Docklands Marina Park | Cork Ireland | OKRA

Docklands Marina Park | Cork Ireland | OKRA

Ireland’s first large scale urban wetlands and park surrounding a modern sports stadium, which it is hoped will act as a catalyst project for the redevelopment of Cork Docklands, has been awarded by Cork City Council to OKRA.

The winning concept design, led by the Dutch landscape architects OKRA in cooperation with the Irish landscape architects REDscape, took the City Council’s brief for the redevelopment of Marina Park to a new level and offers an exciting vision of dynamic landscapes and ecosystems tailored to a modern and developing city. The design concept includes a sequence of urban water gardens, watercourses and wetland areas that will recycle storm water from the adjacent docklands and create a sustainable environment for the new city park on the River Lee.

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Student Project | Art Landscape | Karan Maniar | Pratt Institute

How would you connect the Hudson River Park and the Highline? Karan Maniar has created a design using the art and architecture of landscape to join the two distinct landscapes. Utilising the mapping of a flag flying in the wind to create the form and interesting landscape. Watch the short 3 minute video to get a better insight into Karan Maniar project as part of M.S. Architecture this summer at Pratt Institute. Art as Landscape; Landscape as Art; Landscape as Architecture;

Art Landscape from Karan Maniar on Vimeo.

Pratt Institute, Summer 2012, M.S. Architecture
Studio: Philip Parker
Multimedia & Computer Methods: Christopher Kroner
Computer Media: Adv. Modeling: Robert Cervellione, Benjamin Martinson, Hart Marlow

Veennet – network of initiatives | Posad Spatial Strategies with MBDSO & Machiel Bakx

Veennet – network of initiatives | Posad Spatial Strategies with MBDSO & Machiel Bakx

Eo Wijers foundation organizes competitions every few years aiming to solve regional planning and landscape design issues in the Netherlands.  This year teams were asked to design strategies how to deal with population shrinkage in peripheral, on agriculture based areas in the north of the country.

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STUDENT PROJECT | TwentyEleven | Kibera Kenya | Chris Idema & Reinier Simons

TwentyEleven | Kibera Kenya | Chris Idema & Reinier Simons

Slowly but surely western influences are gathering ground in third world countries. It is important when trying to maintain the cultures of these countries that these influences from outside are integrated into existing structures with caution. Western modern-day architects have been active in this field from all over the world for years , Has their way of thinking changed over time or do they still rely on neocolonial views, modifying them for a continent like Africa?

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Dead Sea Development Zone Master Plan | Amman Jordan | Sasaki Associates

Dead Sea Development Zone Master Plan | Amman Jordan | Sasaki Associates
The Jordan Dead Sea Development Zone encompasses 40 square kilometers of land along the north and east coast of the Dead Sea. Over the past 15 years, the Kingdom of Jordan has focused on a balanced approach toward development and preservation in order to capitalize on increased tourism and to provide improvements to local existing communities. Sasaki was engaged to establish a detailed master plan as a sustainable framework for existing committed lands, future development parcels, infrastructure provisions, and natural resources protection.
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