Tai O is an old fishing village rich in heritage, and once home of salt industries. It is now developed as a rural fishing village, a popular tourist attraction with traditional residential and commercial streets. Tai O lies on a low lying coastal area on the western side of Lantau Island, the major priority was to resolve the flooding problems occasionally experienced in Tai O. The improvement works of Tai O (phase 1) aimed to preserve cultural heritage and natural attributes of Tai O, which included the construction of Riverwall at Yat Chung, upgrading the temple garden in front of Kwan Tai Temple and improvement works to the signage within the inner-core area.
Continue reading Improvement works at Tai O 大澳改善工程 | Lantau Island, Hong Kong | Gravity Green
Lehae Park is situated to the south of Johannesburg in the context of a new government-housing scheme. At the time of commissioning of the design, less than half of the residential units were constructed but the first members of the community had been moved into the area.
Continue reading Habitat Landscape Architects designs vibrant community park
Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl from Danny Cooke on Vimeo.
This 3 minute video (filmed with quadcopter and set shots by Danny Cooke) shows the landscapes of Chernobyl, although haunting, shows the power of nature and its ability to thrive and adapt to the environment.
Lakewood Cemetery has been the foremost resting place for Minnesota’s distinguished citizens since 1871. This treasured haven of beauty, art and history, wherein broad sweeps of lawn are punctuated by fine stone monuments, trees and meandering roadways, is an archetype of the quintessential American “Lawn Plan” cemetery.
Continue reading Lakewood Cemetery Garden Mausoleum | Minnesota, USA | Halvorson Design Partnership
De Panne is a small town situated at the west end of the Belgian coast on the border with France. For many centuries it was nothing more than a fishing village, but with the romantic revolution of the mid-19th century, the town began attracting aristocratic and bourgeois tourists.
Continue reading The presence of absence in the public park of De Panne