How has the COVID-19 crisis affected our way of inhabiting spaces and what impact does it have on design?

The landscaper’s central task is to analyze and understand the environment where he makes decisions. According to Patricia Johanson, following the “set of conditions that make a place unique.”

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Night-scented Lily

(Alocasia odora)
Family: Araceae 

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The Role of the Vertical Garden in the Recovery of the Cities

When we listen to the words ̈vertical garden ̈ our mind brings us images of high walls covered by vegetation from different species. Which are usually built by prefabricated systems, widely located in public spaces like buildings fronts or even in columns in roads.

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Edward James “The craziest of all surrealists together” – Salvador Dalí

Since I arrived in Mexico, one of my most dreamed trips was to visit the Edward James Surrealist Garden, located in Xilitla, San Luis Potosí, but… why? What is peculiar about this garden?

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Gray Fox

(Urocyon cinereoargenteus)
Family: Canidae

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When the First Landscape Claims its Place

This is the relation of how everything was put on hold, everything in calm, in silence, all motionless, silent, and the expanse of the sky was empty…

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Landscape Strategies: The Gandhi Park in the Face of the COVID-19 Pandemic

As a result of the health emergency that the COVID-19 has brought to our lives, urban public spaces where a significant number of people used to congregate, have been reinterpreted as unsafe places where it is difficult to maintain the necessary measures to prevent contagion.

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Zamioculca

(Zamioculcas zamiifolia)
Family: Araceae

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Chris Precht: Parc de la Distance

What is the core design principle of the Parc de la Distance?
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