Schmidt Hammer Lassen is working on the masterplan for an 481,000m2 eco-town, named EcoBay, overlooking the Baltic Sea near Tallinn in Estonia, to house 6,000 people.
Read more @ the SOURCE: Schmidt Hammer Lassen masterplans eco-town for Estonia – Building.co.uk
The Mayor, Boris Johnson has this week launched the London Planning Awards and is calling for planners, developers and architects to enter projects that display industry excellence and will positively impact the capital for decades to come.
read more @ the SOURCE: 24dash.com – Boris Johnson searches for timeless designs » Communities »
East Hampshire District Council appointed planning and landscape design consultancy EDAW is to work on a proposed Eco-town in Whitehill Bordon.
SOURCE: Propertyweek.com Edaw appointed to advise on Whitehill Bordon eco town – Property Week.
“The Pentagon memorial will be inaugurated today 7 years after 9/11. This memorial is the result of a competition won by KBAS Studio, who worked closely with the familiars of the victims. Pre fabrication and computer modelling where vital on the design and construction process of this memorial.”
For pictures of the memorial and its construction go to Arch Daily designed by KBAS Studio
Read more @ the SOURCE: Pentagon Memorial / KBAS Studio | Arch Daily.
Peter Morrison says industry must lose its “old boy’s club” image
The architectural industry is dominated by white middle aged men and needs to shed its “old boy’s club” image, according to the head of one of the largest architectural firms in the UK.
Peter Morrison, chief executive of RMJM, said the profession should become more open to women and people from black and ethnic minority groups.
Read more @ the SOURCE: Building.co.uk – RMJM boss: architecture dominated by white middle aged men
Oklahoma has a unique history that differentiates it from any other state in the nation. Oklahoma’s newest earthen architectural landform, the “Central Promontory Mound” located at the American Indian Cultural Center & Museum (AICCM) is rising proudly on the Oklahoma River. Strategically positioned at the intersection of I-35 and I-40, east of downtown Oklahoma City, the AICCM will celebrate the remarkable continuation of culture and innovation that is prevalent throughout the state. SOURCE: Native Biz
For current pictures see Native Biz
and for contruction stage images see AICCM
Project Landscape Architects –Hargreaves
SOURCE: Hargreaves News.