Kerb 21 is looking for your support to help print our journal. Every contributor will receive an invitation to our August launch party plus more tokens of love to be announced. By helping student publication, you are fostering the voices of future design and the conviction that design has the potential to enrich the diversity of our urban landscape.
This year marks our 21st birthday edition of KERB - Journal of Landscape Architecture, and we are eager as ever to spread the word about our current topic, ‘Peripheral Processes: Adapted Modes of Practice’.
Kerb 21 adresses the impacts of global change. How can designers make their way in this unstable environment where their ways of processing research and procuring work must adapt to survive and become resilient to change. This journal acts as a guide for both students & practitioners to share their modes of design to create an exposition of responsive practice.
Kerb Journal is student run, multidisciplinary publication out of RMIT school of Architecture and Design, Melbourne, Australia. In the past Kerb Journal has received wide critical acclaim and been exhibited internationally in cities such as London, New York and Milan as part of the Archizines World Tour collection. Last years edition of Kerb featured NaJa & DeOstos, CLOUDS Architecture, Geoff Manaugh (BLDBLOG), Future Cities Lab, Liam Young and Sean Lally (WEATHERS) amongst others.
*Please note that the journal featured in the video is Kerb 20, as Kerb 21 is yet to be printed.
**Music featured on this video is Mo Kolours, 'Twelve' with kind permission of One-Handed Music.