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A conversation between two landscape architects about plants, soil and the future of our cities. A special interview that first appeared in the A/W 2021 issue of TLmag36: All Is Landscape, guest curated by Bas Smets.

For the A/W 2020 TLmag34 – Precious: A Geology of Being, Tracy Lynn Chemaly reported on four innovative architectural firms using traditional clay bricks in pioneering architectural projects. Economical, environmentally stable, and aesthetically eye-catching, it’s time to put this material back in the spotlight.

The Mingei International Museum in San Diego, California, re-opened its doors to the public in September 2021 after an extensive 3-year renovation led by architect Jennifer Luce, principal of Luce et studio. With its dynamic, welcoming space & contemporary vision, the museum shines a light on the beauty of craft and the handmade.

In 2019, colour advisor Giulio Ridolfo visited the remote Fogo Island where he created a bespoke colour chart and a collection of knitted accessories for the new Fogo Island Workshop brand. Anniina Koivu, guest editor of TLmag35: Tactile / Textile / Texture, wrote about this experience for our S/S 2021 issue.