Last year we started the annual outlook survey to gain insight into the year ahead for the landscape architecture industry outlook. This year we are running the same survey to gain see how our readers feel about the year ahead. Below is a quick 9 question survey that we hope we can get as many firms, practitioners, consultants and contractors from different countries around the world to give us their outlook for 2015. The survey will run until January 31 with results to be published in early February.
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The new tropical conservatory at the Botanical Gardens in Aarhus is like a drop of dew in its green surroundings. Sustainable design, new materials and advanced computer technology went into the creation of the hothouse’s organic form.
Continue reading Greenhouse in the Botanic Garden | University of Aarhus, Denmark | C.F. Møller Architects
The Department of Landscape Architecture at Penn State is announcing a call for the A.E. Bye/Landscape Architecture Archives Research Fellow for the academic year 2015–16.
The fellowship provides a $2,500 stipend for a minimum of one week of archival research in the Eberly Family Special Collections Library at Penn State’s University Park campus in State College, Pennsylvania. The complete archives (drawings, papers, photographs, and videos) of the celebrated twentieth-century American landscape architect A.E. Bye are held at Penn State (as well as those of landscape architects John Bracken and Stuart Mertz). Applications are due on or before Monday, March 2, 2015.
More Information on the Bye collection may be found at Penn State.
On the 8th January, Mr Paul Chan, Secretary for Development for Hong Kong, announced that out of 90 entries, the competition attracted more than 90 entries from Hong Kong, the Mainland and overseas. The Jury Panel of the Competition found that most of the entries could accommodate both the overall setting of the river and the peripheral development while the winning entries made use of simple and innovative design ideas to optimise space for public activities. Morphis won the international design competition for Kai Tak River with their The ‘Living Roots’ design concept.
Continue reading Morphis wins International Design Competition for Kai Tak River, Hong Kong
Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) is seeking Expressions of Interest from individuals, practices, schools of landscape architecture, or collaborative teams to take on the role of Celebration Creative to curate the year of activities for AILA’s 50th anniversary in 2016. The role of Celebration Creative is to curate the year of activities, adding an overall thematic continuity to the anniversary.
Continue reading Call for Celebration Creative for AILA`s 50th Anniversary