City celebrates new environmentally friendly parking lot –

May 25, 2008,AEDT

The team behind an environmentally sensitive parking lot at Gulley Park hopes it example for developers and builders, encouraging them to use stormwater management practices that protect water quality rather than harm it. The city of Fayetteville partnered with the Uni- will be an versity of Arkansas Department of Landscape | Read More

M.T.A. Approves a New Deal to Build at West Side Yards –

May 24, 2008,AEDT

The Metropolitan Transportation Authority unanimously approved a tentative billion-dollar deal with the Related Companies on Thursday to build a 26-acre, $15 billion enclave of office towers, residential buildings and parks over the West Side railyards. As a result, the transportation authority will negotiate a formal contract with Related, and its | Read More

$30m for Punggol Waterfront Town

May 23, 2008,AEDT

THE Government will spend about $30 million to develop key features of the new Punggol Waterfront Town..Most of that amount will go towards the man-made, 4.2-km Punggol Waterway, which will be constructed next year — $25 million will be spent on landscape and architectural development, not including infrastructure costs such | Read More

Landscape Institute launch website to abate LA shortage

May 19, 2008,AEDT

The Landscape Institute has launched a new clean graphic site with stunning images of landscape architecture projects to try to show students and people thinking about a possible career change the great profession of landscape architecture. The site – I Want To Be A Landscape Architect  is up and running with support from CABE | Read More


May 18, 2008,AEDT

Hargreaves Associates has been selected as Lead Designer for Phase One of New Orleans’ Reinventing the Crescent, as part of the team chosen by the New Orleans Building Corporation. New Orleans-based Eskew+Dumez+Ripple is Prime and Executive Architect, for the $116,935,000 budget, with three distinct areas of focus distributed along 4.5 | Read More

Students Win 2010 Landscape Design Competition

May 18, 2008,AEDT

Two students have won the 2010 Green Goal Mouille Point Student Landscape Design competition for designing a safe, spacious and aesthetic inner city park and recreation area head of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This comes after landscape design and architectural students from the University of Cape Town (UCT) and | Read More

Campuses maintain arboretums for the benefit of all

May 18, 2008,AEDT

Walk around the peaceful, grassy campuses of local colleges and universities and you’ll see an interesting mix of modern construction and some of the oldest living relics in the region. In between the brick and mortar structures, you’ll find stately trees — some of which date back almost two centuries | Read More

City’s Signature Roof – Vancouver Sun

May 18, 2008,AEDT

At the moment, the grandest and most ethically ambitious architecture in the city — the green, living roof of the new convention centre — resembles a hair plug job. There’s a lot of bald up there. It’s sparse, but growth proceeds. They started planting it two weeks ago, and crews | Read More

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