Winner unveiled for Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition

November 29, 2016,AEDT

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) and Van Alen Institute unveiled LOT’s Flatiron Sky-Line, the winner of the Flatiron Public Plaza Holiday Design Competition, the third annual competition of its kind, which called for proposals from New York City designers for a temporary installation in the heart of | Read More

Student Project | Hortus Inversus – Activating a Non-Space

November 28, 2016,AEDT

Today the esplanade in front of the European Parliament in Brussels is more of a non-space than a connecting axis or an enjoyable place to stay. The square seems to be searching for an identity it never has had, due to the lack of interaction between open and built space. | Read More

Landscape Institute announces 2016 Awards winners

November 25, 2016,AEDT

TACP Landscape Architects has won the prestigious President’s Award at the Landscape Institute’s annual awards today, Thursday 24 November, for its Green Infrastructure Action Plan for Pollinators in South East Wales. The plan will support and inspire landscape projects on public land to redress the decline in biodiversity and provide | Read More

The inaugural WLA Awards launched

November 23, 2016,AEDT

It is with great excitement we launch the inaugural WLA Awards. Over many years we have published thousands of projects online and in WLA Magazine and we thought that it was time to launch our own awards to honour landscape architects around the world for their outstanding work. The annual World Landscape | Read More

Waterloo Rebosante | Philadelphia, USA | Roofmeadow

November 21, 2016,AEDT

When the Philadelphia-based Community Design Collaborative debuted its second international INFILL competition “PlaySpace,” featuring nature play as a theme, Roofmeadow, Studio Ludo and Space for Childhood combined efforts to participate. Three years ago, Roofmeadow’s team won the first INFILL competition, which featured cutting-edge stormwater-management innovations. The Waterloo Recreation Center, one | Read More

The Thick City Pavilion | Chicago, USA | PORT

November 18, 2016,AEDT

PORT’s 2015 Chicago Ideas Week Artist in Residence Proposal—The Thick City Pavilion—looks to engage the history, status and future of Chicago’s urban form by calling attention to the layered stack of infrastructural strata upon which the city rises. By challenging the conventional notion of Chicago as “flat,” we look to | Read More

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