Landscape Metropolis #9 Drawing Time

S.I. de Wit, I. Bobbink, Noël van Dooren

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This issue of Spool – ‘Drawing Time’ – departs from the observation that the metropolitan landscape is subject to time, in many ways. The metropolitan landscape, as it has been studied in Spool over the years, is conceived as the interrelation between urban, infrastructural, rural and natural formations: a dynamic, intertwined and layered urban-landscape structure. The urban condition is viewed from the perspective of the landscape as a permanent underlying substructure and as physical open space with its own spatial, compositional and perceptual characteristics. Time...
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages128
JournalSpool. Journal of Architecture and the Built Environment
Issue number3 #9
Publication statusPublished - 2022

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