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The S-Line is a modern streetcar set in an abandoned 2-mile long freight corridor. It extends from the existing light rail station in South Salt Lake, through a diverse community of existing neighborhoods, to Salt Lake City’s Sugar House Business District.
Continue reading Sugar House S-Line Streetcar and Greenway | Salt Lake City, Utah | CRSA
Lachlan’s Line Pedestrian & Cycle Bridge by KI Studio in cooperation with Arup consultant engineers, for UrbanGrowth, Sydney, Australia. | Image Credit – Virtual Ideas
World Landscape Architecture is happy to announce that KI Studio has joined World Landscape Architecture as a partner for 2016. We are thankful for their support and enjoy welcoming new partners who assist us to continue publishing great landscape architecture projects and news from across the world.
KI Studio is a multi-disciplinary design studio which practices integrated Urban Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture and Urban Planning in Australia and overseas. Their broad interdisciplinary focus on a variety of urban, landscape, and architectural projects with a strong focus on the cultural and natural environment, allows KI Studio to draw from a widespread expertise and experience to deliver uniquely integrated solutions to complex planning projects, facilitating a vision to be created that engages people.
A key focus in the resolution of projects is the identification of a site specific response and synthesis of the design elements to deliver innovative and distinct solutions that respect the uniqueness of the site, are environmentally responsible and that reinforce the sense of place and identity.
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Cities with park systems designed by historic visionaries are endowed with a legacy of generous, well-connected open spaces. Designers behind some of America’s greatest urban park systems imagined the squares, rings, and axes of green space for the people of major metropolises. However, they could hardly anticipate the ensuing demographic changes, financial challenges, and environmental concerns that would impact the role these spaces play in contemporary city life. Emerald Networks: Reviving the Legacy of City Parks explores how cities are innovating within historic park visions to meet contemporary needs.
Continue reading Emerald Networks | Sasaki Associates research initiative examining planned park systems in six cities
Kiryat Sefer Park is one of the last remaining open spaces in the densely populated center of Tel Aviv. In the mid-1990s, the lot which had previously served as a police garage became vacant and plans for the construction of a high-rise residential complex in its place began. These plans sparked a 15 year long community campaign advocating for an ecological and democratic public park. In 2010 this campaign achieved its goal when the municipality decided to build a public park instead of the housing project.
Continue reading Kiryat Sefer Park – a “Hidden Treasure” in Tel Aviv, Israel
WLA Magazine puts out the call for submissions for edition 24. This edition is unthemed and is open to submissions of built and unbuilt (conceptual) landscape architecture work. We are looking for the best work from around the world that provides our readers with a diverse range of projects. Previous submissions include urban plazas, parks, playgrounds, art installations (sculptural, lighting, temporary works and popups), gardens, retail development, roof gardens, wetlands, masterplanning documents, landscape urbanism and many more. We welcome designers and firms to submit their works by February 5 (11:59pm Honolulu time).
For more information about how to submit your landscape architecture work…..
Continue reading WLA Magazine | Call for Submissions
The territory of Iglesias, its mines and its extraordinary historical and cultural heritage is a landscape perfectly suited to tourism, not mass tourism but tourism able to bring about lasting changes to produce economic answers capable of recreating permanent identities in a new landscape.
Continue reading Landscape Process. Tourism of identity for the Mines of Iglesiente | Prof. Arch. Valerio Alberto Morabito
Mountain landscapes have been subjected to a relentless conflict between conservative-picturesque attitudes and economic exploitation approaches. The project proposes a strategy that understands the river as a water-sediment management machine that choreographs newly manufactured riparian landscapes in order to put forward a decision-making mechanism to face the conflicting perspectives with existing social formations.
Continue reading STUDENT PROJECT | The Riparian Land-Shaping Machine | Eugenio Da Rin, Josine Lambert