2017 in Review – May

December 23, 2017,AEST

May saw the launch of the Global Street Design guide and most viewed posts included MVRDV completes Seoullo – Seoul’s Skygarden Snøhetta`s redesign doubles the amount of public space at Times Square The Figure-Ground of Cities by Nadia Amoroso

The fight for public space at Federation Square

December 22, 2017,AEST

Recently the Victorian Government announced that the Yarra Building in Federation Square which currently accommodates the Koorie Heritage Trust is set to be demolished to make way for an Apple Global Flagship Store. The public backlash from the community was | Read More

2017 in Review | February

December 20, 2017,AEST

Most view projects in February included: The David Braley and Nancy Gordon Rock Garden at the Royal Botanical Gardens | Janet Rosenberg & Studio Inc. Qingdao World Financial Centre | ASPECT Studios Monash University Caulfield Campus Green | TCL

Sydney’s George Street reopens for Christmas

December 15, 2017,AEST

    Sydneysiders have had an early Christmas present this year – their first taste of what the all-new George Street will look like when the CBD and South East Light Rail is complete. Two city blocks along George Street have been re-opened to the | Read More

Support WLA in 2018

December 14, 2017,AEST

World Landscape Architecture has been publishing projects, news, competition and jobs for over 10 years. We provide a great resource for our readers and we hope that you can support us through becoming a WLA Supporter, Partner or Sponsor. When | Read More

POLA wins Lindenhofplatz Mannheim competition

December 14, 2017,AEST

The Lindenhofplatz in Mannheim completes the essential building block in the Lindenhof district in the southwest of the city. Since 2001, this new neighborhood has been under construction with office buildings, residential buildings, and the new technical city hall. As | Read More

Dovers Commonwealth War Memorial

December 12, 2017,AEST

With years of austerity and the nibbling away at the professions territory, the UK can sometimes seem a hard place to find worthwhile projects to undertake as a landscape architect. One UK practice, craft:pegg, has scored a significant success by | Read More

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