Landscape is the appearance a particular area has, as well as its perception by those who view it. It is often the product of cultural conditions and is an image in our consciousness. Landscape is familiar to us, it serves as a home and a reminder of the past; it is omnipresent. The most exciting aspect of landscape, be it urban, agrarian, forest, water, mountainous, or desert, is its great variety and tremendous dynamism. No two areas are alike. The landscape is constantly undergoing change.
This book presents selected international projects by the successful practice Kamel Louafi Landscape Architects from Berlin. In an abundance of images, sketches, and essays the practices’ attitude toward landscape becomes apparent: the site, its context and history, and the overall theme itself define the interventions, as well as the four seasons and the course of time. Landscape Interventions is the articulation of imagination.