Landscape Architecture Frontiers


The paper ‘Big Time BCN: Strengthening the Link between Heritage and Society through Representation’ explores how the use of tools such as Big Time Bcn can articulate the relationship between heritage and citizenship. We need new mechanisms to facilitate spreading knowledge about heritage, involving citizenship in cataloguing and other processes of identification.

The article has been published in Landscape Architecture Frontiers volume 2 (issue 6) under the topic Archaeology and Landscape Architecture. LAF is a Chinese review that puts its focus on the intersecting spheres of academic research and design practice in landscape architecture.

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we are awarded with STARTS PRIZE 2019

Grand Prize – Innovative Collaboration: Awarded for innovative collaboration between industry or technology and the arts (and the cultural and creative sectors in general) that open new pathways for innovation.

S+T+ARTS=STARTS – Innovation at the Nexus of Science, Technology, and the ARTS: STARTS is an initiative of the European Commission to foster alliances of technology and artistic practice that effectively implement European policymaking to nurture innovation and that benefit the art world as well. The focus is on people and projects that contribute to mastering the social, ecological and economic challenges this continent faces.

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