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In November 2014, the awards presentation of Landscape Foundation Students’ design Competition in Trivandrum brought together many Kerala-based design professionals, to participate and associate with the world of landscape architecture - both in academics and in practice. It was the first time ever when an event based exclusively on the practice of landscape architecture was organized in the southern India. We do hope the winning entries and presentations of landscape professionals and designers were able to generate interest and broaden the knowledge base amongst local professionals. The issue brings to the reader a special feature on the event.

Sanskriti Kala Kendra stands as a unique engagement of nature and humans, addressing the functional and aesthetic needs of both, in a physical and philosophical context, and in a harmonious way. It is a milestone in landscape architectural design in India, aging gracefully and bringing much pleasure to those who visit it. Delhi based landscape architect Nikhil Dhar reviews it for our readers.

We first saw Dani Karavan’s projects during the inaugural Indian Society of Landscape Architects ISOLA Conference at Mumbai in 2003, where he was one of the guest speakers. The work of this renowned Israeli artist explores the connection with the history of site and region and his proposed creation which gives his designs a strong sense of place that is deeply rooted and is contextual. During his visit to Mumbai a few months ago, LA Journal had the opportunity to share his thoughts, on many aspects that affect him as an artist and as a human being.


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reports
Celebrating Habitat

Re-Centering Delhi -
Urban Design Speculations on the River Yamuna


Paani ki Kahani: The Story of Water

tribute
About Professor Jhabvala
Mohammad Shaheer

Professor C.S.H. Jhabvala
A Tribute from a Student
Nalini M. Thakur


research

Designing for the social life of Indian streets:
A case study of Bangalore

Sneha Mandhan

Troubled Waters: Talaab System in Raipur
Alpa Nawre

interview
Narrations of Space and Place
In conversation with Dani Karavan

Urmila Rajadhyaksha

landscape design
Coloured Hats and Landscape Design:
On Sanskriti Kendra

Nikhil Dhar

Confluence Banquets & Resorts
ONE Landscape, Hong Kong

view from within
So that the millions can dream...
Geeta Wahi Dua

students’ competition
Seen Unseen
Landscape Foundation Students’ Design Competition 2014

Jury & Results

Prize Winning Entries

List of Participants 2014

Seen Unseen: Impressions from a Landscape Competition

Sriganesh Rajendran

Award Presentation & ‘Celebrating Landscape’


seeing the unseen
Bengaluru Blooms in the Art of Rumale Channabasavaiah
Deepa Dipak

book reviews
Temple Architecture and Art of the Early Chalukyas:
Badami, Mahakuta, Aihole, Pattadakal

Review by Ravindra Gundu Rao

Rethinking a Lot: The Design and Culture of Parking
Review by Archana Sharma

Landscape Architecture in India: A Reader
Review by Arjun Sharma

know your plants
Anjan, Hardwickia binata

Green Circus



NOTE: List of articles and contents of the editorials given in each issue is not exhaustive.
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