2017 International Garden Festival exhibits revealed

July 31, 2017,AEDT

Playsages is the theme for the 18th edition of the International Garden Festival, “Playsages” is a play on words (play + paysages), “paysage” is the word for landscape in French. Whether you are a child or an adult with a sense of play, the “Playsages” offered by this year’s Festival | Read More

Steve Schutt | Hansen Partnership | Director | Landscape Architecture

July 18, 2017,AEDT

Recently WLA sat down with Steve Schutt for a WLA landscape architect profile. Steve is a registered landscape architect with extensive experience in Australia and internationally. He is skilled and experienced in the delivery of a broad array of projects across the fields of public domain design, residential landscapes, educational | Read More

WLA Magazine – Awards edition out now

July 11, 2017,AEDT

The latest edition of the WLA Magazine has been published showcasing the 2017 WLA Award winners and a selection of the shortlisted entries. The awards received a wide number of entries from across the world and this edition allows readers to learn more about the winning projects. Purchase your digital | Read More

World Architecture Festival Awards shortlist announced

July 7, 2017,AEDT

The World Architecture Festival celebrates its tenth edition in Berlin in November this year, with the 2017 awards programme receiving more entries than ever before – 924, increasing by 18% from the 2016 awards. The awards shortlist revealed today is a truly international collection, extending to include architectural practices from | Read More

Kayak Club | Caen, France | Inessa Hansch & Michel Desvigne

July 7, 2017,AEDT

Encircled by the Saint-Pierre basin, the maritime canal and the Victor-Hugo channel, the future Palais de Justice and the Alexis-de-Tocqueville library stand on the 11 hectares of a former wasteland at the far end of the Caen Peninsula. The development of this section of the city was envisaged as a | Read More

Radbahn | A journey from Zoo to Oberbaumbrücke in Berlin

July 4, 2017,AEDT

Radbahn will transform the forgotten space along Berlin’s famous U1 elevated subway line into a major urban thoroughfare and create a space for contemporary mobility, innovation and leisure. A journey from Zoo to Oberbaumbrücke Radbahn runs through a city that is constantly changing. It is therefore logical that a number | Read More

Ideas Competition | The Cambridge to Oxford Connection

July 3, 2017,AEDT

The corridor that spans Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Northampton and Oxford defines one of the most productive and fastest-growing knowledge networks in the United Kingdom. It is home to 3.3 million people and hosts some of the country’s most successful cities, as well as world-leading universities, knowledge-intensive high-tech firms and highly-skilled | Read More

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