Go Cycle Portsmouth Road | Kingston Upon Thames, UK | Atkins

November 22, 2017,AEDT

Go Cycle Portsmouth Road is a truly transformational scheme for Kingston. It has opened up a much-loved but tired and deteriorating part of the Thames in Kingston through the conversion of Portsmouth Road into an amicable environment for pedestrians and cyclists of all ages and proficiencies whilst retaining its function | Read More

2018 WLA Awards – Call for Submissions

November 19, 2017,AEDT

Following on from the successful 2017 WLA Awards, World Landscape Architecture is opening the Call for Submissions for the 2018 WLA Awards. The annual World Landscape Architecture Awards seeks to honour landscape architects around the world for their outstanding work and promote the profession across the world. The Awards endeavour to recognise | Read More

Urban modular | Tetovo, Macedonia | MELEEM Skopje

November 17, 2017,AEDT

Urban modular is an urban intervention in public park in city of Tetovo, Macedonia. The small park is programmed with a diverse activities (sports field, kids swings, benches) for different age groups and it is very much used by the citizens but it is in neglected conditions. The urban modular | Read More

Onyx | Bangkok Thailand | Shma

November 16, 2017,AEDT

Onyx is situated at one of Bangkok’s busiest neighborhood next to the main busy road and surrounded by congested building blocks. “Passage” is the concept aims to create a unique journey through various transitional spaces between the city and the project. Between exterior and interior space. This transitional space helps | Read More

Landscape Architects Leading the Charge for Climate Action

November 14, 2017,AEDT

On October 20th, 2017 at the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA – Martha Schwartz, Principal of Martha Schwartz Partners and Pamela Conrad, Associate with CMG Landscape Architecture based out of San Francisco, CA urged the landscape architecture community to actively contribute to reversing | Read More

Urban SOS® 2017: hOUR City finalists announced

November 13, 2017,AEDT

AECOM and Van Alen Institute, with 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, today announced four finalists for Urban SOS® 2017: hOUR City, a global student ideas competition that challenged multidisciplinary teams to connect more people in regions around the world to the opportunities found in contemporary cities. | Read More

Multifunctional city space wins Danish Landscape Architecture Award 2017

November 10, 2017,AEDT

The urban plaza in front of the golden Library and Cultural house in Copenhagen’s Northwest Quarter wins Danish Landscape Architecture Award 2017. The project design team includes Schønherr, COBE and TRANSFORM, with Grontmij as engineer, Malmos A/S as Developer with the municipality of Copenhagen as client. The urban plaza in | Read More

Beyond the Centreline Ideas Competition

November 9, 2017,AEDT

Fisher Brothers today announced the launch of a privately-funded design competition created to solicit bold ideas to re-envision and enliven the traditional traffic medians of the Park Avenue commercial district between 46th and 57th Streets. While Park Avenue remains one of the world’s iconic commercial boulevards, identifiable in part by | Read More

Innovative approaches bringing history to life in the Boston Seaport

November 9, 2017,AEDT

Boston stands as a city known for its rich history, dynamic pioneering spirit, and forward-looking approach to innovation, which presents prime opportunities to incorporate these elements into its public space. The Seaport neighborhood’s newest landscape amenity extolls the interaction of education, engagement, and inspiration in an innovative approach to the | Read More

Call For Submissions – GROUND UP Issue 07

November 8, 2017,AEDT

GROUND UP, the student-run landscape architecture journal of the University of California, Berkeley and is calling for submissions for ISSUE 07. Ours is a time of bleak reports: our shorelines flooded and receding, our lives globally connected yet increasingly divided, and our human rights worn thin. Consequence seems to precipitate | Read More

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