Landscape architect Kate Bridger outlines the latest thinking on landscaping newly-built developments and designing sustainable gardens.
SOURCE: icNewcastle – Making your garden grow sustainably.
The National Ready Mixed Concrete Association (NRMCA) and the Portland Cement Association (PCA) have once again combined efforts to offer the seminar Pervious Concrete – A Stormwater Solution in four additional cities in 2008. The seminar has been offered in 28 cities over the last two years. New seminars are scheduled for:
* November 18 – St. Louis
* December 5 – Boise, ID
* December 10 – San Francisco
* December 16 – Albuquerque, NM
SOURCE: Associated Construction Publications – Pervious Concrete Seminars Offer Solution to Stormwater Runoff – 8/14/2008 –
THE harmonisation of landscaping and the enhancing of street lighting are two essential aspects in environmental design that the Selangor state government can implement to help curb crime in residential areas, according to a Chinese association in Klang.
Read more @ the SOURCE: the star online – Creating an environment to foil crimes.
As part of the 11th International Architecture Exhibition “Out There: Architecture Beyond Building”, West 8 will participate in “Uneternal City. Thirty years after Roma interrotta”. This is a specific section in the Artiglierie dell’Arsenale dedicated to the city of Rome.
Together with eleven other Italian and international design studios West 8 was asked to re-imagine the City of Rome.
SOURCE: West 8 Urban Design & Landscape Architecture / news / West 8 participates in the 11th International Architecture Exhibition, Venice Italy.
More than 550 companies from across the world have registered their interest in an international design competition to create inspirational public spaces in six town centres in Lancashire.
The brief for Pennine Lancashire Squared will be launched this Friday (August 15) in Nelson, but the competition has already attracted interest from more than 40 countries, including China, Australia, India, Venezuela, Vietnam, Iran, Serbia and Peru. Further interest has come from Qatar, Norway, Jordan and Croatia.
Read more @ the SOURCE: Landscape Institute – More than 550 firms register their interest in international design competition.