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植物与时间:关于慢速植物知识的探讨
(美)马特·达洛斯撰文,佟思明译,边思敏校
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作者简介:(美)马特·达洛斯(Matt Dallos) 1982年生/男/美国宾夕法尼亚州人/康奈尔大学环境历史专业在 读博士研究生/Thicket Workshop工作室创始人/研究方向为设 计空间中植物的文化史和环境史
摘要:
风景园林师通常更倾向以季相特征的方式去理解植物 随时间发生的变化。认为从蒂莫西·莫顿(Timothy Morton) 的时间推移(time lapse)概念中汲取灵感,并通过时间性的 概念来思考植物,将有机会改变风景园林师认知和设计植物的 方式。虽然这种种植设计方法不直接指向一种形式(form), 但它确实与当前称为生态主义或自然主义的种植概念有许多相 似之处。调查了2个建成项目——格伦斯通博物馆(Glenstone Museum)和布鲁克林大桥公园(Brooklyn Bridge Park),以 理解时间性是如何影响设计的。最后,提出了通过慢速植物知 识(slow plant knowledge)引导设计的新发展趋势
关键词:  风景园林  植物  植物设计  视觉表达  设计方法 论  自然主义种植  设计过程  多物种组合
DOI:10.19775/j.cla.2024.05.0026
投稿时间:2024-03-15修订日期:2024-03-25
基金项目:
With Plants, Thinking through Time: SeekingPractices of Slow Plant Knowledge
(USA) Matt Dallos,Translated by TONG Siming,Proofread by BIAN Simin
Abstract:
Landscape architects often focus on a model of seasonality for understanding how plants change through time. This article proposes that by drawing inspiration from Timothy Morton's use of a time lapse and by thinking about plants through the concept of temporality, there are opportunities to shift the way that landscape architects think about and design with plants. While this approach to planting design does not necessarily dictate a form, it does share many similarities with what has recently been called ecological or naturalistic planting. The article surveys two built works - Glenstone Museum and Brooklyn Bridge Park - to understand how temporality informed the designs. The article then proposes the development of practices of slow plant knowledge to inform design.
Key words:  landscape architecture  plant  planting design  visual representation  design methodology  naturalistic planting  design process  multi-species assemblage

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