Landscapeas a collective memory

Landscape Architecture integrate the perception of place into a historical continuum of art and culture, and bring people, society and human habitats closer to each other for a peaceful world.The change and transformation of time and space, elements and events creating identity and image,the natural-cultural-historical-heritage are the patterns and processes that make up the characteristics of our cities and our lands, of all the landscapes. Following, those patterns and processes constituting the landscape are attached to our memory as a layer in all the intermediate sections that are experienced, lived and to be lived in the future.Natural, cultural and historical legacies form the collective memory itself.One of the most important tasks of the landscape architects in this context should be to reveal the morphological changes and transformations in the cities and in the countryside, and to offer the methods that will enable the next generations to benefit. Natural, cultural and historical legacies form the collective memory itself.Memory is heritage...Memory is identity… Memory is history…From the perspective of natural, cultural and historical heritage, we see that the past has become commoditized. It is important to understand how natural, cultural and historical heritage have a vital impact on memory and identity structures. How far can our memories go back in time? How much we can carry our inherited legacies to the future? Can we protect our heritage? How can we carry the traces of the past to the present and the future

Winner of 1st prize in both categories A Conceptual Ideas and B Realised projects is Cemil Aktaş with two projects

- Börklüce MustafaMemorial and Surrounding area design Project

- Rusumat NO : 4 Design Project.

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