We like to invite you to submit a one-page outline/extended abstract for papers to be published in the upcoming issue SPOOL LANDSCAPE METROPOLIS # 7:
Circular Water Stories
What can we learn from traditional water systems in terms of the interaction and engagement between people, water, and the (urban)landscape when building resilient and valuable water landscapes for the future?
We are interested in contributions that investigate traditional water systems as a source of inspiration for today’s challenges:
- How can we combine decentral and central water management systems to gain awareness of the circularity of water?
- How can today's water design stimulate the integration of flora, fauna, and people?
- How can designers spatially express all kinds of functions water can have?
SPOOL is a peer-reviewed open-access journal in architecture and the built environment indexed in Google Scholar, DOAJ and in Scopus. For the time being, we do not charge a fee to be published.Read more about Call for abstracts: Circular Water Stories