Author Archives: joshua zeunert
‘Why Should We Grow Food in Cities? Joshua presented a paper titled ‘Why Should we Grow Food in Cities’ at the University of Essex/Writtle College 5th joint conference in November 2012.
Landscape Architecture Australia publishes Joshua’s Coal Loader review as it’s cover article: Joshua’s project review of The Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability by HASSELL was published in Landscape Architecture Australia, No 136 (November 2012: p36-40). The article has been published online at Architecture AU here. Link to download (PDF) here: LAA136 CoalLoader_JZ. It is featured […]
Design Atlas South Australia: The Integrated Design Commission has been busy advocating for the design industry in SA, recently producing Design South Australia, profiling a breadth of design talent in SA and featuring The Plan radio show (p.94). Joshua (together with John Byleveld, Martin Ridge and Angelique Edmonds) is a founding member of weekly chat […]
‘Farming the City: Harvesting a City’s Natural Resources’ published in special edition of Collect Magazine: Joshua was interviewed and provided material for an article by Collect Magazine titled ‘Farming the City: Harvesting a City’s Natural Resources’. It was published in a special edition in July 2012 titled ‘On Great Cities and the Coffee Shop’ which […]
In response to AIA SA President Nick Tridente’s comment on The Plan that “landscape architects could not think laterally”, Joshua was one of four ‘Lateral Thinking Landscape Architects’ who presented at the BARC event.
Joshua was invited to attend a delegation to South Korea as an ‘Emerging Researcher in Urban Design’ with a delegation of Australian researchers for the third Australia-Korea International Green Growth Workshop and Impacts of Climate Change on Urban Living conference (from 11- 18 May 2012). The workshop, co-organised by the National Academy of Engineering of […]
‘Beyond Biodiversity: Challenging the Biodiversity Dogma’: Published in Landscape Architecture Australia, No 133 (Feb 2012, p13-14), Joshua’s article challenging the dominance of the biodiversity reinstatement movement has since been reproduced online in various locations, including: architecture AU & scribd. Link to PDF here: LAA_Beyond-Biodiversity_p13-14.
Joshua presented at the Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL) + Heart Foundation’s Food Sensitive Planning and Urban Design Workshop held in Adelaide on the 22 November 2011. VEIL & the heart Foundation have been doing excellent work on urban agriculture including a Food-sensitive planning and urban design publication and a food map.
Pecha Kucha: Adrenaline Joshua presented at the Pecha Kucha 15×15 slide night hosted by Damien Schwalitz & Roarkus Moss Architects on 9 September 2011. The theme for the evening was ‘Adrenaline’.
Eating the landscape: Joshua presented a paper at the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) National Conference in Brisbane on 13 August 2011. The paper was titled ‘Eating the Landscape: Aesthetic Foodscape Design and its Role in Australian Landscape Architecture’. The conference was themed ‘Transform’ and explored key issues such as Transforming urban landscapes; Transforming […]