Composting in the (post) Arctic – Exploring human-soil relations through soil work in Vardø What characterizes human-soil relations in a place where soil is a limited resource? This question is central to my doctoral research on landscape, soil and resource management in Vardø, a town situated in eastern Finnmark, Northern Norway. See my PhD-project here
Videos from the Arctic Urban Space Design webinar are now available.
En høytidelig og faglig åpning av Bymiljøarkivet 24. mars 2023 samlet offentlige planleggere med lang fartstid, forskere fra institusjoner som NMBU og AHO, samt studenter – som bør få lese nye kapitler i norsk byplanhistorie og flere perspektiver på dagens byplanlegging.
Eimear Tynan: How can contemporary interdisciplinary discourse on landscape inform the discipline of landscape architecture?
Eimear Tynan’s PhD trial lecture is available online.
Urban space design has a long tradition in Greenland. While not immediately evident in the central urban spaces of the country’s towns, many of their planned residential districts have been carefully planned. In rapidly growing Nuuk, residential urban space is again in need of deliberate design development.