PARK+ | Auckland, New Zealand | LandLAB

May 3, 2017,AEDT

LandLAB’s vision is to sensitively and adaptively re-use 254 Ponsonby Road’s existing structures and features to create a unique, hybrid open space and destination that captures the urbanity, spiritand sense of place of Ponsonby.     PARK+ weaves together the street (urban) and park (green) to re-program the site through the fluid | Read More

Shore to Core Design Competition winner announced

April 30, 2017,AEDT

Van Alen Institute and the West Palm Beach Community Redevelopment Agency (WPB CRA) recently announced Open Shore by Ecosistema Urbano as the winning proposal for the Shore to Core waterfront design competition. The Shore to Core competition invited international designers, planners and architects to envision what the future of the | Read More

TCL creating social spaces at Monash University

April 28, 2017,AEDT

  Contemporary universities are becoming microcosms of our cities.Open spaces are now being developed not as decorative foregrounds to buildings but to host staff, students and the wider community in myriad ways; whether it is meeting, studying, playing, exercising, partying, dining, promenading or escaping. These are social spaces serving increasing | Read More

Landscape Architects need to push for more credit

April 11, 2017,AEDT

Throughout the past 10 years of publishing World Landscape and WLA Magazine there has been numerous times when I have been requested to change a credit or add a credit for an architect or a consultant on a project. Sometimes this is due to the landscape firm forgetting to add | Read More

The Landscape Spaces of Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital

April 3, 2017,AEDT

During 2011, we joined the design team of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital, a 200 bed specialist paediatric and academic tertiary referral hospital. This hospital envisioned by Nelson Mandela, relied solely on donor funding raised by the Nelson Mandela Children’s Fund. Construction was completed in May 2016 and the interior | Read More

Sunqiao Urban Agricultural District | Shanghai, China | Sasaki

March 26, 2017,AEDT

Shanghai is home to nearly 24 million people. That’s a lot of mouths to feed. But over the last two decades, China has lost over 123,000 square kilometers of farmland to urbanization—a land area equivalent to nearly the entire state of Iowa. Of the arable land that remains, it is | Read More

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