by rolling and serpentine footpaths leading the visitor along idyllic vistas like the stone bench, the observation hill and the cascades, characteristic features of the pictorial staging of the Romantic era. Regrettably, overdue maintenance works and varied renovations have disheveled and worn down the park. With the arrival of public accessibility in 2010 and the introduction of new functions the time has come to reevaluate; not a reconstruction of the park in the literal sense, but a new design that fuses both the classic and the modern romantic features and unites them in a new vision. By narrowing the trails in a classic-romantic sense and utilizing the newly formed space to create slopes of green formed by turf, we depart from the ubiquitous fencing and pole constructions. Prime elements like the stone bench and the observation hill are restored to their full splendor. The Apenheul is given a new entrance route, which leads visitors to the cashdesks via the World wildlife house through an intimate wooded atmosphere. Like balconies, the modern romantic wooden platforms provide a view of the classic romanticism beneath.. This synthesis of the old and the new provides a gracious and active visual experience of the park. Construction is now half-way. In 2012, the entrance square will be renovated and further plans for new catering services and an extensive natural-play project in the woods are already in place.

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1st prize category

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Vladimirs Guculaks (Latvia): Planting Diagram

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Coastal grazing marsh planting diagram

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