Welcome the second issue of Kerb, Journal of Landscape Architecture.
Kerb is about the questioning of current ideas on landscape architecture and the articulation of new ones. It explores the edge. It deals with boundaries, yet ultimately has none. Kerb has been called ‘noisy’ and rightly so, for without the noise who will listen?
Kerb mediates between the footpath and the road, between the design school and the profession, between the conception of landscape architecture and its built reality. It represents a fluid interaction between ideas, the exploration of the people and space and gaps in between. No longer can landscape architecture be taken for granted.
Kerb is produced by students, yet it is not a student journal. It relies on contributions from all, regardless of their background. The success of Kerb ultimately lies in the convergence of people and ideas with a genuine interest in landscape architecture. The results of this convergence will be revealed in each new issue of Kerb.
We welcome your support and hope that you enjoy the second issue of Kerb.