WRITINGS JUSUCK KOH
ECOLOGICAL / ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN, AESTHETICS, THEORY
“Articulating Landscape Urbanism – Ten Defining Characteristics”. In: Landscape Urbanism and its Discontent: Dissimulating the Sustainable City. Andres Duany and Emily Talen, eds. 2013.
“Research through designing” in Landscape Architecture. In: Landscape and Urban Planning (Co-author with I. Duchardt and S. Lenzhoelzer). Forthcoming 2013.
“Integrated Visions (Part I): Methodological Framework for Long-term Regional Design”. In: European Planning Studies, V.20 N.2. 2012. pp 305-319. (Co-author with S. Stremke)
“Quality Jump by Design - Dutch Planning, Policy and Practices and their Implication to 21st Century Urban Korea”. Research for Korean Institute of Human Settlement (KRIHS), Anyang. 2012
“Dutch Spatial Development Strategy for urban Network Vitalization –Urban Network, Randstad Holland, and Strategies to Enhance Competitiveness”. Research for Korean Institute of Human Settlement (KRIHS), Anyang. 2012
“Exergy Landscapes: Exploration of Second Law of Thermodynamics Thinking Towards Sustainable Landscape Design”. In: International Journal of Exergy, 8, 148-174. 2011. (Co-author with S. Stremke and A. van den Dobbelsteen.)
“Integration of ecological and thermodynamic concepts in the design of sustainable energy landscapes”. In: Landscape Journal, 30, 194-213. 2011. (Co-author with S. Stremke.)
“Field Aesthetics for Landscape Architecture, Integrating Science and Art, and The West and The East”. In: C. Dee, K. Gill and A. Jorgensen (Eds.), Ethetics/Aesthetics ECLAS 2011, Sheffield, (pp.289-290). Sheffield: University of Sheffield. 2011.
“Design – Research Integration in Landscape Architecture, A Wageningen Experience”. In: Design Research Conference. Eindhoven: TU Eindhoven. 2010.
“Immersed in Microclimatic Space: Microclimate experience and perception of spatial configurations in Dutch squares”. In: Landscape and Urban Planning, 2010, 95, pp1-15. (Co-author with S. Lenzholzer)
“A Design Approach to Research and A Landscape Approach to Design”. In: H. Achten, B. de Vries and P. J. Stappers eds. Design Research in the Netherlands 2010, pp 91-100. TU Eindhoven.
“Ecological Concepts And Strategies With Relevance to Energy-Conscious Spatial Planning and Design”. In: Environment and Planning B: Planning and Design 37(3), 518-532, 2009. (Co-author with S. Stremke).
“Landschapsarchitektuur en kultureel erfgoed”. In: A. v.v. Zande and R. During (Eds.) Erfgoed en Ruimtelijk Planning, pp109-132. Den Haag: Sdu Uitgevers BV. 2009. (Co-author with R.v. Etteger and S.Slabbers).
“Seeking an Integrative Aesthetics for Sustainable Design”. In: Gimme Shelter: Global Discourses in Aesthetics. Proceedings International Conference by International Association of Aesthetics and Dutch Aesthetics Federation. Amsterdam. October 2009.
“Integrative Aesthetics for Sustainable Design”. In: J. Fruechtl and C. Jacobs (Eds.), Gimme Shelter: Global Discourses in Aesthetics. International Association of Aesthetics, Amsterdam. 2009
“Articulating Landscape Urbanism: 10 Characteristics”. In: S. Kahtouni, L.M. Costa and P.Pellegrino Eds. Green Infrastructure: High Performance Landscapes. Proceedings, Annual Meeting of International Federation of Landscape Architects, Rio de Janeiro:ABAP. 2009.
“Case-study South East Drenthe (Part 2)”. In: S. Broersma and A.v.d. Dobbelsteen (Eds.) Energy Transition in South East Drenthe. Delft: TU Delft. (Co-author with S. Stremke). 2009.
“Sustainable Energy Transition: properties and constraints of regenerative systems with respect to Spatial Planning and Design”. In; M. Verhoeven and M. Fremouw (Eds.) Book of Abstracts SASBE 2009, 3rd CIB international conference on Smart and Sustainable Built Environments. Delft: University of Technology. 2009. (Co-author, S. Stremke)
“Shifting Core and Slipping Foundation: an uncertain future for landscape architecture in European universities”. In: Landscape and Ruins. A. Ghersi and F. Mazzino Eds. p44-49. Proceedings, Annual Conference of European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools, Genoa. 2009
“Case-study South Limburg: Four Regional Energy Visions”. In: S. Broersma and A.v.d. Dobbelsteen (Eds.) Energy transition in south Limburg. SREX 2008.1.pp 63-106. Delft: TU Delft, Faculty of Architecture, Climate Design & Sustainability. (Co-author with S. Stremke). 2008.
“Dreijen Regeneration Study: Professional Academy 2007”. Wageningen: Wageningen University. (Co-author with S. Lenzholzer and E.G. v.d.Meer). 2008.
“Case-study South Limburg: Scenario framework and regional survey.” In: N. Karst Karel ed. Towards Scenario South Limburg, pp 1-65. SREX 2007.2. Groningen: Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. 2008. (Co-author with S. Stremke). 2008.
“Methodology integrated energy visions and case-study South East Drenthe (part 1)”. In: S. Broersma and A.v.d. Dobbelsteen (Eds.) Towards Low-Exergy South East Drenthe. 2008.2. Delft: Delft University of Technology. (Co-author with S. Stremke)
“Truth of Water and Aesthetics of Transformation” in Wybe Kuitert ed. Transforming with Water, Proceedings of World Congress of International Federation of Landscape Architects), 290-292,Amsterdam: Techne Press, 2008.
“Landscape Approach to Design and Eco-poetic Approach to Landscape” in Ingrid Sarlov Herlin ed. New Landscapes, New Lives, p.12, (Proceedings of 20th Annual Meeting of European Council of Landscape Architecture Schools), Alnarp: Swedish University of Agricultural sciences, 2008.
“Global Challenges and Landscape Approach to Urban and Regional Design, with Special reference to the Netherlands and Korea” In: Proceedings of International Symposium of Global challenges and Territorial Development Strategies, p.53-95 Korea Research Institute of Human Settlement, 2008.
“Energy-Conscious Regional Design: Synergy between Ecosystem Thinking and Spatial Planning”. In: Proceedings of Annual Meeting of Passive and Low Energy Architecture(PLEA), p227-233, Dublin, Ireland, 2008. (with S. Stremke)
“In the Netherlands the Eye Thinks: In Praise of Ordinary Landscape” in Chinese Journal of Landscape Architecture, 2008.5. p 45-52, Beijing:Beijing Forestry University.
“Recent Trends and Emerging Issues in Dutch Territorial Design” in Planning and Policy Journal (2008.8), p.42-6, Korea Research Institute of Human Settlement.
"Culture-revelatory Design - Landscape/Spatial Design and Landscape as Culture" (in: Ons Eerfgoed en Ruimtelijke Planning. Van der Zandt, Andre ed.. Sdu Uitgevers, forthcoming 2008).
"Landscape is What; Landscape is How - A Landscape Approach to Contemporary Urbanism" Presentation to International and Interdisciplinary Symposium 'Articulating Landscape Urbanism'. Wageningen University. May 2007. (Landscape Journal, forthcoming).
"Landscape is What; Landscape is How - A Landscape Approach to Contemporary Urbanism" Presentation to International and Interdisciplinary Symposium 'Articulating Landscape Urbanism'. Wageningen University. May 2007. (Landscape Journal, forthcoming)
"Architecture, Human Settlement, and Landscape: Toward an Integrative Theory and Practice" Invited Lecture, Catholic University Leuven, November 2007
"Why are the Netherlands so beautiful? - Landscape and Land Art"
Keynote Presentation, EURO LAND ART 2010 Symposium, October 2007, (together with Anemone Beck), Invited Artists, website
"Ecological Infrastructure: Enabling Landscape Urbanism"
Presentation at World Congress of the International Association of Landscape Ecologists (IALE), Wageningen, July 2007. Publication in: IALE Proceedings, 2007,
"What is Landscape Urbanism: 10 Defining Characteristics",
Presentation to ‘State of the Art' Lecture Series, Wageningen University. April 2007
"Klimaatbeleid: Struisvogel of stofzuiger?"
Cobouw, 1 Februari, 2007 (coauthored with Rob Roggema and Andy van den Dobbelsteen)
"Klimaatverandering verdient centrale positie in het nieuwe regeerakkord"
Cobouw, 28 November, 2006 (coauthored with Rob Roggema and Andy van den Dobbelsteen)
"Investeer in gebieden die klimaatbestendig zijn"
Cobouw, 24 November, 2006 (coauthored with Rob Roggema and Andy van den Dobbelsteen)
in: Genius Loci (Topos), Wageningen University, 2006
"Dreaming of the Postmodern Polder"
Essay in connection with the 2nd International Biennale of Architecture, Rotterdam, Biennale Website, 2006
"Modernity and Environmentalism in Landscape Architecture"
Presentation, University of Massachusetts, Department of Landscape Architecture and Planning, February 2006
"What do you mean? How do you know?"
Presentation to WUR Alumni Organization Forum, Wageningen, 10 May, 2006
"Parks, People and City"
in: TOPOS, International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design, June 2006, (coauthored with Anemone Beck), Website
"Ecological Reasoning and Architectural Imagination"
Inauguration Lecture, Wageningen University, November 2004. (English/Dutch) ISBN 90-75271-00-X. Wageningen: Uitgeverij Blauwdruk. 2005 Order on website
"The Energetic Strategy for Ecosystem Development and Urban and Regional Spatial Restructuring and Regeneration" in: van Dam, Fons and Klaas Jan Noorman eds. Grounds for Change - Bridging Energy Planning and Spatial Design Strategies. pp 28-37. Energy Valley of the Netherlands, 2005
"PKB-participation procedure: consensus building system in the national project"
(HSL-Zuid Rapid Transit Development), Korean Research Institute on Human Settlement 2005 (coauthored with Jungyoon Kim) (in Korean)
"Ecological Design - A New Post-modern Design Paradigm of Holistic Philosophy and Evolutionary Ethics" in: Topos, pp 10-13. Wageningen University, 2005
"Recovery of Landscape and Discovery of Landscape Urbanism"
Landscape Architecture and Planning State of the Art Lecture Series, Wageningen University, 2004
"Poetics of Water and Landscape Design"
Landscape Architecture and Planning State of the Art Lecture Series, Wageningen University, 2003
"From Civil Engineering to Civil Architecture: A Call for Sustainable Urban Design"
keynote presentation, Proceedings: International Symposium on the 50th Anniversary of the Korean Civil Engineering Society, Seoul, 2001
"Ecological Architecture and Korean Aesthetics"
Keynote Speech to New Millennium World Congress of Environmental Design, Seoul, 2000
"Green Design: the Past, Present and Future"
New Millennium World Congress on Environmental Design, November 2000, Seoul
"A Call for Sustainable and Humane Urban Housing"
China Housing 2000 Second Working Meeting, Seoul October 2000
"Ecological Architecture and Korean Aesthetics"
International Symposium Proceedings: Community and Environment, sponsored by Korean Society of Architecture and Korean Institute of Architecture,1999)
"Call for an Ecological and Humane Urban Design with Special Reference to Pusan City and Korean Social Reality"
Keynote Presentation to Year of Architecture Symposium of Pusan City, 1999), Proceedings, (Korean)
"Transforming Formalist Design into Ecological Design"
Journal of the Korean Institute of Architecture, December 1998, pp 47-54, (Korean)
"Jazz of Architecture and Landscape (a contemporary house and garden in Seoul)"
Environment and Landscape Architecture of Korea, December 1998, (Korean)
"What is Good Architecture?"
PLUS (November 1998, pp 40-41) (Korean)
"Quality of Life and Environmental Design in Macro-Perspective: Proposing Ecological Aesthetics and Evolutionary Creativity"
in: H.S. Lee, eds. Quality of Life and Environmental Design, Yonsei University Press (1998, pp 431-451), (Korean)
"Ecological Architecture as Authentic Architecture"
Collection of Articles and Lectures, Published by Minae-sa (Future Study Group) Here/Now Journal, Special Edition, (Fall 1997), (Korean)
"Ecological Architecture as Form of De-architecture"
Architect, Magazine of the Korea Institute of Architecture (November 1997, pp 20-33), (Korean)
"Korean Urban Housing from an Ecological Perspective"
In: Our Urban Housing: Looking In and Looking Out, Yongmaru Series No.5 (1995, pp 109-115), (Korean)
"Why and How of Ecological Architecture in Industrialized Korea"
in: A Vision of Architecture in the 2000's: Green and Global Architecture, International Symposium Proceedings, Architectural Institute of Korea (1995, pp 59-63), (Korean)
"Economy and Aesthetics in Architecture"
SPACE (August 1991, pp 130-135), (Korean)
"Health and Architectural Aesthetics"
SPACE (April 1991), (Korean)
"The Crisis of Western Culture and the End of Modern Architecture"
SPACE, (March 1991), (Korean)
"Formalism in Architecture: Its Origin and Limitation"
SPACE, (January-February, 1991), (Korean)
Landscape Journal, (Fall, 1988, pp 177-191)
"De-Construction and Environmental Perspective in Architecture"
(Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, SW and SE Regional Meeting, 1989)
"Chaos, De-construction and Ecological Design: Beyond Design with Nature"
(Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, West Central Regional Meeting, 1989)
"The Gap Between Architecture and Landscape: Symptoms, Causes and Cures"
Annual Meeting of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture (August, 1987) Rhode Island School of Design
"Ecological Architecture: A School of Thought Built Upon Holistic and Evolutionary Aesthetics"
Southwest Regional Meeting of Association of Collegiate School of Architecture, University of Houston (January, 1987)
"An Ecological Aesthetics: A Holistic and Evolutionary Aesthetics for Post-modern Environmental Design"
The XV World Congress of the International Union of Architects, Cairo, Egypt (January, 1985)
"Aesthetic Premises of Modernism and Post-Modernism in Architecture and Significances of Emerging Alternatives"
in: Stephen Klein and others, Environmental Change/Social Change, Proceedings of the 10th International Conference of Environmental Design Research Association, New York (June 1985)
"Ecological Aesthetics: A Synthesis of Phenomenological Aesthetics and Ecological Design"
In: Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Southwest Regional Meeting, (1984)
"Ecological Architecture: An Alternative to Modern Architecture Bringing Energy/ Resource Concerns into Architectural Theory and Aesthetics"
In: Proceedings of the Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture Annual Meeting, Charleston, South Carolina, (1984)
"Ecological Architecture: A Holistic, Evolutionary Paradigm of Architectural Design and Aesthetics Built Upon Energy and Environmental Concerns"
In: Proceedings, International Conference of Passive and Low Energy Architecture, Mexico City, (1984)
"Design for Fantasy and Fantasy for Design: Using Fantasy and Dreams for Symbolism and Creativity in Environmental Design"
14th Annual Meeting of the Environmental Design Research Association, University of Nebraska (1983)
"An Ecological Theory of Form, Evolutionary Principles of Design"
Architectural Values and World Issues, Proceedings of ACSA Annual Meeting, Santa Fe, New Mexico, (April 1983)
"Ecological Design: A Post-Modern Design Paradigm of Holistic Philosophy and Evolutionary Ethic"
Landscape Journal, (Fall, 1982, v.1, n.1, pp 76-84)
"Towards an Ecological and Evolutionary Theory of Cultural Landscape"
CELA Annual Meeting, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (1982)
"Design for Fantasy, Fantasy for Design"
Georgia Landscape, (November 1981), University of Georgia, School of Environmental Design
"A Theoretical Synthesis of Behavioral Science and Environmental Design"
in: 12th Annual Meeting of the Environmental Design Research Association, (1981), University of Iowa
"An Ecological Theory of Form, Evolutionary Principles of Design: Toward a New Architecture of Environmentalism"
Design Methods and Theories, (1981, v.15, n.1, pp 12-26)
"Role and Importance of Theoretical Research in Environmental Design"
in: Proceedings of the 1980 Annual Meeting of the Council of Educators in Landscape Architecture, (1980), University of Wisconsin
"Ecology and Design, with Special Reference to the Urbanization of Coastal Zone Ecosystems"
at Southeast Regional Meeting, Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture, Hampton, Virginia (October, 1980)
"An Ecological Theory of Architecture"
New Arts Georgia, (1980 v.2, n.3, 1980 pp.9~10)
"Trends of Contemporary American Architecture, and the Present and Prospect of Korean Architecture" SPACE, n.143, (May, 1979, pp.35~40), (Korean)
An Ecological Theory of Architecture, Ph. D. Dissertation, University of Pennsylvania (Advisors: Ian L. McHarg, G. Holmes Perkins, and Jon T. Lang), Ann Arbor: University Microfilm (1978)