issue 30 / infrastructure / spring 2019

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Infrastructure is where the fields of landscape, architecture and engineering meet one another, often in support of ambitious projects realised through collective means. In the post-war period large-scale government schemes were narrated as feats of engineering and focussed on ideas of taming nature or overcoming great obstacles in the drive for progress.

CONTENTS

RE-TRIANGULATION (1935-62) : Philip Etchells

A LANDSCAPE FOR LIVING : Linda Ross

A NETWORK OF TRANSMITTER TOWERS : Elain Harwood

M62 : Kevin Crooks

POWER BOX : Mike Dring

THE CASE OF THE CEGB : Laura Coucill

THE POWER OF PROAZA : William Parnell

WILD LANDSCAPE : Luca Csepely-Knorr

THE SPACE BENEATH : Ray Newman

BRIDGE OF SPIES : Sarah Feeney

INDIAN DAMS : Awni Patni

(Published early April 2019)

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