The 7th Shanghai Landscape Forum was successfully held on December 26, 2020 as a feast of thought to the audience. The main topic of this forum was "The Epidemic Apocalypse", trying to use COVID -19 as the pointcut to discuss its wide influences on people's life and work in this special period, and to further communicate about the responsibilities for landscape architects and the challenges that the landscape industry will have to deal with in this pandemic situation.

受疫情影响,本次论坛首次采用线上参与的形式进行。来自7家国际知名设计公司的演讲者从个人体验、学术探索及业界实践经验等多个维度,对这一全球性、常态化问题进行了深入的探讨。同时,本次论坛还非常荣幸地邀请到了三位嘉宾:万科上海区域万晟能力中心设计总监齐威、广州万溪规划设计总监杜鹏展、以及同济大学建筑与城市规划学院景观系副教授董楠楠。三位嘉宾针对疫情对开发市场的影响与可能带来的挑战,大数据与无人驾驶等新技术对未来业界的影响,以及疫情常态化下对从业人员的建议等议题分享了各自的见解。7家合作媒体与论坛主办方展开战略合作,并对此次活动进行宣传报道。同时上海景观论坛也一直是美国景观设计师协会ASLA PPN海外倾力支持的盛会。

It was the first time that our forum was held online. Speakers from seven world-famous design companies discussed this global, normalized issue from a variety of dimensions, including personal experience, academic exploration, and practical experience in the profession. At the same time, it is a great honor to invite three guests to this forum:  Qi Wei, Design Director of VanKe Shanghai Regional Wansheng Competence Center, Du Pengzhan, Planning and Design Director of Guangzhou Wanxi and Dong Nannan, Associate professor of Landscape Architecture Department, CAUP. They shared their views on the epidemic’s influence on expanding market and potential challenges; the impact of new technologies such as big data and driverless on the future of the industry; advice for practitioners under normalization of the epidemic. Seven media partners cooperated with the forum organizers to promote this Forum, supported by ASLA PPN.


Let's recap the exciting speeches of the forum day


Pandemics-Shaping Humanity, Our Landscapes and Future


演讲嘉宾:Lee Parks(景观设计董事,上海办公室景观部门负责人)

Speaker: Lee Parks (Director and Landscape Studio Leader, Shanghai Office)


Lee Parks先生的演讲旨在让人们更多的去关注和反思疫情的根源及其背后的深层原因,而非仅仅关注当下的应急策略。他认为,作为景观设计师群体的一份子,无论从个体角色以及专业角色出发,都应当也有能力为社区、城市、国家,乃至整个人类群体、各生物种群与子孙后代的共荣发展贡献出自己的力量。在这场与疫情的博弈中,景观设计师应当意识到自己的职责与重任,并应作为思潮和实践的领军者与道德楷模走在时代的前沿。

Rather than focusing on emergent strategies, Mr. Lee Parks brought a view at the underlying causes of the epidemic. He believes that we designers should make our own contributions to every unit of human society and biological groups, personally and professionally. We should realize our responsibilities and lead the generations in the lens of landscape which provides new possibilities to deal with this global uncertainty.

 Lee Parks先生首先分享了AECOM团队在疫情期间为全球的客户及社会提供支持的举措。作为一个全球性的公司,AECOM一直以来都在积极探索自然环境与人类福祉的提升。通过参与医疗机构的建设、推广基于自然的解决方案(NBS)等,不断校准未来发展方向,呼应特殊环境下的时代需求。

Mr. Lee Parks started by sharing how the AECOM team initiatives to support customers and the community worldwide during the outbreak. As a global company, AECOM has always been active in exploring the enhancement of the natural environment and Promoting human well-being. By participating in the construction of medical institutions and promoting nature-based solutions (NBS), we are constantly calibrating the future direction of development and responding to the needs of the times in special environments.


Looking back in the history, the big pandemics actually served as catalysts for dramatic urban development, ultimately reshaping open space, public health, and urban healthcare systems, enhancing Humanitarian fairness and justice for the common class. In the post-SARS era, we have experienced several epidemics from zoonotic diseases. There is a growing awareness that the degradation of the natural environment and the loss of habitat and biodiversity caused by unsustainable land use practices and the unlimited expansion of agriculture and animal husbandry may be the root cause of the epidemic.


演讲的最后,Lee Parks先生以常态化疫情下的21个“愿望清单”,在2021年来临之际向所有景观设计师发出倡议。鼓励所有人关注畜牧业、农业以及食品安全的严峻现状,促进本地化市场与社区的共生;减少资源的浪费以及不必要的差旅;关注生物多样性、气候变化、海洋与水系的生态平衡,减少碳足迹;通过构建丰富多样的绿色开放空间,在公园、社区、校园、工作与学习场所,鼓励人们亲近自然并进行有益身心健康的活动;关注公众健康卫生并在设计中充分考虑相关服务设施;关注心理健康与精神压力;教育下一代有关自然与环境保护的相关常识;在信息时代平衡好虚拟与现实的关系,并结合虚拟技术实现博物馆等公共资源的线上访问。

At the end of the speech, Mr. Lee Parks shared his 21-wish list with all landscape architects to normalize the epidemic situation in the coming of 2021. He encouraged people to pay attention to the critical situation of animal husbandry, agriculture and food safety, and to promote the symbiosis of local markets and communities; reduce waste of resources and unnecessary trips; focus on biodiversity, climate change, ecological balance of oceans and water systems, and reduce carbon footprint; get close to nature and engage in healthy activities by creating a rich variety of green open spaces in parks, communities, campuses, and work and study places; focus on public health and hygiene and take into full consideration relevant service facilities in the design; focus on mental health; educate the next generation about nature and environmental protection; balance the relationship between the real and virtue in the information era and combine virtual technology to achieve the museum online access as well as other public resources.



Safer Public Space


演讲嘉宾:程喆 (项目设计师)

Speaker: Cheng Zhe (Project Designer)


With the rapid expansion of the Covid-19 epidemic around the world, daily life in all countries has been greatly affected. In the foreseeable future, "keeping distance" will be a topic that cannot be ignored in people's social life to prevent the further spread of the outbreak. 



As a result of the epidemic, public places are currently in a cycle of re-open, recover, reimage and reclose. Based on this situation, Atkins assisted the UK government with the study "Safety in the Covid-19: Safer Public Spaces - Urban Centers and Green Spaces". We hope to provide effective landscape practice solutions for maintaining social distance through the designation and classification of current problems.


In this presentation, Cheng Zhe mainly shared some initiatives for public space, university space, and campus space of primary and secondary schools.


For public space, Atkins takes a holistic view of the issue, based on its more integrated and complex current conditions. From building layout analysis and travel demand management, to the implementation of street assistance and the use of various digital tools that enable monitoring, Atkins analyzes and utilizes these elements in an integrated manner to present sound control interventions. At the same time, each urban center has its unique local characteristics, and the different history, relics and culture of each town will influence the behavior and habits of residents in a subtle way. Understanding the local history, culture and human characteristics will also become an important basis for adjusting in the specific implementation of the control program. And within the same city, different types of spaces, such as public squares, community park, and urban streets, likewise require different intervening measure. In this sharing, Cheng Zhe mainly uses the street as an entry point to analyze some of Atkins' improvement measures for public space.



Cheng Zhe cited common problems in Atkins' UK streetscapes in several specific projects, such as road congestion, construction facilities occupying the road, and commercial exterior space conflict with bus stops and crosswalk waiting areas. To address these issues, Atkins has built a variety of streetscape models for different situations. By widening the pedestrian space, adding cycling lanes, and adding parklet green spaces, activating the site and promote the commercial atmosphere while maintaining a safer social distance.


In addition to strategies that focus on widening the sidewalk, there are a range of different types of interventions that can be implemented in the space along the street. For example, reducing the speed limit for vehicles on the road, opening the priority right-of-way for walking and cycling; setting up shopping malls to be open at different times; increasing safety code information displays and signage; placing street assistance, traffic police control and smart tool supervision; and increasing the frequency of street cleaning and street furniture maintenance. Interventions are site-specific and can be overlaid on specific streets to encourage outdoor activity while preventing pedestrian congestion and ensuring safe social distances.


Based on the relatively well-defined characteristics of the activity process inside the academic space, Atkins team developed a tool software for social distance. The software will integrate the existing information resources through digital means to accurately measure and visually present the spatial security capacity within the university and give more practical conclusion suggestions in conjunction with the schedule.



For school grounds Atkins encourages children to learn outdoors and hopes to ensure the healthy growth of children under the epidemic by educating the next generation to maintain a safe social distance and personal hygiene.



Past, Present and Future: An Urbanist Responses to Pandemic

ASPECT Studio 

演讲嘉宾:许宁吟(高级景观设计师), 任慧(景观设计师), 俞紫洋(景观设计师)

Presenter: Sam Xu (Senior Landscape Architect), Jenny Ren (Landscape Architect), Ziyang Yu (Landscape Architect)


In the process of development and evolution, urban space is inevitably influenced and constrained by many local, regional and global environment. As one of the public health crises faced by all mankind, COVID-19 has aroused a lot of attention and thinking from urbanists in theory and practice. Three speakers elaborated on the past, present, and future dimensions of the epidemic's impact on urban space and human social behavior in different periods, and discussed various technical possibilities and solutions for the future.



In his speech, Sam Xu pointed out that the world plague and cholera in the 19th century prompted the public to recognize the importance of open space. From then on urban space design has become an important safeguard to promote the physical health of the public; With the emergence of theories such as the Garden City, people were also becoming aware of the benefits of open space for the mental health of citizens. These explorations and practices have also become the foundation of modern landscape and urban design theories.



Jenny Ren shared some impact we are facing due to the epidemic in 2020. Since the government's restrictions on public activities, people are now aware of the importance of green open spaces and outdoor activities. Landscape architects should not only design spaces for people ‘to use’, but also those people ‘need to use’ through more careful observation. In the context of the epidemic, similar needs such as modular design of spaces to maintain social distance and the development of urban agriculture to obtain convenient fresh fruits and vegetables are already being applied in some projects.


针对未来的技术展望与可能的解决方案,俞紫洋分别从①保持社交距离及②减少户外活动可能的病毒传播途径两个层面进行了阐述。就保持社交距离的议题,俞紫洋分享了ASPECT Studios的成都Hyperlane超线公园项目。通过引入模块化的空间设计,保证了功能的多样性与灵活性,为使用者提供了不同场景下的安全社交空间——公共空间的私密领域。而针对户外活动设施可能造成病毒的交叉感染的隐患,俞紫洋认为,在公共空间引入无接触的趣味互动装置、智能门禁、自动化清洁与消毒系统、虚拟屏障等先进技术,可能是解决这一问题的途径之一。

In terms of potential future technology and possible solutions, Ziyang Yu presented on two levels: (1) keeping social distance (2) reducing possible virus transmission paths from outdoor activities. On the topic of maintaining social distance, she shared ASPECT Studios’ project: the Urban Gallery of Hyperlane, Chengdu. By introducing a modular space design, it ensures the diversity and flexibility of functions and provides users with a space in different scenarios - "a private " open space. And in response to potential risk of cross-contamination of viruses caused by outdoor facilities, Yu believes that the introduction of advanced technologies, such as non-touch interactive landscape, intelligent non-touch access control, automated cleaning and disinfection systems, and Invisible boundary in public spaces can further contribute to ease the issue.



Rethinking Planning Principles at Pandemic


演讲嘉宾:黄杨(规划设计师), 宋屹(景观设计师)

Speakers: Huang Yang (Urban Planner), Song Yi (Landscape Designer) 



Huang Yang and Song Yi's presentation aimed to call for further reflection on planning principles and concepts by planners in the particular context of the epidemic era. Their sharing focused on two main areas, one addressing public transportation and the other exploring open and closed development patterns.


The continued innovation of autonomous technology will inevitably have a significant impact on the shape and pattern of public transportation systems as a whole. This technology also echoes the concern for social distance and interruption of transmission in the context of the epidemic. As designers, we must respond to the impact that this technological innovation may have on the future of the streetscape. As automation technology matures, lane widths will be reduced in the future, which will create more open space in cities. Infrastructure such as separate autonomous vehicle lanes or tunnels will also be integrated into the urban road system. Huang Yang then shared two examples of Sasaki's work on public transport: a 'Personal Rapid Transit (PRT)' system for a high-speed rail hub and an 'infinite loop' within the Virginia Tech campus. The first project, in Qingdao, proposes a new urban form where different scales of space are matched with different transport systems, with the PRT system as a transport solution for medium scale areas, reducing the road footprint and creating more open space while maintaining efficiency. The second project creates an 'infinite loop' within the campus, which is combined with a slow transportation system within the campus to enhance the user experience.



Personal Rapid Transit system



“Infinite loop” within Virginia Tech campus


Recently, the country has gradually embarked on a pilot scheme of open communities, which has played a positive role on the quality of urban space. The 2020 epidemic, however, has forced these open communities to be closed again, which has proven to be an effective move to control and cut off the spread of the epidemic. To further explore the strategy of open and closed communities, Song Yi shares Sasaki's new thoughts from two project examples in the context of the epidemic.



The first project is the Nanchang U-shaped Open Space System, the design team hopes to enhance the vitality of the street by softening and demarcating the boundary. However, the sudden outbreak of the epidemic made the team realize that the planning of backing walls and shared green space can flexibly manage the low-density community space, while maintaining the plasticity of the public space to the greatest extent, reflecting the possibility of the coexistence of openness and privacy.


南昌U形开放空间系统Nanchang U-shaped Open Space System

第二个项目是位于广州花地湾的高密度开发项目——空中花城,设计团本旨在通过立体化、多层次的空间塑造,打造空中花园,满足高密度TOD对绿色空间的迫切需求,同样,在疫情语境下, 不同的活动层与活动分区设置却让项目场地实现了开放性与私密性的快速转换。

The second project is a high-density development project in Huadi Bay, Guangzhou – Sky Flower city. The design team aims to create a sky garden through vertical and multi-level space to meet the urgent demand for green space in high-density TOD area. In the context of the epidemic, the different activity layers and zones make it possible for the site feeling of openness and privacy to change from each other.


While the epidemic has brought great challenges to society, it has also inspired design practitioners to interpret new perspectives on design and planning. The value and responsibility for public space is being pushed to a new level, which provides a constant stream of green energy for urban development. As Song Yi finally mentioned, the new role of public space as a "green strip" for the city. Public spaces need to be prepared for emergent situations in urban environment, and there are many challenges. The rationalization of water & electricity networks should be on the way, a pre-arranged traffic alternative should be made, and sufficient emergency-prevention areas should be reserved.



high-density development project, Huadi Bay, Guangzhou- Flower city in the air


Working from home and beyond 


演讲嘉宾:余晗 (理事,资深景观设计师)

Speaker: Yu Han (Associate, Senior Landscape Designer)


In 2020, a sudden epidemic has accelerated the world's "smart" process. On the one hand, people's online learning, working and participation in e-commerce have increased significantly during the epidemic, and telecommuting has become the new normal worldwide. On the other hand, the promotion of telecommuting also has a great impact on the future office and living environment and even the whole urban space. Yu Han elaborated potential trends and changes in her speech.



In the future, the demand for centralized office space will shrink to a certain extent, and the function of headquarters offices will be more focused on the level of image display and meeting discussions. The form of office space will also be more diversified, and the design will pay more attention to the indicators related to epidemic prevention, such as staff density, antibacterial materials and fresh air circulation. In terms of land use and functional distribution, the demand for centralized office plots will also decrease, and people will be more inclined to join shared or community office spaces nearby, and there will be more flexible offices available.




In addition to regular work, the trend of telecommuting will also have an impact on many aspects of people's daily lives. Yu Han’s speech started from increasing the privacy of living space, enhance outdoor ventilation, increasing community and urban green space, optimizing open space activities, and trying to introduce community agriculture. Focus on the necessity of planning strategies to deal with future environmental changes.



Internship during COVID-19 



Speaker: Shang Yeqing, Gao Hanyu, Lian Xu, Wang Bosheng, Tong Shiyu, Wang Guanyi, Zhong Sijia, Liu Yani, Xu Yijia


Affected by the Covid-19 epidemic, more and more Chinese overseas students are choosing to stay in China for continuing study. SWA has been paying close attention to Education and the next generation. The interns in SWA's Shanghai office shows stronger diversity this year. Several interns from Upenn, GSD and other universities will talk about their learning experiences, internship opportunities and the feelings of having online courses. Based on their own experience, their video show one aspect of the impact of the epidemic on people's lives.



Several speakers shared the sudden changes in their studies and lives when the epidemic came as an unexpected event. The change of course format, the loss of internship opportunities abroad, and potential problems with visa all brings unexpected difficulties to international students. Some students took the opportunity for "gap year," while others chose to continue their studies online while interning. In the video, speakers also said that the internship at SWA was a pleasant and instructive experience. As the next generation,their reflections on the epidemic will also inspire their future studies and practice.


Design Reflections in the Post-Epidemic Era


演讲嘉宾:徐舒娅 资深城市设计师 

Speaker: Xu Shuya (Senior Urban Designer)


In the process of global urban development, it is an inevitable trend that central cities rise and lead the development of urban agglomeration, but this process also intensifies the social and spatial inequality.


新冠疫情的出现成为反思城市化进程,加速全球城市化改变的催化剂。The emergence of COVID-19 as a catalyst for rethinking urbanization and accelerating global urbanization change


Through the epidemic, a series of seemingly unrelated phenomena have been found to be closely correlated: a heavy loss in global tourism and economy, a slowdown in housing supply and demand, massive retail shutdown, changes in transportation choices due to significant travel reduction, increased demand for outdoor activities, and the rise of telecommuting, etc.


Xu Shuya then raised a related thought about urban density. Will overly dense urban populations become a hidden danger of spreading the epidemic? But in the actual study, we found that some of the countries with the highest density had better Epidemic prevention performance. This may be explained indirectly that governance and control policies will play a more important role than blaming the global epidemic on urban density。



In the face of COVID - 19, it is imperative that we adopt appropriate, proportionate and resilient responses to ensure the continuity of our urban development, make it as good or better than “the old normal”, rather than being totally constrained by the sudden situation of the epidemic. In her speech, Xu Shuya discussed with the audience the impact of the epidemic on the global talent mobility, and the emphasis and importance of diversified, entertaining and experience in future commercial space. She believes that the epidemic should be seen as a catalyst for positive change in the city. It's time to rethink some deep-rooted patterns of the past set, take a leap forward with optimized strategies and designs.



Finally, six design reflections for the post-epidemic era are summarized and further elaborated with examples from Hassle's practice. These six thematic directions are:

功能复合+多样配套 Mix uses and diversify assets21世纪的灵活街道 Flexible streets for the 21st century场所赋值,创造体验 Embed place value & experiential destinations社交出发的社区营造Social-oriented neighbourhoods融入+提升自然 Embed & Leverage natural systems一体化管理措施 Holistic leaderships



The followings are some highlights of the roundtable discussion session:


Q1: In view of current market situation, what are the biggest challenges you see ahead of you given the current market? And what are the possible plans you have to overcome them? 



Qi Wei, Design Director of VanKe Shanghai Regional Wansheng Competence Center

"In response to the unexpected situation of the epidemic, it is inevitable that companies will need to reposition and plan their goals, but we still want to retain some long-term, unshakable vision. As the market fluctuates, we should have some tactical flexibility to respond, but the overall strategic direction should not waver."

Lee Parks, AECOM景观设计董事,上海办公室景观部门负责人


Lee Parks, Director and Landscape Studio Leader, Shanghai Office, AECOM

As an international company, AECOM wishes to create an outstanding and positive impact at environmental, social, and governmental levels by advancing more effective global strategies and flexible office spaces to address the severe challenges posed by the epidemic.

Stephen Buckle, ASPECT Studios 工作室总监、创意总监


Stephen Buckle, Studio Director and Creative Lead at ASPECT Studios 

"President Xi proposes that China aims to achieve carbon neutrality by 2060 and will have a profound impact on all sectors of society in the coming decades. As landscape architects, we should be aware of the opportunities and challenges that come after this social-environmental revolution.



Zhang Shuyi, Principal, SWA

We are all facing a revolution during the pandemic period. We could take this opportunity to reflect on the present and also to look to the future.

夏源, Atkins,副董事


Xia Yuan, Associate, Atkins

In response to the challenges of the epidemic, Atkins has implemented a "digital future" strategy to address the many changes in the post-epidemic era through the use of digital transformation, program management, common data Eco-system, digital twins and many other technologies.


Q2: How will new technology, for example big data, and driverless vehicles affect our way to plan and design in the next 5 years? 



Qi Wei, Design Director of VanKe Shanghai Regional Wansheng Competence Center

"The city of the future will become the foundation of information technology, and the lives of individuals will become clearer and more transparent. The urban design industry model based on experience and human judgment in the past is bound to change in the era of big data. However, data and humanities are not simple substitutes to each other, but should be a kind of integration. Data can only record the history, but will not define our future, which still needs to be written by humanities."



Dong Nannan, Associate professor of Landscape Architecture Department, CAUP

"The intersection and collision of multiple disciplines in the era of big data has produced countless new tools, new thinking and new methods. Theoretically, big data will intermingle ecological, social and scientific aspects; and in practical applications, the use of tools such as GIS and BIM have also brought a revolution to the design industry."



Zhang Dou, Senior Associate, Sasaki

Advances in big data as well as autonomous vehicles have greatly impacted people's lives and will change urban morphology in the future. Advances in technology will enhance the efficiency of traffic operations and reduce road space. The freed spaces allow for more public space and provides more areas for outdoor activities, which has been the new trend as the epidemic being adapted."



Du Pengzhan, Planning and Design Director of Guangzhou Wanxi

"A localized high-density city with an efficient transportation system can create more open space and effectively reduce sprawling urban sprawl. In the future, undeveloped pristine landscapes and natural fabrics will probably be urban assets that are valued more than landmarks."


Q3: How would governments and companies coordinate in the process of collecting and using big data?



Du Pengzhan, Planning and Design Director of Guangzhou Wanxi

"As a national digital property, involving many secrets and privacy of big data, whether it can be shared between the government and enterprises, and to what extent, are issues that need to be urgently solved and defined. Relevant regulations and policies should be formulated as soon as possible to go to the status quo to define the collaboration issues between the government and enterprises in order to make big data truly available to the people."



Qi Wei, Design Director of VanKe Shanghai Regional Wansheng Competence Center

"Enterprises can focus on the process of big data from the following two aspects: first, enterprises should participate in the construction of urban planning and make a positive impact on the future urban planning. Second, it can be applied through district practices, such as building a big data framework within the enterprise campus and following controlled boundaries in the implementation process"


In our designs, the concepts of design with nature, resilience and sustainability are often mentioned, but in actual practice these ideas do not often come true due to many limitations such as policies and budgets. What do you think about that?



Du Pengzhan, Planning and Design Director of Guangzhou Wanxi

“Sustainable development should be a synergy of ecology, economy and politics, in which case, designers and developers should often shift their points to explore and promote related issues.”



Qi Wei, Design Director of VanKe Shanghai Regional Wansheng Competence Center

“It is crucial for the government, enterprises and academia to explore how to establish a sustainable development mode. But the priority is to find a balance instead of pushing too fast.”



 Chong Wang, Principal, Hassell

“Viewing from human’s perspective and creating spaces that people enjoy is always the principle that Hassell sticks to when facing real problems in practice.”



Hao Peichen, Associate, SWA

“Some localized design strategies are seemingly imperfect. Taking them and combining them with our design philosophy may also create fantastic landscape works. “



Sean Lin, Senior Associate, Hassell

“Sustainability is a long-term process. As landscape designers, we can see that many positive changes have already be in process, and that a shift in people's ideas and actions is on the way”




The epidemic has had a profound impact on the daily lives of all people. This sharing by designers from various companies dissects and discusses this topic on multiple levels. As practitioners of design and planning, we should take advantage of this opportunity to address the potential crisis and challenges together, while embracing the opportunities that come with it, and actively seeking positive optimization and change at the same time.


The Shanghai Landscape Forum will continue to focus on and discuss cutting-edge topics in the landscape industry, and to share and discuss topics on a regular basis. We look forward to your continued participation and interest. We also look forward to the opportunity to return to the offline format for the 2021 Forum, and to join the event with our industry partners again.


About Shanghai Landscape Forum

上海景观论坛(SLF)是由AECOM, SASAKI, SWA, SOM, ASPECT Studios, HASSELL, TLS,Gossamer,阿特金斯等多家国际性景观设计公司自发组成的委员会,定期开展的主题性景观行业分享盛会。自2017年起,上海景观论坛已在众多设计师的共同努力下,成功举办6届活动。委员会一直以“开拓新的实践,催化设计创新、影响政策变革;提升公众对于景观重要贡献的认识;倡导景观行业,使之汇入社会进步的主流推动力”为活动使命,不断尝试新的形式、探讨新的主题,希望以此提升景观行业的影响力,并推进行业的可持续发展。

Shanghai Landscape Forum is a themed landscape professional sharing event initiated by Sasaki, AECOM and SWA in 2017, with participation from SOM, ASPECT Studios, HASSELL, TLS, Gossamer and many other international landscape companies, the forum has grown rapidly. The forum is aimed to " pioneer new practices that result in design innovation and influence on policy transformation; raise public awareness of landscape architecture’s vital contribution, and advocate landscape architecture into the mainstream driving force for social progress", and to promote our profession and build a more sustainable tomorrow for the profession.


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