'Irish Landscape Forum '95'
ISBN: 0 9527835 0 9

Based on the proceedings of the First National Landscape Forum (June 1995), this 140 page publication, with colour illustrations, contains the nineteen papers presented at the Forum along with additional material relating to several of the papers and includes the discussion document 'The Case for a National Landscape Policy'.

Cost: 20 (plus p&p to addresses outside Ireland).

Described by Michael Viney in the Irish Times as: "...an impressive and lively document with flashes of real radicalism" and by 'Y' in 'In Times Eye' in the Irish Times as: "...a splendid publication... readable as bedamned".




'Irish Landscape Forum - The Second Landfall'
ISBN: 0 9527835 1 7

This 144 page publication, with colour illustrations, is based on the proceedings of the Second National Landscape Forum (May 1996), and contains the thirty-five papers presented at the Forum along with an additional paper on post-war reconstruction in Croatia and the discussion document 'Landscape Policy, The Why, The How, The Who of It!'.

Cost: 20 (plus p&p to addresses outside Ireland)


Writing in the Irish Times, Michael Viney had this to say: "...a fascinating publication... shows how remarkably well this event...has connected with the hearts and minds of people concerned with landscape quality...These different dynamics give an intellectual excitement to the Forum". 'Y' in 'In Times Eye' described it as "simmering with argument".




'Irish Landscape Forum - Through the Eye of the Artist'

ISBN 0 9527835 2 5

This 188 page publication follows in the footsteps of the previous two published proceedings of the National Landscape Forum, with the thirty nine papers presented at the third Landscape Forum (in June 1997). along with supplementary material describing the two exhibitions held at the Forum - the French Landscape Photographic Observatory Exhibition and the Urbicide Sarajevo Exhibition.

Cost 20 (plus p & p to addresses outside Ireland).

Michael Viney's description of this publication in the Irish Times called it "...full of arresting insight and opinion", and of one of the speakers: "...his passion leaps off the page".