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SpecificationsISBN: 978-1-943532-32-2 Binding: Soft Bound Pages: 120pp Publication Date: Fall 2019 Size: 8.2″ x 7″ Portrait World Rights: Available

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Under Under is a publication that links the works and thoughts of practitioners, educators, and researchers in the fields of landscape architecture, architecture, urbanism, and the visual arts.

This editorial experiment attempts to reveal images and ideas that have not necessarily had the chance to solidify as built projects or in academically rigorous media. The editors must first select work that they believe deserves some form of inquiry, and secondly, they must attempt to build new knowledge by pairing two different bodies of work or perspectives.

For this inaugural edition, we chose to open Jeppe Aagaard Andersen’s archive. Andersen’s influence is not questioned, however, precisely because of his visibility as a practitioner, widely available media usually focuses on his built works. Hanne Bat Finke helps us read his work, also elaborating on his legacy for Danish landscape architecture. Hanne’s own experimental production is presented together with Andersen’s archival material.

Luis Callejas is an architect working in the intersection of the fields of landscape architecture, visual arts and architecture. Callejas is an associate professor of landscape architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and leads LCLA office. Previously Callejas taught architecture and landscape architecture at Harvard GSD from 2012–2016. His works has been exhibited recently at the Venice Biennale, Oslo triennial, Lisbon triennial and the first Chicago architecture biennial. In 2013 Callejas won the Architecture league of New York award for young architects.

Jeppe Aagaard Andersen (1952–2018) was a Danish landscape architect and Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Institute of Urbanism and Landscape at the Oslo school of architecture and Design. Aagaard Andersen’s completed works include the landscape for the Kronborg Castle in Helsingør and the waterfront in Malmö in Sweden. Aagaard Andersen also completed major landscape works in Australia, Middle East and Europe. His contributions have also included international organizational efforts to strengthen and promote landscape architecture as discipline and profession. He was an important figure in the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) for several decades.

Hanne Bat Finke is an associate professor of landscape architecture at the Oslo School of Architecture and Design and leads her own office in Denmark. Her research focuses on rural-urban interconnections and the co-creation of aesthetics related to landscape values. She is the president of the landscape committee under the Royal Academic Council of Fine Arts in Denmark.

ISBN

978-1-943532-32-2

Binding

Soft Bound

Pages

120pp

Publication date

Fall 2019

Size

8.2" x 7" Portrait

World rights