- Continuous productive urban landscape
Continuous productive urban landscape (CPUL) is an urban design concept integrating food growing into the design of cities through joining together existing open space and disused sites into a linear landscape that connects to the countryside. The term was first used by Bohn & Viljoen Architects in 2004 at a time when making the connection between food and the city was unusual.
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- Nishat Awan, Tatjana Schneider & Jeremy Till, 'Urban Farming', Spatial Agency, (2010); http://www.spatialagency.net/database/urban.farming.
- Katrin Bohn, André Viljoen, 'Continuous Productive Urban Landscape', Volume: After Zero, 8 (2008): 140–145.
- Nam Henderson, 'C.P.U.L.’s., Continuous Productive Landscapes', Thoughts on Everything under the Sun, (Oct 2009); http://namhenderson.wordpress.com/2009/10/21/c-p-u-l-s-continuous-productive-landscapes/
- Debra Solomon, 'Cultured and Landscaped Urban Agriculture', Volume: After Zero, 8 (2008): 132–137.
- André Viljoen, Katrin Bohn and Joe Howe, Continuous Productive Urban Landscapes: Designing Urban Agriculture for Sustainable Cities, (Oxford: Architectural Press, 2005).
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