2011 Project Review | April – June

April

Woodland Discovery Playground at Shelby Farms Park | James Corner Field Operations
Woodland Discovery Playground at Shelby Farms Park | James Corner Field Operations

S√úDLICHE LOHM√úHLENINSEL, BERLIN | Rehwaldt Landschaftsarchitekten

STUDENT PROJECT: Rejuvenating Brentford | Helen Allen

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2011 Projects Review | January-March

We have published some great projects from around the world during from small scale projects to large scale urban design and its that time of year to review some of the great projects from 2011. We start with projects from January through to March.

January

WEST 8 | Grand Opening Miami Beach SoundScape / Lincoln Park

Gustafson Porter win Valencia Parque Central competition

University Square | Ben-Gurion University | Israel | Chyutin Architects

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Crow Wood Playscape | Cheshire UK | Davies White Landscape Architects

Crow Wood Playscape | Cheshire UK | Davies White Landscape Architects

Davies White Landscape Architects gained national recognition for their Crow Wood Playscape in Cheshire when they won a Landscape Institute Design Award earlier this year. The project sits in the historic National Trust woodland estate at Lyme Park in Cheshire and is now open all year round.

Their Playscape design approach is an innovative way to encourage children to create their own play and shape it within and around the natural landscape. Crow Wood Playscape features a bespoke tree house, interconnecting timber and rope walkways, giant willow eggs, two tunnels, a wide slide and huge badger set.

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Washington Square Plaza | San Francisco | estudioOCA

Washington Square Plaza | San Francisco | estudioOCA

Seating ribbon and public lawn at the metro entrance.

This study for the treatment of the future subway extension to North Beach takes into consideration the historic value of the neighborhood and existing park, and attempts to create an improved pedestrian experience while minimizing the impact on the community. The proposed plaza replaces a small, inaccessible landscaped area and a short section of Powell Street, creating a unified pedestrian plaza containing the primary subway entrance, public seating, a public lawn, and outdoor dining areas for the existing restaurants. Views down Powell Street to the bay are maintained.

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Rabindra Sarobar | Kolkata India

Rabindra Sarobar | Kolkata India | i-con

The design was a public service project to demonstrate a pilot landscape initiative on a small part of otherwise, a large lake named Rabindra Sarobar at Kolkata, India. The lake plaza was designed for an area spanning about 25,000 sq. mts. as a pilot project, which had to be further extended by the government. This being an ecological reserve it was imperative to develop an idea that was sustainable. The focus was to sensitively design a park with the use of natural and re-usable locally available materials, enhance the recreational areas, and provide manifold options for the young and old to sit, relax, play and be one with nature.

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