With a contemporary understanding of public space, we propose a hierarchy of road systems that significantly reduces vehicle mobility in order to increase areas of planting. Thus the area creates an equilibrium between architecture and environment. With the exception of the central promenade, the whole area is given to terrain | Read More
The four finalist teams of the Memorials of the Future design competition have been selected. The finalists will move to the next stage that includes working with competition partners to develop site-specific for the memorials in Washinton, D.C., USA. The teams’ proposals are expected to “advance a framework for the | Read More
Located in the heart of South Yarra in Melbourne, the Ilk apartments have been designed to create a sense of community. The project presented an opportunity to create a series of landscapes for residents including a garden walk and two recreational podiums with a variety of residents’ amenities.
Glenelg Foreshore Playspace has transformed a trip to the beach into an adventure that entertains children in new, imaginative and innovative ways. Promoting principles of nature play and risk‐benefit, the playspace integrates opportunities for children with physical, sensory, cognitive and intellectual disabilities.
Part of the Van Alen Spring Festival, Disruption?, the L Train Shutdown Charrette invited teams to “disrupt” the complex process of public transportation improvement. The one-day charrette offered an opportunity for fresh thinking, allowing for interdisciplinary teams to imagine systemic design solutions for hundreds of thousands of New Yorkers during | Read More
The Daiichi project site is located 40 miles outside of Tokyo in a small, quiet town surrounded by rice fields, coastlines, and mountains. The company aimed to improve working conditions for their employees and to make manifest the company’s commitment to a healthy environment. In order to fulfill their building | Read More
In the 1950s, 60s and 70s almost all Amsterdam city parks, including Oosterpark, have had playful additions designed by the famous Dutch architect Aldo van Eyck. Employed by the Municipality of Amsterdam, Van Eyck designed more than 700 public play zones between 1947 and 1978. They illustrate his vision on | Read More
James Corner Field Operations will be the lead designer and landscape architect for over 15 acres of additional Riverfront Park space and walkways in Newark, bringing the total size of the city’s only public access to the Passaic River waterfront to well over 31 acres.
Ctrl+Space has announced the Warsaw Sports Park competition which is open to all students and professionals of areas related to Architecture, individually or in group up to 4 members.
The City of Los Angeles selects the team lead by Mia Lehrer + Associates (MLA) to design a new public park at First and Broadway for the City’s Department of Recreation and Parks, and soon to be one of the most important civic spaces in the city’s vibrant downtown core. | Read More