BDP to prepare master plan for Károlyi project

The new master plan for the Károlyi István City Centre in Újpest will be completed this month, with the investor commissioning BDP, Europe’s largest architectural design studio, for the task.

Read more @ the SOURCE: Napi Online.

Neighborhood Greenness Has Long Term Positive Impact on Kids’ Health

In the first study to look at the effect of neighborhood greenness on inner city children’s weight over time, researchers from the Indiana University School of Medicine, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis and the University of Washington report that higher neighborhood greenness is associated with slower increases in children’s body mass over a two year period, regardless of residential density.

SOURCE: Indiana University – Neighborhood greenness has long term positive impact on kids’ health.

‘Brain city’ a student assignment – Queensland – BrisbaneTimes

A reported plan to build a massive research facility with 10,000 people at Pinjarra Hills, west of Brisbane, is simply a “hypothetical” exercise formulated by urban planning students at the University of Queensland.

SOURCE: BrisbaneTimes‘Brain city’ a student assignment – Queensland –

Brazil Hosts IFLA 46th World Congress

The Brazilian Association of Landscape Architects will host the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) 46th World Congress.

This major world-wide congress on landscape architecture will be held in Rio de Janeiro on October 21-23, 2009.

Register now for Early Bird prices – http://www.46ifla2009.com.br/

SOURCE: Dexigner – Brazil Hosts IFLA 46th World Congress

Inequality rising in Indian cities -The Hindu

“Indian cities are undergoing an inequality trend as a result of economic liberalisation and globalisation, says the State of the World’s Cities Report 2008/9: Harmonious Cities.

Read more @ the SOURCE: The Hindu : Front Page : Inequality rising in Indian cities.

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