8th Biennal 2014
Born in Barcelona in 1955. Enric is architect and professor of History of Art and Architecture in the School of Architecture of Barcelona. He has curated several exhibitions. He has many texts published in magazines: Carrer de la ciutat, Insula, Rey lagarto, Dyonisos, Arquitecturas bis, Casabella, etc.
Urbanist, writer. Former editor of Cahiers du CCI and Monumental, he was program adviser at France Culture and director of studies at the National School of Industrial Creation and professor at the National School of Nature and Landscape. His publications include: “Un amateur d’architecture”, L’Imprimeur, 1994 “Regarder le paysage”, Gallimard, 2010 “Histoires d’espaces”, Sens & Tonka, 2012 “Un monde avant”, Bourgois, 2013.
Mr. Sun Libo was born in August 1963. He is senior economist, and won the special allowance of the State Council, the Leading Talents Award of National Press and Publication Administration, now works as Vice President of China Architecture & Building Press.Mr. Sun Libo has been engaged in publishing management for a long time, primarily in charge of production and quality management. He devoted himself to promote the standardization & normalization, openness and fairness in publishing field.
Xiangrong Wang is professor of School of Landscape Architecture, Beijing Forestry University, founder and principal of Atelier DYJG, vice president of Chinese Society of Landscape Architecture (CHSLA) (2008-18), chairman of Territorial Landscape Committee, CHSLA, vice chairman of Education Committee, CHSLA, the editor-in-chief of Chinese Landscape magazine, the founding editor-in-chief of Landscape Architecture journal, and Fellow of Landscape Institute of UK.
He obtained BLA from the College of Architecture and Urban Planning of Tongji University Shanghai in 1983, MLA from School of Landscape Architecture of Beijing Forestry University in 1986, and Dr.-Ing. from the Dept. of Urban and Landscape Planning at Kassel University, Germany, in 1995.
He has published a total of 22 monographs, edited books and translations. His practical projects have won 2 Honor Awards in Planning and Analysis category and 1 Honor Award in Landscape Design category from American Society of Landscape Architects, 1 award and 3 shortlisted mentions from Landscape Institute(UK), 10 National Landscape Awards from British Association of Landscape Industries, 22 Planning and Design Awards from International Federation of Landscape Architects APR/AAPME, 4 First Prizes and 7 Second Prizes for Planning and Design category from CHSLA and more than 10 other awards.
Brad has been the editor of LAM since April 2010, when he joined ASLA and began a total redesign of the magazine during its 100th year. Before coming to LAM, he worked as a freelance writer for 10 years, including six years as a contract reporter for the New York Times. He was also a contributing editor to Architect and I.D. magazines during that period. His design journalism career began in 1993 when he joined the magazine Architecture, where he eventually became a senior editor and then editor-at-large until the magazine closed in 2006. In 1992, he began reporting for the weekly Washington City Paper, and served as the paper’s arts editor from 1997 to 2000.
Architect from the School of Architecture of Valencia since 1977. Professor at the Department of Urban in the School of Architecture of Valencia. Editor and Director of Projects of architecture and landscape since 1997. Organizer of workshops in landscape architecture since 1997. Member of the Agrupación arquitectes pel paisatge of COACV. Funder and Coordinator of the magazines in landscape architecture “paisea” and “paiseaDos”.
Architect, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, 1999 has taught in the schools of architecture at the Universidad Diego Portales, Universidad Andrés Bello and the Pontifical Catholic University of Chile. Alongside his teaching has collaborated on studies of Rodrigo Pérez de Arce, Teodoro Fernández, Mathias Klotz and Cecilia Puga. He is co-author of the project for the new Crypt of the Cathedral of Santiago (2006) and the expansion of the Library UC Campus Lo Contador (2007). He is currently director and editor of Ediciones ARQ y he has published more than forty articles on several contemporary Chilean architecture magazines.
Company President PAYSAGE Promoting Development of Landscape Architecture Director International Journal TOPSCAPE.
Lecturer 7 and 8
Robert Schäfer, born 1954 in Germany, is Editor-in-Chief of Topos. He studied Landscape Planning at the Technical University, Berlin and Journalism at the University of Stuttgart. Robert Schäfer founded Topos as the European Review of Landscape Architecture in 1992 and in 2005 Topos became The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design. Since 1984 he has also been editor-in-chief of Garten + Landschaft, a German language journal of landscape architecture. Robert Schäfer has been based in Munich, Bavaria since 1982.
Karsten Jørgensen is a professor of landscape architecture at Norwegian University of Life Sciences since 1993, and holds a Dr.Scient.-degree from UMB from 1989 in landscape architecture. He is Founding Editor of JoLA - Journal of Landscape Architecture established 2006. At UMB, Karsten Jørgensen has been responsible for teaching history and theory of landscape architecture for several years.