The magazine’s sixth issue features projects and ideas about a renewed relationship with land, matter, nature, and localities against the backdrop of the new climatic regime. Its topics and features include sacred forests and courtyards in southern Benin, earthen structures around Paris, a low-tech high-rise in Kinshasa, the many faces of Berlin’s Tiergarten, Piet Oudolf’s garden concepts, the personal experience of nature in the urban environment, painting fake minerals, Japanese architects’ interest in working in remote islands and villages, and much more. Contributors include Go Hasegawa, Eva Le Roi, Annee Grøtte Viken, Junya Ishigami, Christopher Roth, and others.
Brussels, 2020, 24cm x 32cm, 228 p, illustrated, Paperback. £27.00