Nature’s Playground is a fantastic new exhibit at the Adelaide Zoo that connects children, parents and carers to nature through play. Nature’s Playground reflects the values, aspirations and philosophies of Adelaide Zoo regarding social inclusion, education and the need to foster an understanding of the natural world in everyone.
Continue reading Adelaide Zoo – Nature’s Playground | Adelaide, Australia | WAX Design with Phillips Pilkington Architects
Rewilding the Gardiner Expressway, a multimedia exhibition of video, images and sound, illustrates an imaginary walk underneath the Gardiner Expressway in Toronto from Dan Leckie Way to Cherry Street. In this imaginary, the viewer travels following the Gardiner, and simultaneously takes a walk along Leslie Street Spit through its wilderness. The spaces under the Gardiner are left to rewild through the action of the water, bringing a lake experience closer to the city, and a wild aesthetic to the urban realm.
Continue reading Rewilding the Gardiner Expressway to be exhibited throughout May
The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) recently to announced that Cornelia Hahn Oberlander, O.C., MBCSLA, FCSLA, FASLA, has been selected by the jury as the inaugural recipient of the Governor General’s Medal in Landscape Architecture.
Continue reading Cornelia Hahn Oberlander honored with the Inaugural Governor General’s Medal in Landscape Architecture
World Landscape Architecture is proud to publish the latest edition of WLA Magazine edition 25. We have selected 14 projects from around the world including projects from James Corner Field Operations, TOPOTEK1, ATLAS LAB, ARM + TCL, Kinnear Landscape Architects, Rios Clementi Hale Studios and many more including the Award winning Lansdowne Park from PFS Studio.
WLA 25 projects are built and conceptual urban projects giving us an insight into recent past projects and a look into the future. You can purchase WLA 25 for $3.99USD or subscribe for $20 per year
The park Skeppsmyreparken was built in the 30´s. Over the years, the park has become rundown and the trees are being outdated. In the new version of Skeppsmyreparken, a park with a classic character is established with tree plantings, open lawns and pathways of stone dust.
Continue reading Skeppsmyreparken | Stockholm, Sweden | LAND Arkitektur
The project was created to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Constitution of Kuwait. Al Amiri Diwan, the government agency, decided to build a park in Kuwait City to host the monument “The Constitution,” which shows the path to democracy of the State of Kuwait.
Continue reading Constitution Garden shows the path to democracy of the State of Kuwait
Teleki Square is located in Budapest’s centre’s socially most diverse and colorful areas, in one of the city’s most disadvantaged neighbourhoods. Following a successful EU tender for funding the renovation of the square, an inclusive community-based planning process was initiated that would result in what was once a barren, ill-reputed, crime-ridden and functionless space becoming a vital neighbourhood centre.
Continue reading The community-based reinvention of Teleki Square, Budapest