Shohei Shigematsu OMA New York Video

February 22, 2009,AEST

Arch Daily interviewed Shohei Shigematsu of OMA New York office. Interesting video that we found through an interesting site called D A S which has some great information. Video SOURCE: OMA NY by Archdaily from david basulto on Vimeo. SOURCE: | Read More

Placing of new pedestrian bicycle bridge Twist – West 8

February 21, 2009,AEST

West 8 reports “Last Wednesday the new pedestrian bicycle bridge ‘The Twist’, designed by West 8, was placed at its final destination at the shores of the Vlaardingse Vaart in Vlaardingen, The Netherlands. The transportation and the lowering onto pilings | Read More

‘Best possible’ team for plan – Carrickfergus Today

February 18, 2009,AEST

Carrickfergus Today reports “THE architects appointed to draw up Carrick’s masterplan played a key role in the regeneration of Belfast’s Laganside area.The Paul Hogarth Company was involved in the redevelopment of five kilometres of waterfront between the harbour and Stranmillis, | Read More

Market Square Makeover Plans Unveiled – msnbc.com

February 18, 2009,AEST

msnbc.com reports “PITTSBURGH – In an effort to attract more visitors and businesses to Pittsburgh’s Market Square, the city is planning a makeover for the gathering spot.” SOURCE: msnbc.com – Market Square Makeover Plans Unveiled

Interview with M Paul Friedberg – Nepal News

February 17, 2009,AEST

Nepalnews.com reports “Landscape design helps people reconsider their inner selves and makes them feel mentally composed: M Paul Friedberg M. Paul Friedberg, 78, is an internationally renowned landscape architect based in New York. A fellow of the American Society of | Read More

Vondel Verses by Anouk Vogel and Johan Selbing

February 17, 2009,AEST

Dezeen reports “Landscape architect Anouk Vogel and architect Johan Selbing have won a competition to design new lighting and furniture for the Vondelpark in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. NEW PARK FURNITURE FOR A DUTCH NATIONAL HERITAGE The last jewels are added | Read More

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