Urban Omnibus » NYC Uncapped reports
Adrienne Cortez is a landscape architect whose work explores themes of urban sustainability and the use of existing infrastructure as a framework for deploying green technologies. Last year she received a New York State Council on the Arts Independent Projects grant to pursue research on that quintessential urban summer pastime of playing in the rushing waters ………..
to find more information go to the SOURCE: NYC:uncapped and Urban Omnibus » NYC Uncapped.
Found this information VIA David Pinter‘s post at PSFK – Landscape Architect Imagines Eco-Friendly Alternative to Hydrant Uncapping who found it VIA [pruned]
Today, the Mayor of London added 250 jobs to their graduate program although I couldn’t find a landscape architect job however the site gave great tools about the job market and how to approach it as a graduate.
Go to what can I do with my Landscape Architecture degree..?
SOURCE: Mayor of London | Helping graduates into work .
Malinda Seneviratne of the Sunday Island has written a great piece about Landscape Architects. She wrote the article after she met some landscape architects recently. Malinda interviews some practitioners, educators and the founding member of the recently formed Sri Lanka Institute of Landscape Architects.
An interesting article overall that gives a good insight into how Sri Lankans landscape architects and educators see landscape architecture.
Go to the article at Sunday Island – Landscape Architecture is not about pretty gardens, flowers and fountains
NEW PORT RICHEY – Railroad Square has been put on hold but the $1 million four-phased project but remains on schedule.
The Sun Coast News reports
David Crawley, URS Group‘s assistant vice president and manager of landscape architecture, who headed the first phase of Railroad Square development, said the company hopes to continue working on the project’s next phase.
SOURCE: The Sun Coast News – Railroad Square renovations to remain on hold until October
Times of Malta reports
City Gate’s regeneration will see 400 parking spaces lost, the investments ministry said, and not 2,000 as claimed by the Chamber of Small and Medium Enterprises, GRTU.
The plans by world-renowned architect Renzo Piano will do away with the parking spaces in St James Ditch and Freedom Square, Valletta, an issue of concern for Valletta shop owners and office workers
SOURCE: Times of Malta – Valletta to lose 400 parking spots to Renzo Piano’s plans