Monday, October 5, 2015



Sustaining Biodiversity /// Architecture and Landscape find themselves today at the intersection of a new approach in Urbanism, driven foremost by a global ecological crisis that no longer absorbs Modernism’s agenda of a universal and atopic* space. The main concept relies on a renewed interest in heritage, a heritage interlocking nature and culture as an inseparable set in understanding a site, and directing its programs.




* [a] from ancient greek, without 
[topos] site or place