Jurković, S., 2000, Is it possible to be an architect without profound understanding the landscape?, in: ECLAS (Aničić, B.), ‘Landscape of the future: the future of landscape architecture education’, Department of Landscape Architecture, Zagreb
- Author : Jurković, S.
- Year : 2000
- Published in Book : Landscape of the future: the future of landscape architecture education
- Pages : 141-148
- Abstract in English : Although landscape architecture and architecture as the professions, will continue to be separate
disciplines, the interest that schools of architecture foster in their students for a creative and planned
landscape approach to projects linked with open areas will never disappear. If architects are to answer
these challenges to create open spaces, they will always need to increase their knowledge about the
natural medium. Or to put it more simply, if architects are to give meaning to open space, they must
prepare to do so through an enriched landscape education. Architects are not competitors but
encouraging partners for other participants in environmental design.