In Masmo, in the outskirts of Stockholm, you will find one of Stockholm´s most spectacular subway entrances. An elongated mountain with cliffs and pine trees stands as a backdrop for a square where the entrance to the station is shaped as a concrete cassette pushed into the mountain hillside. Even though the presence of the mountain is prominent and majestic, it is barely visible in the everyday rush to the subway.
Continue reading Masmo Square | Stockholm Sweden | LAND Arkitektur AB
The winning competition project proposed to reveal, highlight and subtly upgrade an array of unique elements of urban and natural heritage in the nowadays image of the city. The new design aimed to increase representativeness and to create a good basis for a comprehensive revitalisation of public space.
Continue reading Kranj old city centre renewal | Kranj Slovenia | Luz, d.d.
Regenerating a city’s urban heartbeat can be fraught with fear, challenges and public uncertainty, however after two years in the planning, PLACE Design Group has given the Dee Why community good reason to celebrate with its Master Plan set to transform the centre by the sea into a revitalised and vibrant destination.
Continue reading Dee Why Town Centre Master Plan | Sydney Australia | PLACE Design Group
Designed by Pashek Associates, the fourth floor terrace of the Mario Lemieux Center for Blood Cancers offers a unique opportunity for an urban medical campus with limited green space. Located
in the Hillman Cancer Center at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, the 3,750 square foot terrace garden serves as a positive distraction for patients, before and during treatment, while taking precautions to prevent infections.
Continue reading Mario Lemieux Center for Blood Cancers Healing Garden | Pittsburgh USA | Pashek Associates
Gardens express and represent landscape in our urban environment. Typology, form and function are important components of garden design. Whether minimal, classical, informal, or productive, gardens inherently represent the relationship between man and nature. As we learn more about biophysical systems and ecological processes we are continuously challenged to revisit this relationship. In the project BEEhaviour, the garden becomes both an image and a system, providing a vehicle for education, productivity, exploration and imagination.
Continue reading Beehaviour | Festival Internacional de Xardíns de Allariz | LINT