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Sociologist Aaron Antonovsky’s Theory of Salutogenesis (1979) advanced the concept of salutogenesis as a juxtaposition to the concept of pathogenesis. The former focuses on factors that promote human health and well-being, while the latter focuses on what causes disease. It was found that people who find their environments manageable, develop a “Sense of Coherence” and are better able to sustain ...

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Design

CONVIC is the premier global youth facility and active space design and construction company based in Australia. Over the last 20 years, we have successfully designed and delivered active recreation facilities across the world that meet the needs and demands of local and global youth and community users.  Our passion, commitment, engaging approach, and extensive experience in delivering highly ...

People Moves

Miss Stephanie Lai is currently a Landscape Architect in the Development of Construction Branch of the Hong Kong Housing Authority. She is mainly responsible for HA’s public housing development projects throughout various stages from planning, design to construction. While putting much emphasis on different aspects of sustainability, site planning, project design, procurement, contracting, she ...

Opinion

As we look back on 2020, it’s obvious that it was a tough year for most communities around the world.  Even while we felt pretty insulated in Aotearoa from the worst that the COVID-19 pandemic bought to parts of the world, we have all been affected by interruptions to supply chains, limited ability to travel both internationally and domestically, and through the more direct impacts on our travel ...

Working Groups

IFLA APR award is reinvigorating the record of interviewing jurors and is accepting applications from interested candidates. We highly encourage landscape architecture faculties from around the region, at IFLA accredited programs, to nominate qualified academic administrators from their schools as volunteers.

People Moves

Like all other organizations that have been challenged by the pandemic, the Philippine Association of Landscape Architects (PALA) had to adapt to the changing situations while at the same time remain to be committed to its advocacies. PALA recognizes the important roles of the Landscape Architects in making our people be more resilient to the challenges being faced brought about by the ...

Opinion

As we usher in the new year, polarizing political views and tense geopolitical relations are an ever-present reality that is affecting public urban space morphology.

Design

Architecture Design and Research Group Ltd. (AD+RG) was founded by a group of individuals interested and concerned with the development of architectural excellence in Hong Kong and China. Members of AD+RG have actively involved in the last few years to connect the public with architecture. Committed to excellence in architecture and the ideal of a high-quality sustainable environment for the ...

Opinion

As we begin a new year it is tempting to see the change of date to 2021 as being a symbolic turning point to underscore the end of 2020 and beginning a bounce back from the globally devastating impacts of the coronavirus. However, it is clear that the effects of covid-19 are far from being under control in many parts of the globe and that we will need to continue to deal with the consequences of ...