Christine Dalnoky. The slow rhythm of landscape

Ángel Cordero Ampuero, Ana Esteban Maluenda

Abstract

This paper is displayed like a journey across the work of Christine Dalnoky, key referent for contemporary landscape architecture. Taking part of the critical movement towards a new landscape architecture focused on memory recovering of the site –in contrast with architectonical theories focused on program–, the analysis is presented as a crossing between ideological positions, spatial dialectic and prevalence or rhythms, in coherence with her personal evolution. Christine Dalnoky biography is divided in two periods: first settled in Paris and identified with her association from 1988 with Michel Desvignes; second moved to a little town in Provence, where she founded a new practices with Patrick Solvet. This radical removal from metropolis is shown in parallel with her projects development, in special with this of Parque del Agua in Zaragoza, where slow rhythm of landscape is imposed definitely over urban agitation.

Keywords

Landscape Architecture; Architecture; Urbanism; Urban Design; Landscape

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.14198/fem.2018.32.05





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