BDP has won the masterplan competition for the New Hospital and New Psychiatry Bispebjerg in the northern part of Copenhagen, Denmark. The winning project divides the site into four quarters with a green park in the centre and allows space for the beautiful, heritage-listed pavilions and green gardens.
Continue reading Bispebjerg Hospital Masterplan | Copenhagen Denmark | BDP with TKT & Rambøll Danmark
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The 1.8 hectares of waterfront that is Pirrama Park began with community action which successfully prevented the State Government’s sale of this public land to residential developers. When the City of Sydney Council purchased the former Water Police site, what was a previously alienated and fenced-off post-industrial concrete slab became in time a richly varied urban waterfront parkland for the people of Sydney.
Continue reading Pirrama Park | Sydney Australia | ASPECT Studios
Considerably distant from the city center, the Koç School sprawled across its property without a master plan over time and thus was faced with the consequences of this expansion. Envisaged as the focal point of the campus, the pool building is designed as a pacesetter for the quality of future buildings and thus strives to contribute towards the architectural development of the campus.
Continue reading Koç Primary School Campus Indoor Swimming Pool | Istanbul Turkey | Ecarch & IND
Ljusarkitektur designed a new night-time lighting concept for a family-friendly 3.5-kilometre slope at the Swedish skiing resort of Åre. The project is called “In the Footsteps of the Giants,” and was developed with author Mathias Knave. It is based on old Nordic tales of giants and trolls.
Continue reading In the Footsteps of the Giants | Åre Sweden | Ljusarkitektur
Recently the plans for Copenhagen’s first climate adapted neighbourhood were presented to the public. The project’s visions to transform Saint Kjeld’s Quarter into Copenhagen’s greenest neighborhood are presented at a grand opening by Danish Environmental Minister, Ida Auken,
Continue reading First climate adapted neighborhood | Copenhagen Denmark | TREDJE NATUR
On Sunday, 23 September the NYC Parks & Recreation will open the 2,200-acre Fresh Kills Landfill for the third year to give a free sneak peek to the transformation into NYC’s biggest and most fascinating new park, on Staten Island’s west shore.
Put the event in your diary/smartphone for your sunday in the outdoors. Arrangements have been made for free shuttle buses from Staten Island Ferry so there is little stopping New Yorkers getting out to Fresh Kills for a Sneak Peak.
Continue reading Fresh Kills Sneak Peak 2012
During June this year a LED seesaw was placed by ENESS in Federation Square in Melbourne Australia with rows of light the respond to the tilt of the seesaw.
Continue reading A Tilt of Light | Melbourne Australia | ENESS