| Malene Hauxner|
January 18, 2012
| Open to the Sky: The Second Phase of the Modern Breakthrough 1950-1970 ; Building and Landscape, Spaces and Works, City Landscape|2003 Nykredit Architecture Prize
Malene Hauxner Wikipedia
Malene Hauxner (1942 – 18 January 2012) was a landscape architect, author and educator and professor of Theory, Method and History at KVL, Denmark. Hauxner enjoyed a reputation as an unrivalled analyst of landscape architecture in the context of the breakthrough and subsequent transformations of modernism. Her first book Fantasiens Have was published in 1993 considers the early modernist breakthrough from the 1930s while her book Open to the Sky (in Danish as Med himlen som loft) published in 2000 took modernism through its second breakthrough between 1950 and 1970. A third volume is anticipated covering the period 1970 to the 1990s. Since 2005, Hauxner has been the driving force behind the symposia, World in Denmark which brings together academics and practitioners of international standing in fields related to landscape architecture.
Third book: SUPERNATUR