Lost Landscapes is LOLA Landscape Architects’ philosophy on Landscape, Leisure and Nature, the publication is part of the Maaskant Prize that Lola won. Next to the trade edition there is also a special edition where the sides are printed with photos of landscapes. The sides make for a sort of triptych/polyptych depicting the different aspects of the landscape that Lola distinguish.
In three chapters, LOLA takes three different paths from the city into the landscape of the 21st century: over Life Lines, along The Long Tail of Leisure, to end up dwelling through The Fat of the Land. LOLA landscape architects argue for innovative linear landscapes, cosmopolitan nature and landscapes in which human experience takes central stage.