The Triumph Pavilion at the Museum Gardens in Bethnal Green, London, next to the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Museum of Childhood coincides with the London Festival of
Architecture, is one of the main annual highlights of Pavilions in the capital during summer.
Nonscale, a Tokyo based Japanese practice were selected to design this year’s Pavilion with their unique proposal and contemporary interpretation of this year’s Triumph Pavilion theme of “Sky”. The theme posed an exciting prospect and one that aimed to inspire architects and designers to explore the 5th facade of most architectural building design projects.
Continue reading The Sky themed 2015 Triumph Pavilion | London, UK | Nonscale
In traditional Indian crafts, the iconography of the peacock was (and still is) used in the art of weaving exquisite Paithani sarees in a place called Paithan in Maharashtra, India. The iridescence of the peacock’s beautiful plumage is mirrored in the iridescence of these sarees, with the peacock graphics dominating its yard length. As a young Landscape design practice, we recently had the opportunity to design a landscape for clients who had their roots in this illustrious city of Paithan, and we automatically gravitated towards these two beautiful elements.
Continue reading The Iridescent Bāgh | Aurangabad, India | Bāghorama
This project is a parklet for downtown Las Vegas. Downtown Las Vegas is undergoing a renaissance. Businesses and people are moving back into downtown. A substantial challenge for downtown is the lack of park space. This parklet, to remain in place for a year or two, offers people a chance to relax outside and connect to nature in multiple ways.
Continue reading Carson Parklet connecting Las Vegans to nature in multiple ways
Peak Experience is an exciting installation by ATLAS Lab
that was created for the San Francisco Market Street Prototyping Festival – a 3 Day event that took place in April showcasing 50 prototype projects.
Drawing from the nearly 53 hills that frame San Francisco’s most diverse and engaging neighborhoods, Peak Experience reconceives the hills of San Francisco into a series of varying and undulating mounds that frame a mix of uses that promote the integration of play into traditional street models.
Continue reading Peak Experience | San Francisco, USA | ATLAS Lab
Landscape architects Grant Associates have designed The Forest of Imagination to transform Bath’s historic Queens Square into a temporary fantastical landscape and outdoor gallery for a four-day contemporary arts event in May 2015.
Continue reading Event | Forest of Imagination | 15-18 May 2015 | Bath, UK
Winner: First Prize | “Habitat Filter” by Drysdale Myers and Dow: Matt Drysdale, Matt Myers, Tim Dow
In 2015, CityLink are undertaking a project to transform an unused site, known as the Power Street Loop. Since the Loop’s creation in 2000, there has been significant residential and commercial development in the area and it has emerged as the city’s arts and cultural heart.
Through its thoughtful transformation, the site will positively contribute to the surrounding cultural landscape of the area.
Continue reading Winners announced for Power Street Loop ideas competition
Waller Creek runs through central Austin from Waterloo Park at 15th street, bisecting the UT campus and along the eastern edge of downtown terminating at Lady Bird Lake. In April of 2011, the City of Austin began the construction of a flood control tunnel along the 1.5 mile stretch of Waller Creek. Upon completion, the tunnel will remove 28 acres from the floodplain, protect the creek from erosion, and help clean the water. Visionary leaders saw the opportunity to catalyze on this investment and transform the 1.5 mile section of the creek into a chain of parks and connected trails. The organization leading the charge, the Waller Creek Conservancy, aims to involve the community in the revitalization of the Waller Creek urban area, which will be under construction for the next decade or more.
Continue reading Flow | Austin USA | Design Workshop