Green Air – a kinetic sculpture by Nomad Studio

August 15, 2016,AEDT

Conceived as a living, kinetic sculpture nested within the courtyard of the Contemporary Art Museum of Saint Louis, Green Air proposes an immersive space, a hanging garden that floats above a tapestry of ever changing shadows. Green Air is the second act of a broad exploration that started in 2015 | Read More

Water Square Tiel opens

July 14, 2016,AEDT

Last week a new water square was opened in the Dutch city of Tiel (NL), designed by Dutch based office for urban design and landscape architecture De Urbanisten. While representatives of City of Tiel, the waterboard Rivierenland and the Province of Gelderland officially opened the square, children took over the | Read More

Preserving and making tangible the secret of Soesterberg

July 8, 2016,AEDT

On 12 June 2009 ownership of a large part of the Soesterberg Air Base was transferred to Utrecht province. With the departure of the Airforce, the opportunity arose for building both an ecological and a recreational bridge between the northern and southern half of the “Heuvelrug”. Commissioned by the concerned | Read More

Evaluation is key to stopping land degradation

June 17, 2016,AEDT

On World Day to Combat Desertification (June 17), the International Resource Panel (part of UNEP) has called for the world to improve the way we evaluate land. Evaluation is key to reversing land degradation with the loss of over 24 billion tonnes of fertile soil and 15 billion trees disappearing every year. As the world’s | Read More

“The Rainforest” seeks to evoke the surrounding landscape for residents

June 11, 2016,AEDT

The Rainforest is an executive condominium housing development set amidst vast landscaped grounds that evoke the look of a nature reserve. Spanning an area of 17,590 square metres situated along Choa Chu Kang Avenue 3, the residential development is well integrated with its lush tropical setting.

T.R.O.P creates resort inspired by the Thailand’s first national park

June 7, 2016,AEDT

Inspired by the nearby mountain range, Khao Yai, Thailand’s largest rain forest (also Thailand’s first national park), the landscape is created as the link between the architecture and Nature. Instead of trying to produce a faked natural forest, the architecture is interpreted as big trees while the landscape represents the | Read More

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