WLA 13 | Our latest magazine edition showcases 21 SMALL projects

April 29, 2014,AEDT

The 13th edition of WLA Magazine showcases 21 small scale projects from across the world. In this latest edition of WLA Magazine we feature an exciting range of projects of different scale projects from pocket gardens in Italy, pedestrian plazas in Sydney and Bangkok, a subtle walkway through the Australian | Read More

Plant Pavilion | Qingdao China | Weddle Landscape Design

April 29, 2014,AEDT

China’s first low energy glasshouse opens on 28 April 2014.  It is the main Plant Pavilion for the 2014 International Horticultural Exhibition in Qingdao and 15 million visitors are expected over a six month period.  With a floor area of 12,800 square meters, it will be the largest public display | Read More

Presidio Trust shortlists 5 firms for New Presidio Parkland

April 28, 2014,AEDT

The Presidio Trust, working with the Golden Gate National Parks Conservancy and the National Park Service, has invited five renowned design firms to develop conceptual design and programming for 10 acres of new parkland that will be created in the Presidio atop a dramatic bluff with panoramic Golden Gate views. | Read More

Quinta das Virtudes | Porto Portugal | Cláudio Folha and Filipe Silva

April 27, 2014,AEDT

The project “Quinta das Virtudes” was developed at an early stage by the following landscape architects: Cláudio Folha, Filipe Silva and Tiago Ortega in the context of the subject of Cultural Landscapes Project in the fourth year of Landscape Architecture course in the Faculty of Science of University of Porto in | Read More

Al Fayah Park | Abu Dhabi UAE | Heatherwick Studio

April 24, 2014,AEDT

Can you make a park out of the desert? The studio was asked to re-conceive a major piece of public land in Abu Dhabi. Following the rapid pace of the city’s recent development there was a desire to provide a local park as a public space devoted to the well-being | Read More

Kavel K | The Hague Netherlands | Carve

April 23, 2014,AEDT

‘Kavel K’ is situated on a triangular plot, boxed in by a railway track and a connecting road. It is a skating, sports- and youth facility which attracts a wide range of different user groups. The public space and the building are designed as a unity; the façade and the | Read More

Kardinaal Mercier Square | Jette Belgium | OMGEVING

April 22, 2014,AEDT

Kardinaal Mercier Square is to become the most important square in Jette, and it owes this status to its central position and its various key roles. The design is neutral with regard to motorised traffic, yet clearly prioritises the quality of the surroundings. The new square is intended to be | Read More

Jigsaw | Bondi Junction Australia | Waverly Council & Archrival

April 22, 2014,AEDT

Jigsaw is a three-dimensional mural artwork executed by a non-profit organisation called Archrival who unites the creative community by applying strategic practice and new thinking about ways to reshape modes of architecture and the design practice. Waverley Council engaged Archrival to design, construct and install the public art piece as | Read More

John Street | Toronto Canada | The Planning Partnership

April 21, 2014,AEDT

The John Street corridor is an important cultural link in the City of Toronto. It is home to a number of significant cultural and institutional buildings and serves as a main downtown link for pedestrians. The current public realm is inadequate to accommodate the high volume of pedestrian traffic, patios | Read More

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