|aNew energies :|bland art generator initiative, Copenhagen /|c[edited by Robert Ferry and Elizabeth Monoian].
|aLand art generator initiative, Copenhagen
|a238 p. :|bill. (chiefly col.) ;|c24 x 29 cm
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aLAGI 2014 design guidelines -- The glowing island / Annette Skov -- Energy as alien / Laura Watts and Brit Ross Winthereik -- The human approach to sustainability / Trine Plambech, Johanne Mose Entwistle, and Liselott Stenfeldt -- Danish wind power / Peter Karn涪 -- Working together / Chris Fremantle -- Visual art and the ecological challenge : about some of the first creators and their influence / Else Marie Bukdahl -- Generating futures : LAGI as an Imaginatorium / Lea Schick and Anne Sophie Witzke -- Winning entries -- Shortlisted entries -- Selected entries -- Green cities, Denmark LAGI 2014 partners.
|aFounded in 2009, the Land Art Generator Initiative, or LAGI, was created to encourage the design and construction of public art installations that have the added benefit of utility-scale clean energy generation. The biennial competition, which receives submissions from around the world, is this year being held in Copenhagen, Denmark - a city that is moving towards carbon neutral status by 2025. The design site is a manmade island in Copenhagen's harbour that is rich in history and possesses stunning views. Fifty of the best entries for the competition are profiled in this volume in detailed spreads that include illustrations, photographs and profiles of those involved in the planning and design. Essays explore the role of creativity in the conception of our new energy landscapes. As LAGI's global reputation expands, this biennial competition and the accompanying volume will help pave the way for innovative strategies for achieving worldwide sustainability.--|cSource other than Library of Congress.
內容簡介top New Energies 簡介 The top entries from the 2014 Land Art Generator Initiative competition are profiled in this volume that brings together innovative work from architects, scientists, landscape architects, artists, and engineers engaged in the innovation of art and clean energy. Essays explore the role of creativity in the conception of our new energy landscapes. As LAGI's global reputation expands, this biennial competition and the accompanying volume will help pave the way for innovative strategies for achieving worldwide sustainability.