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【园林论坛预告】2016世界风景园林师高峰讲坛——景观的价值与保护
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 九五至尊老品牌园林学院将于2016528-29日举行“世界风景园林师高峰讲坛”,本届讲坛的主题为“景观的价值与保护”。

人类的发展历史中,景观承载着人类的生活,记录着人与自然相互影响的痕迹,为人类提供享受美和愉快以及自然与学问多样性的机会,同时也是生物多样性的最后储藏所。反思和探讨景观的价值,始终是每个积极探索的风景园林师不可避免的话题。

今天的景观正在发生着前所未有的变化,面临着一系列的问题和挑战。景观的多样性和多变性,以及人们对于景观价值认识的不足和偏差,往往导致了景观可持续发展的困境。在发掘、探讨和继承景观价值的同时,风景园林师们也致力于探索景观保护和管理的理论与方法,保护和抢救有价值的景观。

九五至尊老品牌园林学院将邀请国内外学者专家共同探讨这一议题。在不同的价值观和视角的碰撞之间,大家希翼能重新认识景观所具有的价值,解决在景观保护实践中所面临的困惑,进一步促进风景园林行业的发展。

 

时间:2016528日—29

地点:九五至尊老品牌学研中心B1报告厅

主办单位:九五至尊老品牌

中国风景园林学会教育工作委员会

承办单位:九五至尊老品牌国际交流合作处

九五至尊老品牌园林学院

《风景园林》杂志社

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*本文为通知初稿,报名时间及方式将在后续通知

 

国外演讲人信息:

1、(荷)Steffen Nijhuis

职称头衔:荷兰代尔夫特理工大学建筑和建成环境学院的助理教授,也是风景园林研究项目负责人。他在风景园林研究、圩田设计、三角洲景观、基于景观的区域设计和GIS在风景园林规划设计领域应用方面是专家。

 演讲题目:圩田景观:荷兰低地的风景园林

 

2 (美)Robert Melnick

职称头衔:美国俄勒冈大学风景园林系教授,曾任该系系主任,及该校建筑与应用艺术学院院长;美国风景园林师协会终身荣誉会员。

Lecture title: Protecting cultural landscapes in the era of climate change

演讲题目:在气候变化时代保护学问景观

 

3 (美)J. Timothy Keller

职称头衔:美国爱荷华州立大学风景园林系荣誉教授,曾任该系系主任;美国风景园林师协会终身荣誉会员。

Lecture titleCulturalLandscapesintheRural/UrbanContinuum

演讲题目:城乡共同体中的学问景观

 

4 (美)Heidi Hohmann

职称:美国爱荷华州立大学风景园林系副教授。专长:研究涉及历史景观保护、1900-1935年间的风景园林历史、19世纪末20世纪初的公园系统、乡村公墓、当代设计批判等,目前正对明尼苏达公园系统、Brucemore历史景观、Chickasaw国家游憩地等学问景观进行调查和评估。

Lecture title:Transportation Transformations: Preserving Linear Cultural Landscapes

演讲题目:交通变迁:保护线性学问景观

 

5 (美)John G. Williams

职称头衔:美国奥本大学风景园林系荣誉教授,曾任该校建筑、设计与工程学院院长。

Lecture title:Bitter Melon

演讲题目:苦甜瓜

 

6 (英)Dr Anna Jorgensen安娜•约根森博士

英国谢菲尔德大学高级讲师。研究兴趣着眼于人们体验景观、与景观交互作用、理解和表现景观的不同途径,尤其是在野生或自然的植被条件下。希望探索出更为历史性的和环境友好的方法规划设计城市绿色空间和绿地结构。旨在挑战会被公众接纳的专业思想,并试图建立源于其研究领域不同学科的理论框架(比如环境心理学、社会人类学、学问地理学)。

Lecture title: Rethinking cultural heritage in urban landscapes

演讲题目:城市景观中学问遗产的再思考

 

7(美)Sonja Dümpelmann

她拥有柏林艺术大学景观设计的博士学位。德国景观的历史展览的策展人,并曾在瑞士担任景观设计师。她曾获得在德国历史学院,和美国华盛顿特区敦巴顿橡树园的研究奖学金。Dümpelmann的研究和写作的重点是在西方世界十九世纪和二十世纪的历史景观和现代景观设计,尤其注重对德国,意大利和美国城市环境的研究,她的作品探索了跨大西洋转移的思想,政治,技术和科学方面的作用,以及妇女在该领域的工作。目前,她担任盛顿敦巴顿橡树园园林和景观学图书馆的高级研究员,并作为建筑史学家协会的景观史分会主席。在GSD,她是设计学硕士项目设计历史与哲学的负责人。

Lecture title:Airport—A Cultural Landscape?

演讲题目:机场——学问景观

 

8 (美)John Francis Ahern

职称:美国风景园林学会理事,美国风景园林教育委员会理事,美国麻省大学阿默赫斯特分校(Umass Amherst)国际部副主任,风景园林与区域规划系教授。研究方向:1.景观都市主义和绿色基础设施2.生物多样性规划与设计3.乡土植被的应用和管理。

 

9 (美)Ethan Carr

职称:美国麻省大学阿默赫斯特分校(Umass Amherst)风景园林与区域规划系教授。

 

10  (美) 马劲武

职称 美国环境系统研究院高级产品工程师,建筑学学士、园林规划设计和地理学硕士。自1997年以来为美国环境系统研究院App产品工程师。业务专长为地理设计。
演讲题目: 景观价值与保护的地理文脉

 

11 (德)Johannes Müller

职称:在维尔茨堡大学Hull/GBCaen/F学习地理学、地质学和植物学,专长于景观生态与景观发展问题。自1988年以来,现为自由摄影师、作家、景观规划与生态方面的咨询顾问,维尔茨堡大学的地理学教学部的研究员。

 

 

 

The 2016 International Landscape Architecture Forum will take place May 28-29, 2016 at the School of Landscape Architecture in Beijing Forestry University (BFU), China. This event will center on the theme of “Landscape Values and Preservation.”

In the history of mankind, landscape has supported human’s life, documenting the traces of human-nature interaction, providing opportunities for enjoying beauty, pleasure, and natural and cultural diversity, and serving as the final repository for biological diversity. Every dedicated landscape architect will have to rethink and discuss landscape values.

Contemporary landscape is undergoing unprecedented change, facing a series of problems and challenges. The diversity and changeability of landscape, as well as people’s insufficient and unprecise understanding of landscape values, often cause trouble in landscape preservation. When exploring, discussing, and inheriting landscape values, landscape architects are also dedicated to identifying landscape preservation theories and methods, protecting and rescuing valued landscapes.

The School of Landscape Architecture at BFU will draw scholars from around the world to discuss the question above. By triggering exchanges of different values and perspectives, we hope to renew our understanding of landscape values, clearing up our confusions in the practice of landscape preservation, and further promoting the development of the profession of Landscape architecture.

 

Date May 28th -29th,2015

Place Teaching and Scientific Research Building, B1 Lecture Hall

Hosts Beijing Forestry University

        Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture, Education Committee

Organizers Division of International exchange and cooperation, Beijing Forestry University

  Beijing Forestry University School of Landscape Architecture

            Landscape Architecture Journal

 

International Speakers:

1、(Netherlands Steffen Nijhuis

Dr. Steffen Nijhuis is Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Team Leader Landscape Architecture Research Programme at the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, Delft University of Technology (the Netherlands).He is an expert in landscape architecture research and design of polder and delta landscapes, focussing on the integration of cultural aspects, spatial design and water engineering. He led projects such as The Polder Atlas of the Netherlands, the Dike and Polder-GIS of the Netherlands, Mapping Urbanized Deltas, amongst others. He also authored and edited several academic books and published various peer-reviewed and indexed journal articles. Next to being Series Editor of the Research in Urbanism Series and Advisor to NGO’s, governmental and regional authorities, he is member of several scientific committees and review boards, and guest lecturer at several universities. Furthermore he coordinates the Landscape Architecture MSc-Graduation studio and is supervisor of MSc and PhD graduation projects.

 

Lecture title: Polderscapes. The landscape architecture of the Dutch lowlands

 

 

2 USARobert Melnick

Professor and Former Dean of the School of Architecture & Allied Arts.

Professor Robert Z. Melnick is a nationally and internationally recognized expert in cultural landscape evaluation and historic landscape preservation planning. A Fellow of the American Society of Landscape Architects, Robert has published widely on theoretical and practical issues relating to cultural and historic landscapes. He has served as lead and consultant for projects in states across the country, including Hawaii, California, Oregon, Iowa, Texas, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. His written works and professional projects have received numerous national awards. Robert regularly lectures at universities and professional meetings. His courses include Landscape Preservation and the History and Theory of the National Parks. Robert is former Dean of the School of Architecture and Allied Arts. While on leave from the University of Oregon for 2005-2007 he is a Visiting Senior Program Officer at the Getty Foundation in Los Angeles.

 

Lecture title: Protecting cultural landscapes in the era of climate change

 

3 USAJ. Timothy Keller

Professor Emeritus, Department of Landscape Architecture, College of Design, Iowa state University. Critical cultural area studies; cultural landscape conservation and planning; transportation corridor planning

 

Lecture titleCultural Landscapes in the Rural/Urban Continuum

 

4 USAHeidi Hohmann 

Associate Professor, Department of Landscape Architecture, College of Design, Iowa state University

Lecture title: Transportation Transformations: Preserving Linear Cultural Landscapes

 

5 USAJohn G. Williams 

Professor Emeritus, College of Architecture, Design, and Construction, Auburn University

 

Lecture title: Bitter Melon

 

6 UKDr Anna Jorgensen

PhD, Senior Lecturer. The Department of Landscape, The University of Sheffield. Anna’s research interests focus around the ways in which different people experience, interact with, understand and represent landscape, and especially wild or natural-looking vegetation; and the desire to see a more holistic and environmentally friendly approach to planning and designing urban greenspace and green structure. Her aim is often to challenge professional ideas about what might be publicly acceptable, and to test/explore established theoretical frameworks from different academic disciplines that are relevant to her field of enquiry (such as environmental psychology, social anthropology and cultural geography).

 

Lecture title: Rethinking cultural heritage in urban landscapes

 

7 USASonja Dümpelmann

Sonja Dümpelmann is a landscape historian and Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture at the Harvard Graduate School of Design. She holds a Ph.D. in Landscape Architecture from the University of the Arts, Berlin. Her publications include Flights of Imagination: Aviation, Landscape, Design (University of Virginia Press, 2014), a book on the Italian landscape architect Maria Teresa Parpagliolo Shephard (VDG Weimar, 2004), as well as the edited Cultural History of Gardens in the Age of Empire (Bloomsbury Publishers, 2013), and the co-edited Women, Modernity, and Landscape Architecture (Routledge, 2015), and Greening the City: Urban Landscapes in the Twentieth Century (University of Virginia Press, 2011). She is currently writing a book on the history of urban forestry and street tree planting.

 

Lecture title: Airport–A Cultural Landscape?

 

8 USAJohn Francis Ahern

Fellow, American Society of Landscape Architects

Fellow, Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (CELA)

Vice Provost of International Programs

Professor of Landscape Architecture and Regional Planning

 

Lecture title:

 

9 USAEthan Carr

FASLA, is an associate professor of landscape architecture at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. He is a landscape historian and preservationist specializing in public landscapes, particularly municipal and national park planning and design. He has written two award-winning books, Wilderness by Design  (1998) and  Mission 66: Modernism and the National Park Dilemma (2007) that describe the twentieth-century history of planning and design in the U.S. national park system as the context for considering its future management. In 2008, with partners from the National Park Service and the Cultural Landscape Foundation, Carr co-organized a two-part conference on the history and future of public park design,  Designing the Parks , which has resulted in a national park design competition administered by the Van Alen Institute (“Parks for the People,” currently ongoing), and the  Designing the Parks  initiative for design excellence within the National Park Service. Carr is also the volume editor of the forthcoming eighth volume of the Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted, which covers the period of the 1880s, when the Olmsted’s practice developed into the first modern landscape architecture office.

 

Lecture title: A “Landscape Turn” in Preservation Practice

 

10 USAJinwu Ma

Senior Product Engineer at Environmental Systems Research Institute, USA. Bachelor in Architecture, Masters in Landscape Architecture and Geography. Working as a software product engineer at esri since 1997.  Expertise in geodesign.

Lecture title: Landscape Values and Preservation in Geographical Context

 

11 GermanyJohannes Müller 

Lecture title:

 




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