In this book we will address the landscape project as a disciplinary field located at the confluence of three thematic axes or sources of mea-ning: the formal axis, the environmental axis, and the socio-functional axis. The exploration of these three axes of the landscape project will be conducted from a perspective linked to architecture, urbanism, and ecology, respectively. For each of these fields, the book collects a wide selection of examples of relevant works, combining international re-ferences with others of more local nature and deliberately seeking a diversity of contexts and scales. The perspective adopted, and the contents that are presented based on it, make this book the perfect complement to the book Landscape architecture: Form and matter, also published by the author at Edito-rial UPV. Together, the two books form a coherent body of contents in landscape architecture, which includes the basic conceptual materials, and aspects of formal definition and constructive materialisation. In this way, a general body of teaching resources is configured, both for an approach to the landscape from architecture studies and as a support for a deeper and more comprehensive study through postgraduate or master courses.