Editorial Panel:

AJLA is guided by an Editorial Panel drawn from IFLA member countries in Africa, currently composed of the following professionals and academics:

Graham Young
Mr
Graham Young
South Africa
PrLArch BL, ML
Chairman, Co-editor
Bernard Oberholzer
Mr
Bernard Oberholzer
South Africa
PrLArch, BArch, MLA
Co-editor
Aziza Busser
Ms
Aziza Busser
Ethiopia
BSc (Arch&Pl.), MSc (EnvP&LD), PhD Candidate
Dennis Karanja
Dr
Dennis Karanja
Kenya
BA, ML, PhD
Ida Breed
Dr
Ida Breed
South Africa
PrLArch BL, M(des), PhD
Carey Duncan
Ms
Carey Duncan
Morocco
PrLArch, MRTPI, BSc(TRP), MRP, MLA
Tunji Adejumo
Prof
Tunji Adejumo
Nigeria
BSc, MLa, PhD

About AJLA

The African Journal of Landscape Architecture (AJLA) came about because of a perceived need for an authoritative journal on landscape architecture that can serve the profession as well as the needs of academia. AJLA is the official journal of IFLA Africa and is committed to stimulating content that promotes an extensive understanding of the field of landscape architecture across the African continent.

Mission of the Journal

AJLA is an e-journal to facilitate broad circulation among all interested parties, and notably the member associations of IFLA Africa, the mission being:

  • to promote and enhance the education and practice of landscape architecture, with an emphasis on Africa;
  • to provide critical discourse and relevant research, with opportunities for both general and peer-reviewed articles;
  • to be cross-disciplinary, encouraging dialogue with related disciplines;
  • to promote the purpose, aims and ambition of the African Landscape Convention.

The African Journal of Landscape Architecture is curated by the Editorial Panel. All articles, papers and opinions are contributed by guest authors and do not necessarily represent the view of the curators nor IFLA Africa.

Call for Submissions

AJLA Issue 0
3
titled
Edible Landscapes
is now open for submissions.
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