Landscape architecture’s operating field stretches from the micro to macro, from garden to region, and touches all that emanates from the ground. This includes city infrastructure such as parks, plazas, and greenways, but ultimately landscape is about the quality of our soil, our water, and our air.

Aren’t these things that concern all cities, and all citizens urgently? For years Architecture for Humanity has addressed the role architecture can play in situations of humanitarian aid, in the context of dire emergencies.

It’s past time that landscape architects bring their skill sets into play and aid in the creation of communal spaces, urban gardens, cleaner waterways, and bringing nature into the city and settlements where it is needed…

groundcondition is looking for partners to develop this idea further.


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