WLA – our new landscape architecture quarterly

June 28, 2011,AEDT

WLA is a new quarterly landscape architecture digital zine. WLA provides the opportunity for firms, designers, educators and students to present their ideas and projects on the international stage. WLA encourages the distribution of information and knowledge to everyone across | Read More

Winners announced for Monument Circle Ideas Competition

June 22, 2011,AEDT

Monument Circle, with the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument as its centerpiece, is already an extraordinary place.  It ranks among the world’s most unique, spectacular and treasured public spaces.   The Monument Circle Ideas Competition was conducted to generate bold | Read More

President’s Park South Designs Unveiled

June 21, 2011,AEDT

Today, the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) unveiled the designs for President’s Park South in Washington D.C.. The five architecture and landscape architecture firms including Hood Design Studio, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Rogers Marvel Architects, and SASAKI were | Read More

Urban Physic Garden pops-up for the community

June 20, 2011,AEDT

This summer the designers of the Union Street Urban Orchard will return to 100 Union Street, Southwark in London to transform a derelict site into the Urban Physic Garden, a pop-up community built garden celebrating medicinal plants, which will host an on-site cafe | Read More

Craiglinn Underpass | Cumbernauld Scotland | Bigg Design

June 15, 2011,AEDT

North Lanarkshire Council commissioned Bigg Design and Zero-Waste Design to deliver an exciting project that saw the regeneration of an underpass in Cumbernauld with stunning lighting and mural designs. Working with local school pupils and engaging with members of the | Read More

High Line Stage 2 Opens

June 8, 2011,AEDT

The Stage 2 section of the Highline designed by James Corner Field Operations with Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Piet Oudolf, and Buro Happold has opened to the public. The opening of the new section doubles the length of the public park. After | Read More

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