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“LANDWORKS” OPERATIVE WORKSHOP: LandWorks is an international interdisciplinary workshop. Along side some of the world’s leading landscape architects, environmental designers and artists, students explore, design and ultimately realize site-specific ephemeral installations inside Sardinia’s Mediterranean landscape. This experimental method of design intervention expands the contemporary practice of landscape architecture through the reevaluation of particularly sensitive places, be they abandoned or compromised, naturally, historically and anthropologically under transition. The interdisciplinary and international operative research program called LandWorks-Sardinia engages globally renowned practitioners, to cross disciplinary boundaries (landscape architecture, dance and music, art and architecture, etc.) to realize provocative ephemeral installations over a short and intensive period of time. (http://www.domusweb.it/en/art/2013/06/12/landworks_sardinia.html). They do this collaboratively with a diverse international student cohort to create shared, spontaneous works through a multi-cultural and multidisciplinary approach. Away from the confines of the traditional design studio, LandWorks operates as an “open air atelier”. The resulting spatial and pedagogical impact of that immersive learning environment allows LandWorks Sardinia to highlight the critical transformation of local Mediterranean landscapes http://www.smh.com.au/lifestyle/homestyle/bringing-new-life-to-wasteland-20131108-2x2wm.html).

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About The LandWorks Operative Workshop was created in 2011, and has since become a critical opportunity for the valorization of particularly sensitive places around the mediterranean landscapes of Sardinia. LandWorks is a studio based “operational workshop” in which participants build environmental and artistic installations under the direction of an established international landscape architect. The culturally and ecologically significant sites selected to for LandWorks are provoke a critical dialog between sense of place, contemporary utility and performance. All LandWorks sites are environmentally compromised and abandoned palimpsests of human activity. Recent projects include, UNESCO heritage sites of the GeoMineral Park, with its unique industrial and archeological heritage of the former resource extraction mines, for the first two editions, and the Park of the Archpelago of La Maddalena, with its extraordinary defensive landscape heritage, for third edition. Over the evolution of the past four editions, the extraordinary Sardinian landscapes have provided a rich field for the experimental “open air ateliers” of the operative workshop, as well as an ideal and representative setting for the contemporary mediterranean landscape. Since the beginning, LandWorks has operated as a fruitful way for design thinkers, young and old, to rediscover the core landscape disciplines, finding and testing contemporary modalities to analyze, underline, revitalize and manage particularly sensitive places. Working closely together with community partners, including local actors and key administrators, LandWorks and its partnerships have created the foundation for a number of on-site projects, that give life to a series of temporary and permanent installations. LandWorks agents – its students, designers and partners - adaptively reuse, or find new modes of use for natural and historical elements found on-site. It is through that adaptive reuse and reinterpretation of key physical elements that evoke past realities of the places itself, that underlines the significance of the changing landscape, the natural and cultural heritage of contexts being explored, and opens new opportunities for future development. But beyond the physical, aesthetic or spatial impact advanced by the projects and design leaders, LandWorks asks the next generations of environmental designers to imagine new perspectives and possible futures for territories and people who live them - areas of incredible natural beauty they will one day inherit and carry on into the future. http://www.landworks-sardinia.eu/index.php?id=42, http://www.landworks-sardinia.eu/index.php?id=2, http://landworks.eu/index.php?id=3 , http://landworks.eu/index.php?id=4

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ABOUT US Scientific Director Prof. Stefan Tischer Tel. +39 328 368 2335 Email: stefan.tischer@gmail.com President of LandWorks Cultural Association + Scientific Coordination Annacaterina Piras Tel. +39 347 8054065 Email: apiras.landworks@gmail.com Vice President of LandWorks Cultural Association + Logystic Coordination Paola Serrittu Tel. +39 340 1400626 Email: paolaserrittu@gmail.com CONTACTS www.landworks.eu For more information please contact: apiras.landworks@gmail.com | +39 347 8054065

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About us Stefan Tischer

Annacaterina Piras

Paola Serrittu

Landscape architect Stefan Tischer un dertook his training at the Technical University of Munich, in Germany. Starting in 1992, he launched a very successful landscaping design practice in Germany and in Italy, while at the same time working extensively as a teacher, lecturer, critic and researcher on the international stage (United States, Italy, Morocco and el sewhere). He has won a number of major competitions, and his research and creations have been widely published and exhibited. He is also was one of the designers of Topos, a European landscape architecture magazine. He is professor at the ENSP, Ecole Nationale d’Architecture du Paysage, Versailles. Currently he is Associate Professor at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari, where in 2009 he founded the Master in Mediterranean Landscape Urbanism MMLU@ AA. He is the founder and scientific director of LandWorks Sardinia International Operative Program.

Architect, Landscape Architect and Cartographer, She has a PhD in Landscape Architecture gained at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari (2011). During last years she collaborated with different Universities, Foundations and Cultural Institutions, such as Cornell University in Rome (2009), Master in Landscape Architecture of Barcelona at ETSAB_ UPC (2010), Bauhaus Dessau Foundation (2011), ENSP, Ecole nationale supĂŠrieure du Paysage, Versailles (2013,2014), RMIT University, School of Architecture and Design, Melbourne, as PRS examiner (2013,2015). From 2009 till today, She coordinated several workshops for the Master in Mediterranean Landscape Urbanism MMLU@AA, at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari, where currently she works as Master Program Accademic Coordinator. She is cofounder and scientific coordinator of LandWorks Sardinia International Operative Program.

Paola Serrittu has a BSc in Urbanism and Paola Serrittu has a BSc in Urbanism and Environmental Planning and wrote a thesis on the topic of spontaneous planning and the integration of slums into the planning of metropolis in South America. She is currently completing her MArch in Architecture at the Alghero School of Architecture, University of Sassari. She is cofounder of the Spaces in progress not for profit organisation, that promotes the planning of sensitive places mainly within the worlds transition areas. She worked as tutor and partner for several projects within international development cooperation agencies around the world, in Egypt, Senegal, Morocco, Brazil and Argentina. She is assistant to the direction and coordination for the LandWorks Sardinia International Operative Program.

Scientific Director

President + Scientific Coordination

Vice President + Logystic Coordination

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Henri Bava

Stefan Bernard

Lorenzo Brusci

Born in 1957, trained at the ENSP in Versailles, since 1983 he is professor of landscape architecture at the Faculty of Karlsruhe. His studio is based in Paris and Karlsruhe. He has received numerous prizes for his work: in 1991 the national du paysage trophée the French Ministry of Transport, in 1993 the Prix de l’aménagement urbain, the Prix du Paysage in 1994 and in 2003 the prize of the Akademie der Künste Berlin. His projects include: the garden of the Jeantet Foundation in Geneva (1993), exposure aqua magic in Bad Oeynhausen and Löhne (2000), the park cormailles to ivry (2000) and the floating garden in London. His competition entries include: 1st prize for the park Monbijou in Berlin (1993), the 1st prize for the urban project Euralille (1999), the 2nd prize for the expansion of the port of Oslo (2000), the 1 first prize for the recovery of Cristina Enea park in San Sebastian (2001), the 1st prize for the industrial park Zollverein in Essen.

Born in Meran (Italy) in 1969, Stefan Bernard studied architecture at the IUAV in Venice before he was educated as a landscape architect in Vienna and Berlin. Since 2003 he has been director of BERNARD und SATTLERLandscape Architects. His major projects include the garden at Hessian State Representation in Berlin and the open spaces of the Eberbach Abbey in Rhinegau. As author Stefan Bernard seeks to reflect the particular design conditions in landscape architecture. In 2003, together with Hans Loidl, he published “Opening spaces – Design as Landscape Architecture“. As a curator he organized and managed several exhibitions in the field of landscape architecture. Since 2007 he has been lecturing on landscape design at the universities of Aachen and Wismar and is currently visiting senior fellow at the National University of Singapore (NUS). Stefan Bernard is attending the PhD program “design and construction” at TU Berlin where he is doing research on the special condition of design as landscape architecture.

Is an Italian sound-experience designer, based currently between Krakow (Poland) and Berlin (Germany). A true visionary of our times, he started exploring the implications of a dynamic sound space design within landscape and the architectural space since late 90’s with the experimental music open group Timet before, then with the Giardino Sonoro project in Florence and SED / Sound and Experience Design in Berlin and Krakow. In 2009 he founded Architettura Sonora, with Lorenzo Coppini, as a division of the prestigious B&C Speakers. The possibility to control and materialize the abstract forces of mechanical and electroacoustic technology through B&C experience and know-how resulted into a systematic development of many of the shapes and experience design concepts that he had developed since the Giardino Sonoro and SED times. His continuous research and his resourceful approach to design allow him to constantly push new boundaries in sound-experience and product design, creating some of the most interesting innovation in the audio design industry.

Agence TER | Paris

Bernard + Sattler | Berlin

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Giardino Sonoro | Berlin


Project Leaders Simon Bussiere

Pedro Camarena

Thilo Folkerts

Simon Bussiere is an Assistant Professor of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design at the College of Architecture and Planning at Ball State University. His practice and research in design and representation have been published widely. Professor Bussiere teaches a range of undergraduate and graduate courses, he advises student research, serves on numerous departmental, college, university and professional committees, and contributes regularly as a writing and design reviewer for professional and academic organizations. Bussiere trained in landscape architecture at the University of Massachusetts and Harvard University where he focused on international projects in landscape, architecture and urbanism. While at the Graduate School of Design (GSD) at Harvard he designed projects in India, Brazil, Costa Rica, Sardinia and Nicaragua, where he was awarded a GSD Studioworks selection by architect Teddy Cruz and an International Community Service Fellowship for his collaborative work in the peri-urban community of La Prusia, Nicaragua.

Landscape Architect who studied at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (1998) and has a Masters from the University of Lanús, Argentina (2009). He is cofounder of LAAP, where he has created works of landscape urbanism. He has held positions in various sectors of government, Ministry of the Environment of the City of Mexico (2001-2004). He has taught since 2001 at the Design Workshop at the Academic Unit of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Architecture, served as advisor to the Ecological Reserve Pedregal in Ciudad Universitaria, UNAM and is president of the Society of Landscape Architects of Mexico (SAPM) 2013-15.

He studied landscape architecture at the Technische Universität Berlin, taught as an assistant professor at the Chair of Landscape Architecture at the ETH in Zurich, Switzerland from 1999 to 2002, and as invited professor at the School of Landscape Architecture at the Université de Montreéal, Canada in 2006. Continuously working also on independent projects he has worked as project architect at Topotek 1 from 2002-2006, with ongoing project- based collaboration. Based in Berlin, Thilo Folkerts, has since 1997, realized temporary works as experimental setups on the concept of the garden. Temporary projects were installed in Le Havre, Lausanne, Basel, Zurich and Frankfurt/Oder and Berlin. Founded 100Landschaftsarchitektur in 2007.

BSU

LAAP | Mèxico

100land | Berlin

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Walter J. Hood

Isabella Inti

Ferdinand Ludwig

Hood established Hood Design in Oakland, California in 2003. Hood’s work spans the range from local, community-based projects-such as Splash Pad Park, a converted traffic island alongside Interstate 580 in Oakland, California, to large-scale garden designs like the grounds for the new M. H. de Young Museum in San Francisco with Swiss architects Herzog & de Meuron. Hood’s innovative public spaces are known for the way they embrace the essence of urban environments and for their links to urban redevelopment and neighborhood revitalization. He is currently designing the landscape for the Autry National Center Southwest Museum in Los Angeles, designing an archeological garden within the context of the South Lawn Project at the University of Virginia, and developing a set of monuments and markers for a six mile waterfront trail in Oakland, CA.

Isabella graduated in Architecture at Politecnico di Milano University and she is PhD doctor in Urban Planning and Public Policies at IUAV, University of Venice. Research and Action on territorial changes brought Isabella to realize since 2001 several inquiries, exhibitions and books with the network Multiplicity (USE, Solid Sea, Border Devices, Metrobosco, Milano Cronache dell’Abitare) presented at the Biennale of Venice, Triennale di Milano, Kunst Werke of Berlin, CAC Vilnius. She currently teaches Urban Planning Design at the master School of Architecture of Politecnico di Milano with an approach to the project as a process, paying attention to the construction of communities of care. From 2008 she promotes Temporiuso (http://www.temporiuso.org/ ) an action-research that proposes to reactivate abandoned buildings and open spaces with associations start up projects, granting temporary use contracts in a rent control. With Temporiuso.net partners she realized several temporary reuse projects and public debates in many Italian cities and abroad. As activist she is president of ADA Stecca a network of cultural associations with which she experiments tools and public participation devices. From October 2012 she was commissioned by the Municipality of Milan to run Stecca 3.0 socio-cultural center (http:// www.lastecca.org/).

Ferdinand Ludwig is a pioneering architect in the field of “Living Plant Constructions” (Baubotanik). In the recent years he designed and realized highly regarded projects that combine growth processes of living plants with an engineering approach. In his PhD-studies, he develops multiple horticultural construction techniques and analyzed botanical rules of growth to deduce construction rules for living plant constructions. In 2007 he was one of the co- founders of the “Research Group Baubotanik” at the Institute of Architectural Theory at the University of Stuttgart. Since that time he organized different workshops and hold many lectures on Living Plant Constructions at the University of Stuttgart and worldwide. Since 2008 he is Assistant Professor at the Institute for Basics of Modern Architecture (IGMA), University of Stuttgart.

UC Berkeley | California

POLIMI | Milan

Baubotanik | Stuttgart

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Project Leaders Chris Phongphit

Philippe Poullaouec-Gonidec

Marc Pouzol

Born in the German Alps in 1976, Chris is a multidisciplinary designer, landscape-architect and conceptual photographer. He has moved 35 times already and for the past eight years he has taught topics including critical & creative thinking, architectural presentation, introduction to design, photography and creative problem solving. After his studies he set up a landscape architecture office in Berlin. In 2006 Chris left for Thailand, where he created a photography book about the urban space of Bangkok. In 2008 Chris runs his own Design Thinking Workshops in cooperation with Nospace & Tadu Art gallery. He exhibited his Art & Design work at the Bangkok Art and Culture Center (BACC) during the Bangkok Design Festival 08. Christian teaches at the School of Architecture & Design at King Mongkut’s University of Technology Thonburi (KMUTT), one of the main cultural partners of LandWorks Sardinia from its first Edition in 2011.

Winner of the Research Foundation Trudeau, Philip Poullaouec-Gonidec is founder (2003) and UNESCO Chair in Landscape and Environment at the University of Montreal (CUPEUM). He is also cofounder (1996) and Chair in Landscape and Environment at the University of Montreal. Landscape architect and environmental artist, he is a professor in the School of Landscape Architecture at the University of Montreal, where he was director from 1991 to 1996. He was visiting professor at several universities including the University of Sassari (Italy), University of Rome “La Sapienza” (Italy), the School of Architecture Paris La Villette (France), the Lebanese University Beirut, the University of Architecture Hanoi (Vietnam) and the University of Reggio Calabria (Italy). Through these activities, with UNESCO, he runs to date a cooperative network of 23 academic institutions in 5 regions (North America, Asia, Europe, North Africa and Middle East). In 2007, he received the insignia of Chevalier in the Ordre des Arts et des Lettres of France highlighting its contribution to the recognition of the cultural landscape project and that of contemporary art gardens.

Landscape architect (School of Landscape Architecture ENSP Versailles, 1993), is a member of the Berlin Chamber of Architects and the Berlin Werkbund [Work Federation], a professional gardener (Ecole du Breuil) and draughtsman. Since 2001 have directed atelier le balto in Berlin with their partner Marc Vatinel, they have planned and realised many gardens for well-known centres of art and culture, such as the Palais de Tokyo, Paris, Kunst-Werke (KW), Berlin, Villa Romana, Florence, and Ludwig Forum für Internationale Kunst, Aachen. Their work includes the development of the plants and the flow of people. Atelier le balto creates places for meeting and exchanging ideas.

SoA+D | Bangkok

CUPEUM | Montreal

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Atelier LeBalto | Berlin


Carlo Scoccianti ArtLand | Florence

Christiane Sfeir

Maria Gabriella Trovato

Graduated in 1993 with a degree in Biological Sciences from the University of Florence, Department of Animal Biology and Genetics. He is currently a designer and scientific director of the Focognano Lakes Protected Area (Campi Bisenzio, FI) forming part of the National System of Protected Areas of WWF Italia, the Protected Herpetology Area ‘Val di Rose’ (Sesto Fiorentino, FI) of the Department of Animal Biology and Genetics of the University of Florence, also a Protected Area of the Na- tional System of Protected Areas of WWF Italia and the Protected Area of Lago Casanuova at the Renai di Signa (Signa, FI). Founding member of Societas Herpetologica Italica and Member of the National Conservation Com- mission of the same Society from 1994 to 2005.

A practicing and registered architect since 1986, Mrs. Sfeir obtained her specialized Master’s degree in “Landscape Architecture and Environment” from the Institute of Fine Arts of the Lebanese University in 2007. Later, she earned her PhD in “Cultural and Political Geography” from Sorbonne-Paris 4 in 2013. The focus of her research was the relationship between religion, politics and geography with special interest on strategies of secular and religious actors in the process of the introduction of sacred spaces. She has been part of the academic staff in a number of universities in Lebanon since 1997, and a lecturer at the national Lebanese University since 2007. She is also the chairperson and the general coordinator of the “Landscape architecture and Environment” Master’s program of the Institute of Fine Arts of the Lebanese University and founder of the “APPEL” (Atelier Pluridisciplinaire du Paysage sur l’Espace Local) project which is an annual academic workshop that is achieved through coordination with a local municipality and focuses on rural landscape development.

Graduated in architecture at the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria, in 1999 continued his studies in Landscape Architecture at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Paysage. In 2004 received his PhD in Architecture of Parks and Gardens and in Spatial Planning. He works as Visiting Professor at the Université de Montreal (Ecole d’Architecture de Paysage). Between 2004 and 2006 taught at MAPAT of Rabat. Between 2009 and 2010 she is a researcher at the Mediterranean University of Reggio Calabria where for 9 years, from 2002 to 2011, teaches Landscape Architecture. Since September 2012, she is Assistant Professor at the AUB American University of Beirut.

Lebanese Univ | Lebanon

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AUB | Beirut


Project Leaders Craig Verzone

Sue Anne Ware

Roberto Zancan

Born in 1967 in Lowell, MA, USA, Verzone grew up in the suburbs of Lowell before he studied landscape architecture at Cornell University (Presidential Scholar 1986-90) and urban design at the Harvard Graduate School of Design (MLAUD 1992-94). In 1988, he received the Rome Prize in Landscape Architecture from the American Academy. He has taught at the University of Virginia School of Architecture, the Joint Masters Program of Architecture at the University of Applied Sciences of Western Switzerland in Fribourg and the Harvard Graduate School of Design. He is licensed as a landscape architect in Massachusetts since 1994 and a member of the Swiss Federation of Landscape Architects, FSAP as well as a member of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Dr. Sue Anne Ware is a Professor of Landscape Architecture and the Deputy Dean of Research at RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia. Her awarded built projects, scholarly and professional publications, have contributed to a growing discourse in landscape architecture and design research. Ware with Julian Raxworthy, co-authored: Sunburnt: Australian Practices of Landscape Architecture, Amsterdam: Sun Publishing (2011). Her design project, the SIEVX Memorial, Canberra (2007-2008), examines the plight of a group of 400 “illegal” refugees, mainly Afghan and Iraqi women and children, who drowned of the coast of Australia. It was recently awarded a National AILA award for design innovation.

He took his degree in Architecture and PhD at the University Institute of Architecture of Venice; Certificat d’Etudes en Approfondies Architecture in Jardins et paysages historiques at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Paysage de Versailles; Winner of post-doctoral fellowship at the Institute of Design of Politecnico di Bari, a Visiting Scholar at Columbia University, Research Associate at the Study Centre of the Canadian Centre for Architecture. He was Professor at the Ecole de Paysage de la Faculté d’Aménagement de l’Université de Montréal. Founding member of the laboratory professional multimedia architecture and urbanism zD6, He is currently deputy director of the historic architecture and design magazine Domus.

VWA | Lausanne

RMIT | Melbourne

Domus Vice Director | Milan

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Photographers + Videomakers Federica Campus

Ettore Cavalli

Gregorio Forolfi

Actress, set designer and sports photographer, she is graduated from art school. Winner of several important international photography competitions, works with somemagazines and some webmagazines of artistic photography.

Freelance photographer and student of Natural Sciences at the University of Cagliari, is engaged in natural reportage photography between Africa, Argentina andSardinia. He currently works with some magazines [Oasis, DOVE Viaggi Rizzoli, Bell’Italia] and several journalists.

Graduated in Physics, the passion for photography and the desire to play with light came during his adolescence, with an old reflex camera. Today the preferred techniques include photography, processing, painting and experimenting with self-made darkrooms. He win several Competitions : Honorable Mention for the project ‘Ghost Cities, Soul Cities’, Artavita Contemporary Master Award 2011, California and for the Donkey International Art Prize 2011. He is Official LWrkS Photographer from the first Landworks Sardinia 2011. www.farolfiphoto.com

Photographer | Cagliari

Photographer | Guspini

http://www.ettorecavalli.it

Photographer | Firenze

Enrica Cavalli

Andrea Faggioni

Alessandro Murgia

Final Cut and Avid video editor. Bachelor Graduate in Artistic Techniques and Entertainment Studies at Cà Foscari University of Venice. After her Master Degree inAudio and Video Editing at La Sapienza University in Rome, she attends the H-Farm Digital Academy and she gets her MasterLab Degree in Digital Economics and Entrepreneurship. Nowadays she is working at Shado.tv.

LandWorks official photographer since the first 2011 Edition, He is a lawyer as first profession but passionate about photography. He carries out a personal visual search, aiming at giving voice to the places, intended as expressive synthesis between human emotions, natural environment and cultural landscapes.

Free lance photographer, He has his studio based in Sardinia island. He won several important international photography competitions, works with some magazines and some webmagazines of advertising and artistic photography. He is LandWorks official photographer since the last 2013 edition.

Videomaker | Mestre

Photographer | Roma

Photographer | Cagliari

www.alessandromurgia.it

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Tutors Carlalberto Amadori PoliMi | Milano Architecture student at Politecnico in Milan, Carlalberto Amadori has completed studies and research on parametric architecture and biomimicry thesis with Design Research Lab in Polimi. Winner of closed workshop Metabolism of a city in NYiT, New York Institute of Technology, about natural ecosystem and urban ecologies, resilence, transition and urban growth. He participated in several workshops and projects related to urban-ecologies and reality. He is part of LandWorks Project from the 2013.

Alberto Collet Architect, he studied at the IUAV in Venice and ETSAB of Barcelona , Post graduated in Urban Designer at Arsnova, Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences of Siena. Master in Urban Management and Architectural Design at Domus Academy in Milan and University of Wales UK, Master in Theory of Pratice of Architecture at the UPC, Barcelona. Postgraduated in photography at the IDEP, Barcelona. Post graduated in Project Manager in Escola Sert, Barcelona. He worked as a coordinator and tutor in seminars, teaching assistant, curator of exhibitions and conferences at the IUAV, ACMA, URLS, ETSAB ELISAVA, ETSAS,UGR .He worked at various architectural firms including CZA Cino Zucchi Architects of Milan and EMBT Enric Miralles Benedetta Tagliabue of Barcelona. Co founder of Bauart, Project leader Forward Architects Malta. He is Part of landWorks Project from the 2014 IV Edition.

Mimì Coviello Temporaryn | Matera Architect graduated in Rome with a Postgraduate Master in Mediterrenean Landscape Urbanism. She worked in Rome for Massimiliano Fuksas and others as Archit[e]nsions and ADD Studio. Since two years she is attending a PhD in Architecture and Urban Phenomenology in Matera, Italy developing a thesis in Food Urbanism, in collaboration with VWA Landscape Studio in Rougemont that is studying the same subject for the Swiss National Science Foundation. For this research she travels between Switzerland, China and Rome. Actually she is part of a fluid collective of young architects and landscape architects called Temporaryin.

Lodovico Bruckman ROMA

Maurizio Condorelli AIAPP | Firenze

Francesco Cucchiara Palermo

Architect and performer, He lives and works in Rome. He worked as assistant professor at the Alghero Department of Architecture, University of Sassari. Currently, he works in his proper office in Rome and in internetional Dance Company performing worldwide. He is Part of landWorks Project from the 2012 II Edition.

Landscape architect, born in Catania, Sicily. He received his bachelor’s degree in architecture and a master’s degree in landscape architecture at the University of Florence. is a member AIAPP(Italian Association of Landscape Architecture) since 2009. He participated in several workshops and projects related to landscape architecture. From 2005 to 2009 he pursued his profession in Greece to Heraklion Crete. He currently lives and works in Florence, where he is mainly involved in the design of private gardens and restoration of historic parks and gardens. He is part of the LandWorks Project from this III 2013 Edition.

Architect, he graduated with a thesis on the landscape of the island of Pantelleria. From 2000 to 2002 he worked at the Architectural Design courses with Professor Teresa La Rocca. In 2001, he worked in Syria (Tell Shiyuk Thatani) with the archaeological mission of the University of Palermo. He has participated in various competitions and workshops related to landscape architecture. Lives and works in Palermo.

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Lorenzo Franceschini PoliMi | Milano

Sarkis Kourjian Beirut

Born in Trento, he got his Bachelor in Science of Architecture with honors at Politecnico di Milano in 2013. Worked as collaborator for S.C.S. ltd. and Archtech both active in Nigeria. Four weeks internship at SGCO in Moscow during 2012 and currently working since October 2013 at MAKH Architects in Kuwait, as Junior Architect and Designer. Planning to join the EMTech MSc at AA School in London. Collaborator of LW since June 2013.

Sarkis is practicing Interior Designer and Construction manager working in Lebanon. In 2008 he received his Masters Degree in Interior Architecture from the Institute of Fine arts of the Lebanese University and his Specialized Masters in Landscape Architecture in 2014. He has worked as a consultant to several renowned Lebanese architects and contributed to various architectural competitions. Starting 2015 he manages his own practice and works in design, construction and occasionally in editing and writing. He is LandWorks Official Referent for Lebanon.

Francesco Frascaro AAA | Alghero

Pier Francesco Lisci RYGlab | Guspini

Architect and urban planner, he worked as a researcher on sustainable architecture in Australia, where he developed the thesis on sustainable program Melbourne 2030, in the Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning at the Melbourne University. He participated in various international initiatives, traveling between France, England, Spain and Turkey. He studied at the Ecole Nationale Superieure de Paysage in Versailles, where has developed the architectural thesis on the new configuration of the Potager du Roi. He is currently engaged in research on sustainable construction in the Mediterranean islands and works in cooperation for research on architectural spaces. Collaborates with Landworks as a graphic designer since 2012.

Bio-architect, graduated in dynamic architecture in the faculty of Architecture in Alghero, ranging from teaching to design, from research. Since 2011 he is the coordinator of the project RYGlab Reuse Your Garbage, and in 2012 created LOOKING studio d’architettura, a professional office innovative and open source. Professor of green building at some training institutes and technical support for the supply chain Casaverde CO2.0. Collaborate with Landworks Sardinia and in 2013 with the University of Sassari in research on new sustainable materials.

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Tutors Francesca Marinelli Unich | Pescara

Antonello Naseddu Co.A.ST. | La Maddalena

Sergio Sanna DUD | Barcelona

Architecture student at the University Gabriele D’Annunzio in Pescara, Francesca Marinelli has completed studies and research on social characteristics of South American’s slums and on the architectural structure of the Brazilian favelas. Winner of a national scholarship, has worked on the urban-marginal reality of Brazil. This work is the subject of his architecture thesis. She participated in several workshops and projects related to sub-urban reality. She is part of LandWorks Project from the 2012 II Edition.

Landscape architect graduated from the University of Florence, he worked as an urban planner, architect and landscape designer. He has worked in China and Italy and collaborated with the local authority of the Coastal Conservatory. He is currently president of the Co.A.ST | Coastal Action Strategies. He is part of the LandWorks Project from II 2012 Edition.

Architect, lives and works in Barcelona. Master Graduated in Landscape Architecture at the UPC he worked with the Department of Urban Design and organization of the European Biennial of Landscape in Barcelona. Currently, he international universities, collaborating with some agencies in Barcelona and working on his own projects and competitions. He is Part of landWorks Project from the 2012 II Edition.

Filippo Mereu UniCa | Cagliari

Sergi Romero

Paolo Tringali SelgasCano | Madrid

Graduated in Biology at the University of Cagliari, he specialized in Experimental and Applied Biology. He took a Master in Organic Agriculture at the Universidad de Barcelona. Expert in the environment and biodiversity in ecological agriculture, has developed research on the sustainability of the environment and natural habitats, considering the interactions between the different animal species. He is part of the LandWorks Project from II 2012 Edition.

Architect and Master’s Degree in Landscape Architecture at the Barcelona School of Architecture ETSAB UPC, where he has collaborate as an assistant teacher in the MLA and EMiLA programmes since 2012. He has participated in several workshops concerning topics such as new city developments, territorial infrastructure and landscape recovery dynamics. Sergi worked in well-known architectural offices in Rotterdam and Barcelona and currently combines working in his own practice as well as collaborating with a variety of landscape architecture studios. His multidisciplinary team is based in Barcelona and they work toghether since 2011 developing a variety of transversal projects. As a research team, they work the topics of Energyscapes as a key to landscape and urban transformation and Fluvial dynamics as an investigative process for cultural landscape recovery. Last year they have won the international competiton Europan 12 Adaptable city in Germany.

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Was born in Italy, studied and worked abroad (O Porto, New York City, Il Cairo, Barcelona). Currently he is collaborating as Project Architect with the international firm SELGASCANO in Madrid, working closely with the partners on a wide range of projects. In 2012 has gained his PhD with an original investigation entitled “AfterUse. Strategies to (re)use and adaptation in the ‘Global Crisis’ age”. This work, focused on re-use as design strategy in architecture, suggesting a new management to get new life from waste. He is part of LandWorks Project from the 2012 II Edition.


Parco Geominerario, Storico e Ambientale della Sardegna LandWorks 2011 Edition

LandWorks 2012 Edition

The first edition of LandWorks Program was held from May 8th to May 18th, 2011 in the Parco Geominerario, Storico e Ambientale della Sardegna, inside one of the largest abandoned mining area of Sardinia (over 20 Kmq), between Montevecchio, Ingurtosu and Piscinas, in the province of Medio Campidano and recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site. The principle idea was to create a Festival of Ephemeral installation between art and LandArt on this in transition sardinian landscapes, to underline the significance of this peculiarity between the naturalness and artificiality, cause and consequence of the cultural heritage of the area, in order to open new perspectives and opportunities for future developments on a critical UNESCO World Heritage Site. The labor-intensive approach of the festival was based on a wide participation of a number of qualified landscape architects, assisted by international students, researchers and practitioners of the place, including former miners themselves. This sparked the creation of a series of site-specific installations made by local materials, components and parts of decommissioned once basic survival gear in the mines, such as scrap metal, stone and wood, but also natural elements, part of the lush Mediterranean vegetation, vivid expression of the natural local levels.

It’s been almost 3 years, since the abandoned mines of the Geo Mineral Park of Montevecchio in Sardinia, Italy, a UNESCO world heritage site, were the protagonist of the second edition of LandWorks-Sardinia, a collective action of landscape architecture held from May 21 to 31 of May 2012. This sifted desert mineral is finally consolidating or dissolving the works developed in the last ten days of May. More than sixty participants from four continents joined the workshop, alongside ten tutors and five project leaders. LandWorks-Sardinia had the Department of Architecture, Design and Urbanism of the University of Sassari, the Presidency of the Council of the Region of Sardinia, the Goethe Institute and the UNESCO Chair for Landscape (CUPEUM) as scientific partners. Simultaneously, the local governments of the municipality of Guspini, mining company Arbus — which owns the former mining concessions — and many local associations worked together on the initiative.

Projects Leaders

Henri Bava

Stefan Bernard

Thilo Folkerts

Ferdinand Ludwig

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Marc Pouzol

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Team Leader_ Stefan Bernard Project site 1_Naracauli (Arbus)

THE CHAIR, REALIZED TROUGH A DRY STONE WALL

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Team Leader_ Chris Phongphit Project site 2_Naracauli (Arbus)

THE SERIAL ROOMS, MADE BY STONES, PINE CONES, BROKEN BRICK, HELICHRYSUM, CORK

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Team Leader_ Chris Phongphit Project site 2_Naracauli (Arbus)

THE SERIAL ROOMS, MADE BY STONES, PINE CONES, BROKEN BRICK, HELICHRYSUM, CORK

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Team Leader_Thilo Folkerts & Marc Pouzol Project site 3_Pozzo Sanna (Arbus)

THE DRY GARDENS, MADE BY DRY GARBAGE FOUND ON THE PLACE AS LOCAL STONES, WOOD AND IRON

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Team Leader_Henri Bava & Roberto Zancan Project site 4_Montevecchio (Guspini)

THE COLONNADE, MADE BY STEEL PIPES, RESIDUES OF THE OLD AERATION SYSTEM

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Team Leader_ Chris Phongphit Project site 5_Pireddu (Arbus)

THE DRY GARDEN ROOM, MADE BY CHICKENS WIRE, LOCAL SPECIES AND NYLON

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Team Leader_ Craig Verzone Project site 6_Pireddu (Arbus)

BIODIVERSITY NURSERY, MADE BY LOCAL SPECIES FOUND ON THE PLACE AND SOIL

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Team Leader_ Craig Verzone Project site 6_Pireddu (Arbus)

BIODIVERSITY NURSERY, MADE BY LOCAL SPECIES FOUND ON THE PLACE AND SOIL

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Team Leader_Roberto Zancan Project site 7_Montevecchio (Guspini)

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Team Leader_Ferdinand Ludwig Project site 8_Montevecchio (Guspini) LANDMARK, MADE BY TRASVERSINE OLD TRACK, CHESTNUT WOOD AND IRON AND LAURUS NOBILIS TREES

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Team Leader_Ferdinand Ludwig Project site 8_Montevecchio (Guspini) LANDMARK, MADE BY TRASVERSINE OLD TRACK, CHESTNUT WOOD AND IRON AND LAURUS NOBILIS TREES

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Team Leader_Philippe Poullaouec Gonidec Project site 9_Montevecchio (Guspini)

NEGATIVE, LINES ON THE LAND MADE BY WHITE LIME AND TRACER MACHINE

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Team Leader_Philippe Poullaouec Gonidec Project site 9_Montevecchio (Guspini)

NEGATIVE, LINES ON THE LAND MADE BY WHITE LIME AND TRACER MACHINE

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Team Leader_Philippe Poullaouec Gonidec Project site 9_Montevecchio (Guspini)

NEGATIVE, LINES ON THE LAND MADE BY WHITE LIME AND TRACER MACHINE

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Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena In its third Edition, the international, multicultural and multidisciplinary LandWorks Non-Profit Cultural Association, realized a number of on-site projects to underline the significance of the landscape and the natural and cultural heritage of Caprera Island, in collaboration with the Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena, Agenzia del Demanio della Sardegna, the Assessorato all’Ambiente della Regione Sardegna, the Comune di La Maddalena, and other partners. From May 23 to June 2, 2013, an international group of about 80 participants, led by landscape architecture experts, were deployed to parts of the island where these tangible signs of recent history appear and blend with a landscape full of questions and expectations. Complex and carefully designed works took shape in the space of a week. Landscape installations that, despite their ephemerality, embedded themselves in the context and the matter at hand, populating and pressing interrogatives of the location, conveying a need shared with the local players to acquire new means of expression and new communication strategies with which to discuss the future of these landscapes. During the 10 day of intense work together with local actors, under the guidance of the internationally renown guests, the workshop participants, coming from over the world and many different academic institutions, created temporary and permanent installations using staff strictly collected on the site, both natural, as well as the artificial “garbage” coming from places. The new installations were realized with the same passion profused the year before in creating the land architectures. The LandWorks are today still visible and result artifacts that represent a significative memory for the locals that contributed in building and installing them, as well as for the tourists that every year run inside the “unpolluted” and crystallized territories of the Park. The international students were divided in different working groups and worked under the direction of their Team Leader, choose inside the international artists and landscape architects invited for the LandWorks Operative Program’s third edition, to realize, during the 10 really intense day of program, their land-architecures. The operative workshop setting was the north coast of the Sardinian Island, inside the administrative limits of the Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena, a unique natural and cultural heritage inside Mediterranean Landscape. Installations were embedded into the ex-fortress of the XIX century defensive landscapes in Punta Rossa, on the extreme south part of the little Caprera Island.There, the ruins of military architecture and the main settlement of the Sailing Center Park – a unique social, economic and recreational setting where most military and civil sailing activities from the Mediterranean depart for destinations around the world, and has for decades been the site of generations of important sailing champions. LandWorks installations inside those sites, operated much like an open air museum to give to allow visitors the critical re interpretation of the history of a fundamental period for industry military development (“civilization”) of the Sardinian Island. Projects Leaders

Ferdinand Ludwig

Chris Phongphit

Carlo Scoccianti

Stefan Tischer

Gabriella Trovato

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Craig Verzone

Sue Anne Ware

Roberto Zancan


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Team Leader_ Chris Phongphit Project site A_Poggio Baccà (Caprera)

THE ORANGE CHAIRS, MADE BY PLASTIC RECYCLED CHAIRS PAINTED WITH EPOXY PAINTS FOR BOATS

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Team Leader_ Chris Phongphit Project site A_Poggio Baccà (Caprera)

THE ORANGE CHAIRS, MADE BY PLASTIC RECYCLED CHAIRS PAINTED WITH EPOXY PAINTS FOR BOATS

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Team Leader_ Chris Phongphit Project site B_Porto Palma (Caprera)

THE HANGING BOATS, MADE BY ABANDONED BOATS AND CABLES OF STEEL

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Team Leader_ Roberto Zancan Project site C_Punta Rossa (Caprera)

NEW GALLERIES IN THE OLD WAREHOUSES, INSTALLATIONS MADE BY OLD SAILS, SEAWEEDS, HELICHRYSUM, CANDLES, RECYCLED POTTERY

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Team Leader_Ferdinand Ludwig Project site D_Punta Rossa (Caprera)

THE PYRAMID, MADE FROM LOCAL STONE FOUND ON SITE AND NATIVE SPECIES

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Team Leader_ Sue Anne Ware & Gabriella Trovato Project site E_Punta Rossa (Caprera) RIVISTA SARDA, MADE BY PIECE OF LOCAL WOOL, CHICKENS WIRE, NYLON, BROKEN BRICKS FOUND ON SITE

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Team Leader_ Sue Anne Ware & Gabriella Trovato Project site E_Punta Rossa (Caprera)

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Team Leader_Craig Verzone Project site F_Punta Rossa (Caprera)

MINIMAL GARDENS, MADE BY DRY GARBAGE FOUND O THE PLACE, NYLON, BARBED WIRE

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Team Leader_ Stefan Tischer Project site G_Punta Rossa (Caprera)

AGAVE INVASION GARDEN, MADE BY LOCAL SPECIES, PLASTIC POTS, WHITE PAINT

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Parco Nazionale dell’Arcipelago di La Maddalena | Villa Webber’s Park Based on the enormous success of previous LandWorks iterations in reconsidering exceptional Sardinian landscapes, the Non-Profit LandWorks Cultural Association in collaboration with the Villa Webber Property, the Comune di La Maddalena, the Assessorato all’Ambiente della Regione Sardegna and other partners designed and realized a number of in-situ projects to underline the significance of the landscape, the natural and cultural heritage of Villa Webber with its 100 hectare Park inside La Maddalena Island. Together, with local actors and under the guidance of internationally renowned professional guests, the workshop participants built temporary and permanent installations, opening new perspectives and opportunities for future developments. The operative workshop started on 22nd of May on the NORTH Coast of Sardinia island, inside the administrative limits of the Archipelago of La Maddalena, within its unique heritage inside of the Mediterranean landscape. The main activity focused on Villa Webber’s Park, the magnificent Villa Constructed in 1885 by Ser James Webber, renown as one of the finest Villas inside all Sardinia’s cultural landscape, representative one of the most precious memory of La Maddalena Archipelago and Sardinia island’s historic cultural landscape. During the the Program, students coming from five continents built over twenty small and large-scale interventions. As before, the environmental installations were mostly ephemeral and made with natural material, or found objects on site. Some of the installations produced in collaboration with the local community have been able to withstand time and are still visible today, simultaneously cultivating local memory for the inhabitants as well as for new visitors. The goal of LandWorks-Sardinia was to train students in landscape architecture through “on site”, “manual”, “hands-on” and “participatory” activities, such as planting, digging, the building of small artifacts and landscape installations. The Workshop program was configured on an extensive on-site and open air concept, devoted to catalyze and accelerate the reclamation and restoration of neglected sites through making. The participants were asked to physically REACT to the existing CULTURAL-NATURAL ENVIRONMENT through a series of site-specific installations that intervene on the land respectfully and consciously of their natural environment. In this way, the objective of LandWorks was to demonstrate how landscape can be used as a strategy for the recovery of contemporary territory and how it can contribute to the field of design. Projects Leaders

Lorenzo Brusci

Walter J. Hood

Ferdinand Ludwig

Chris Phongphit

Stefan Tischer

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Gabriella Trovato

Sue Anne Ware

Roberto Zancan


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Team Leader_ Sue Anne Ware & Gabriella Trovato Project site 1_La Maddalena FINDING VILLA WEBBER

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Team Leader_Chris Phongphit Project site 2_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena) BOATS_THE BEGINNING OF THE END

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Team Leader_Walter Hood Project site 5_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena)

OPENING_THE WINDOW OF WATER AND LIGHT

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Team Leader_Ferdinand Ludwig Project site 6_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena) STRIP-TREES

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Team Leader_Chris Phongphit Project site 7+13_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena) SWING_THE INFINITE ESCAPE + POP ART_CONTEMPORARY WEBBER

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Team Leader_Chris Phongphit Project site 8_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena) BIRD HOUSE_THE REFUGE

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Team Leader_Roberto Zancan Project site 10_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena)

WALL OF HESPERIDES

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Team Leader_Stefan Tischer Project site 11_Villa Webber’s Park (La Maddalena)

THE GARDEN

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Team Leader_ Lorenzo Brusci Project site 12_Villa Webber (La Maddalena) THE INTIMATE DEFENSE

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Team Leader_ Lorenzo Brusci Project site 12_Villa Webber (La Maddalena) THE INTIMATE DEFENSE

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Parco Geominerario, Storico e Ambientale della Sardegna + Parco Naturale Regionale di Porto Conte + Comune di Sassari | ARGENTIERA The fifth edition of the workshop took place at the abandoned site of the Argentiera, an old mining complex along the coast north-west coast of Sardinia. The site is part of the Historical and Environmental Geo-mining Park of Sardinia, a part of the Global Network of Geoparks of UNESCO, a network of territories recognized as to be preserved because of their particularly significant geological heritage, a heritage that is thanks to the “scientific rarity, aesthetic and educational value” of their sites and artifacts. Thanks to the conservation of the historical ancient silver extraction structures found on site, the area has been well preserved through time. Along with its exceptional geographic character, the mining settlement of Argentiera is like a museum of natural history. The site is unique and summarize the entire anthropological history of Sardinia, an island that since ancient times has been a basin of extraction of metals and coal for the whole Mediterranean area. “Beginning with critical site-analysis, Landworks participants uncover the site’s “working traces,” or the layered physical marks made by human hands on the land over time (Bargmann, 2014). Through forensic scrutiny, students excavate and evidence the multi-layered indexes of that past by revealing inconspicuous and otherwise hidden layers that are inextricably integrated into the landscape. These factors become the creative drivers that propel team-based site-specific installations that are presented to community members, local politicians, and environmental advocates. While a purist historic-preservation approach would, at times, design a solution nostalgically based on a frozen moment of time, the intention at the core of each Landworks workshop is to rejoin the conflicting forces of old and new at work on a fallow and latent landscape. The process amplifies the dialectic between both culture and environment as dynamic systems and frameworks for the continuous process of regeneration”.

Landworks-Sardinia: Post-Industrial Experiential Design, Simon Bussiere and Kera Lovell Projects Leaders

Henri Bava

Lorenzo Brusci

Pedro Camarena

Walter J. Hood

Isabella Inti

Ferdinand Ludwig

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Chris Phongphit

Christiane Sfeir

Stefan Tischer

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Edifici produttivi | Industrial buildings 1_Laveria | Washery 2_Magazzino | Storehause 3_Officine | Laboratory 4_Falegnameria | Woodwork 5_Cabina elettrica | Eletrical workshop 6_Bacino | Pond 7_Pozzo Podestà | Podestà Shaft 8_Forge 9_Compressori | Compressor 10_Stalla | Stable 11_Segheria |Sawmill Edifici pubblici | Public buildings 12_Scuola elementare | Elementary school 13_Scuola | School 14_Albergo operai scapoli | Hotel workers 15_Uffici Amministrazione | Administrative office 16_Chiesa Santa Barbara | Santa Barbara Church 17_Asilo | Kindergarten 18_Cinema 19_Infermeria | Infirmary 20_Dopolavoro minatori | Bar_after-work miners 21_Ufficio Postale | Post Office 22_Guardia di finanza | Finance police 23_Rimessa | Garage 24_Circolo impiegati | Employees circle 25_Uffici | Office 26_Cantina | Shop Abitazioni | Homes 27_Villa del Direttore | Director's Villa

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Team Leader_Roberto Zancan Project site 1_Argentiera (Sassari)

LA LUNA Y LA MUERTE

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Team Leader_Christian Phongphit Project site 2_Argentiera (Sassari)

THE CUBE

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Team Leader_Pedro Camarena Project site 4_Argentiera (Sassari)

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Team Leader_Christian Phongphit Project site 5_Argentiera (Sassari)

THE WALL

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Team Leader_Pedro Camarena Project site 6-7_Argentiera (Sassari)

HARD WORK + AGAVE THING

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Team Leader_Isabella Inti Project site 8_Argentiera (Sassari)

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Team Leader_Walter Hood Project site 9_Argentiera (Sassari)

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Team Leader_Henri Bava + StefanTischer Project site 10_Argentiera (Sassari)

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Team Leader_Christiane Sfeir Project site 11_Argentiera (Sassari) ARGENTIERA MEMORIAL

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Team Leader_Lorenzo Brusci Project site 12_Argentiera (Sassari) SONIC RITUAL

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Team Leader_Ferdinand Ludwig Project site 13_Argentiera (Sassari) WE DON’T MINE

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Team Leader_Christian Phongphit Project site 14_Argentiera (Sassari) THE SQUARE

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