The Landscape Institute has opened for registration for Awards 2013. Eligible work must be completed during the ten year period to the end of June 2013 and must be the work of either an individual chartered member of the Landscape Institute or an office, department or section headed by a chartered member of the Institute. Entries of all sizes and types are welcome and will be considered for 14 different categories. Deadline for registering is Tuesday 30 April and entries cost £145 +VAT per entry.
Students can also enter work that was completed in the last 3 years Work completed during the three year period and must have successfully completed a course accredited by the Landscape Institute. It is free to enter the Student Awards.
For more information about the Awards, entry formats and entry conditions can be found at the Landscape Institute Awards 2013.
The students at Manchester School Of Architecture were given the challenge to design and build a pavilion for the gardens of Dunham Massey, a National Trust house in Cheshire. The Trust wanted a design that related to the history and surroundings of the house and garden, while remaining an attractive and exciting pavilion for visitors.
Continue reading STUDENT PROJECT | The Chime Pavilion | Manchester School Of Architecture Year 2 Students
shortlisted | erect architecture with J&L Gibbons
RIBA Vauxhall The Missing Link Design Competition received 100 Entries from 21 countries all over the world. Architects and Landscape Designers worldwide were asked to put their ‘High Line – High Level Thinking Caps on!’ to design the Public Realm and they did not disappoint.
Continue reading Vauxhall Missing Link Shortlist announced
The Wenying Lake reservoir, also known as the “Mother Lake”, is the most important water supply for the ancient city of Datong. With a massive increase in urban development since the 1980’s, the once plentiful lake waters have been depleted, draining the site not only of water, but natural ecosystems and beautiful scenery.
Continue reading Wenying Lake | Datong China | AECOM
A team led by Stoss Landscape Urbanism, including Höweler + Yoon Architecture, Nitsch Engineering, and Angie Cradock ScD, MPE has been selected as the winning design team for the Movement on Main: Designing the Healthy Main Street competition in Syracuse. The announcement was made Tuesday, April 15th by The Near Westside Initiative, in partnership with UPSTATE: A Center for Design, Research and Real Estate in the Syracuse University School of Architecture.
Continue reading Stoss Leads Design Team Selected for Movement on Main
The Kangan Institute Automotive Centre of Excellence in Melbourne’s Docklands is stage 2 of an innovative centre that houses skills training, education, research and display facilities for the automotive industry in Australia. The landscape design is influenced strongly by the bold geometries of the building as well as seeking to provide more intimate and human scale spaces.
Continue reading Kangan Institute Automotive Centre of Excellence | Melbourne Australia | ASPECT Studios
Henning Larsen Architects has been selected to design the European Spallation Source research centre. In a large international design contest, two winners were chosen: the concept by the Henning Larsen consortium, and the concept by the BIG/HOK consortium. In the end, HLA was selected to develop the final design.The ESS is Europe’s largest science current project. It will be the world-leading research facility for materials research and life science with neutrons.
Continue reading European Spallation Source | Lund Sweden | Henning Larsen Architects with SLA