|The Collaborative Landscape Wiki is a project to create a free, up-to-date, reliable and expandable knowledge base and collaborative environment for landscape architecture and urbanism research, teaching and practice. Case studies, precedents, practice information, digital technologies and any information applicable to a collaborative methodology of design are welcome. Every page on this site is editable; add items and update content as appropriate.
So far we have 756 case studies and other articles. Check out the Help page to see how you can edit any page. Want to participate but don't know where to start? Check out our wanted pages for pages needing content, or use a template to create a new page in one of our categories.
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