Museum Chooses Landscape Architect

89.3 WFPL  reports

The Speed Art Museum has chosen a landscape architect for its expansion at the University of Louisville campus. The landscape architecture firm chosen is Reed Hilderbrand Associates of Massachusetts who will work with wHY Architecture of Los Angeles, which the museum chose in January……..The museum expects to break ground next year and complete construction by 2014

SOURCE: 89.3 WFPL | Museum Chooses Landscape Architect; Gets $5 million

Burj Dubai (World’s Tallest Tower) to open on December 2

The Times of India reports

The world’s tallest tower Burj Dubai will open this year on December 2, which is the UAE National
Day.

Mohammed Al-Abbar, Chairman of Emaar Properties, which is the developer of the project, said he was “shooting for UAE National Day”.

SOURCE: The Times of India – Burj Dubai to open on December 2

Bennetts’ New Street Square green wall lives on

Architects Journal reports

Teething issues with a wall of plants pictured at Bennetts Associates’ New Street Square office complex in central London have been addressed, says director Rab Bennetts.

He added that the wall has been replanted and will be ‘fine by next spring’.

read and see images at the SOURCE:  Architects JournalBennetts’ New Street Square green wall lives on

The future of landscape architecture – 27east

April Gonzales attended the ASLA conference in Chicago in September and gives a summary of the presentations she attend and a brief overview parts of Chicago she visited in comparison to Southhampton. read more

SOURCE: The future of landscape architecture – 27east

Northwest Design Review Panel announces affiliation with CABE

The Places Matter! Northwest Design Review Panel has joined with seven other regional design review services to affiliate with the Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment (CABE). This will create a national network of design review panels, providing all local planning authorities with access to independent practical design advice. The network (including CABE) will collectively review more than 800 schemes a year.

Affiliation means that there is an agreement defining shared values, a shared service, and a joint commitment to high standards in design review. It will ensure that the panels work more closely together, learning is shared, and a consistent service is provided to developers and planners across England.
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