Food security is a pressing issue on the African continent, and one in which landscape architects, and related disciplines, can play a significant role.
In Africa, indigenous knowledge is a significant resource that landscape architects can access to create culturally relevant and sustainable design solutions.
For healthy landscapes to be restorative and resilient they must be planned, designed, and managed by bringing together a wide range of planning disciplines.
Certain landscapes, natural or man-made, evoke deeply profound thoughts and feelings, and can alter the way we understand ‘place’.
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.