Buhmann, Erich (Ed.)

JoDLA 7-2022

Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture

2022, XXX, 714 pages, 170 x 240 mm, Broschur
ISBN 978-3-87907-724-3, e-book: ISBN 978-3-87907-725-0

Content Foreword Extract

The Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture addresses all aspects of digital technologies, applications, information, and knowledge pertaining to landscape architecture research, education, practice, and related fields. The journal publishes original papers in English that address theoretical and practical issues, innovative developments, methods, applications, findings, and case studies that are drawn primarily from work presented at the annual international Digital Landscape Architecture conference. Its intent is to encourage the broad dissemination of these ideas, innovations, and practices.
This issue of the Journal of Digital Landscape Architecture, 7-2022, presents contributions from the 23rd annual conference at Graduate School of Design, Harvard University, Cambridge Mass, USA, (June 9 to June 10, 2022), covering 11 broad topics:

• Post-pandemic Hybridization in Life, Landscapes and Practice
• Algorithmic Design and Analysis of Landscapes
• Mobile Devices, Internet-of-Things, and ‘Smart’ Systems in the Landscape
• Data Science and Landscape Information Modelling
• Drone/UAV Imagery and Uses
• Visualization and Animation of Landscapes
• Mixed Reality (AR/VR) and Immersive Environments
• Geodesign Approaches, Technologies and Case Studies
• Digital Landscape Architectural Responses to Climate Change
• Teaching Digital Landscape Architecture
• Digital Landscape Architecture in Practice
Prof. Erich Buhmann holds a bachelor degree in Landscape Architecture from Munich-Weihenstephan and a MLA as Fulbright Scholar from SUNY Syracuse in the USA. He was Professor of Landscape Informatics at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences from 1995 to 2020 and served as founding director of the English language Master of Landscape Architecture (MLA) program from 1998 to 2008. As a registered landscape architect, he is a partner in the landscape architecture firm ATELIER BERNBURG Landschaftsarchitekten GmbH. From 1995 to 2005 he co-authored the annual GIS Report for the German speaking part of Europe. He is the founding chair of the annual international Conference on Digital Landscape Architecture which started in 1999.