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    Landscape Urbanists are interested in adaptation, processes, and flows, with their work drawing from the lexicon of complexity sciences.

    A large body of contemporary landscape design thinking tries to understand how designs can be less about making things, and more about stewarding processes that create a 'fit' between the intervention and the context. Landscape Urbanists advancing these techniques draw a large portion of their vocabulary from the lexicon of complex adaptive systems theory.

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    Complex Systems can unfold in multiple trajectories. However, there may be trajectories that are more stable or 'fit'. Such states are considered 'attractor states'.

    Complex Adaptive Systems do not obey predictable, linear trajectories. They are "Sensitive to Initial Conditions", whereby small changes in these conditions can lead the system to unfold in entirely unexpected ways. That said, some of these 'potential unfoldings' are more likely to occur than others. We can think of these as 'attractor states' to which a system - out of all possible states - will tend to gravitate. Learn more →
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