Gardens of Gelderland: Design Research Explorations into Resilient Estate Landscapes

B. Cattoor (Editor), S.I. de Wit (Editor), E.A.J. Luiten (Editor), S. Nijhuis (Editor), Y. Peng (Editor)

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Abstract

Report of the MSc Landscape Architecture 2019 - 2020, Graduation Lab Resilient Heritage Landscapes. In this graduation lab landscape architecture students from TU Delft explored the landscape assets of private and dispersed heritage properties and developed design strategies to engage them in future-proof landscape development. The focus of the lab is on the landscape system of castles and historic country estates in Gelderland, a region in the East of the Netherlands, also known as the ‘Garden of Gelderland’. Strategically chosen learning cases are elaborated via research-through-design to explore landscape architecture principles for context-sensitive water management, landscape coherence, ecological development and recreation at multiple scales, as well as their spatial implications.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationDelft
PublisherDelft University of Technology
Number of pages148
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Heritage landscape
  • Resilient Heritage
  • Estate landscape
  • Water management
  • Tourism
  • Estate
  • Gelderland
  • Design research
  • Landscape coherence
  • Landscape ecology
  • landscape architectonic approach
  • Landscape architecture
  • Climate change

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