Topophilia is an online publication devoted to landscape architecture in the expanded field, including art, urbanism, architecture and other tangents of contemporary culture. Topophilia started in 2005 to engage emerging landscape architects and the established profession with cultural and conceptual critique, renegade publications, and simply, general discussion about the evolving, sometimes nebulous, field of landscape architecture.
Topophilia is always interested in contributors and opportunities for cross disciplinary endeavors. If you have an idea or an event you would like posted, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our facebook group.
Kira Appelhans has an MLA from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Landscape Design and Horticulture from Colorado State University. Having worked in New York for several years, she has started her own interdisciplinary office, Working Earth in Nashville where she lives, designs, teaches and makes art. You can email her at kira (at) topophilia.org
Liz holds an MLA from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in Art/Semiotics from Brown University. She spent a year at the AA School of Architecture as part of her undergraduate education. She currently works as a landscape architect in NYC. Contact her at email@example.com
Kaarin Patterson has an MLA from the University of Pennsylvania and a BA in Community and Environmental Planning from the University of Washington. Having lived and worked in San Francisco, Boston and Berlin, she has settled down as a landscape architect,urban planner and graphic designer in New York. Current hot topics for her include: shrinking cities, the two most recent IBA projects, mining in Northern Idaho and information graphics. To contact Kaarin about topophilia contributions or non related, but scintillating items, email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Adam Davis works in London as an architect specializing in computational and parametric design. He holds Master of Architecture and Master of Landscape Architecture degrees from the University of Pennsylvania.
Yadiel J Rivera-Diaz
Sarah Van Sanden