Resource: Scenario Journal
Scenario Journal is an online project focused on the next generation of urban landscapes. Scenario seeks to create a free and accessible platform for showcasing conversations that spark collaboration, rethink urban landscape performance, and lay down a framework for design innovation.
The online journal is co-edited by Stephanie Carlisle, Principal at KieranTimberlake and a lecturer of Urban Ecology at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design and Nicholas Pevzner, full-time lecturer in the Department of Landscape Architecture at the University of Pennsylvania School of Design.
The latest issue, Migration, contains fourteen articles ranging from human to plant migration and everything in between. See the list below for specific articles. Visit ScenarioJournal.com for more information on future calls, past issues, and more.
by Stephanie Carlisle and Nicholas Pevzner
Migrations in Our Habitats, Scaling from the Clone to the Continent
by Steven N. Handel
Fluid Geographies: Strategies for the Landscape Left Behind
by Karl Kullmann
The Continental Compact: Eastward Migration in a (New) New World
by Ian Caine and Derek Hoeferlin
Ode to Joy
Flood + Forest: A Migration Corridor for Reconnecting the Brussels Landscape
by Wim Wambecq and Bruno De Meulder
Movebank: An Interview with Roland Kays
by Nicholas Pevzner and Stephanie Carlisle
Trade as Form
by Alex Klatskin
Coding Flux: Redesigning the Migrating Coast
by Fadi Masoud
Landscape and Displacement: A Practical Intervention on a Syrian Informal Settlement in Lebanon
by Maria Gabriella Trovato
The Spatialization of Migration Policy in Europe
by Tami Banh and Antonia Rudnay
Segunda Vida: an Architecture of Resilience
by Mike Yengling
Travel by Night
by Audrey Burns Leites
Urban Sanctuary Network
by Eduardo Rega
Check out the previous 5 issues on Extraction (5), Building the Urban Forest (4), Rethinking Infrastructure (3), Performance (2), and Landscape Urbanism (1).
To learn more about University of Pennsylvania’s Architecture, Urban Ecology, or Landscape Architecture programs, visit their website.