Shortlisted Designs for the development of Queens Wharf

September 30, 2009,AEDT

The Winners for the Queens Wharf Competition in Auckland, New Zealand has been announced after thorough evaluation and assessment, five designs have been selected from the 237 original entries. The Finalists Design number 024 – Andrius Gedgaudas, Architect, Shanghai China. Design | Read More

Landscape changes slated for I-90 in downtown Spokane

September 30, 2009,AEDT

The Washington State Department of Transportation will make some changes on I-90 in downtown Spokane to enhance safety. On I-90 between Division Street and the Hamilton Interchange, the Department will remove trees that have grown too large over the years | Read More

Charlotte Uptown eyes 2020 vision

September 30, 2009,AEDT

Charlotte Business Journal reports On Tuesday, leaders from the uptown organization unveiled their consultants, led by California planner MIG. A mix of national and local firms will help put together the 2020 Vision Plan, with a final version expected next | Read More

America’s national parks face challenges

September 30, 2009,AEDT

Christian Science Monitor reports Finding money to restore and repair the parks won’t be easy during the current fiscal crisis. But delaying will only raise the cost. “It’s just like your house. If you don’t do that routine maintenance, you’re | Read More

Brisbane City Council wins award

September 24, 2009,AEDT

North-West News repotrs Brisbane City Council has won the 2009 Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (Qld) Award for Design Excellence.Lord Mayor Campbell Newman’s $24 million Brisbane Foreshore Parklands Project beat 40 other entries across the private and public sectors across | Read More

Design Competition to Replace Hook of Maui

September 24, 2009,AEDT

Wellington City reports A competition will be rerun to design a gateway sculpture for the northern entrance to Wellington City following the decision by Wellington City Council and the Wellington Sculpture Trust not to pursue the Hook of Maui and | Read More

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