Incisions + Incubators | Shift Landscape Architecture

June 5, 2015,AEDT

Incisions + Incubators was completed for the Homegrown National Park Exhibition. Shift was one of eight invited firms to participate in this design exhibit sponsored by the David Suzuki Foundation and organized by Workshop Architecture. The projects were exhibited as part of a summer long event drawing attention to the | Read More

Brookhollow | Dallas, USA | Hocker Design Group

June 3, 2015,AEDT

Located towards the back of a 2.5 acre suburban site, this house is tucked discreetly near the riparian zone of an existing creek. The house is sited for maximum views and minimum tree loss. The resulting synthesis is a project that feels as if it has been built for years. | Read More

ADEPT & Mandaworks win Kolkajen-Ropsten design competition

May 19, 2015,AEDT

ADEPT & Mandaworksare now officially announced winners of the large urban development of Kolkajen-Ropsten in Stockholm’s Royal Seaport, Sweden. The Jury appointed the proposal, ’Royal Neighbour’ as the winner of the parallel assignment on basis of it’s high architectural and urban qualities. Since summer 2014, the team has worked closely with | Read More

NHA Floating Village | Bangkok Thailand | SSOCA

April 30, 2015,AEDT

  One of the project’s main characteristics of this project is its strong social component and purpose. The project’s prime goal is to help bring awareness of the relevance of working with nature when dealing with flood conditions in Thailand. With this project, this has been achieved through the design | Read More

West 8 selected for new Houston greenspace

April 20, 2015,AEDT

After a nationwide search, officials with nonprofit Houston Botanic Garden just named West 8 to lead the master plan development for the city’s newest green space on the Glenbrook Golf Course property, a 120-acre tract of public land in southeast Houston just outside the 610 Loop in the area between downtown and Hobby Airport. Houston Botanic Garden officials | Read More

STUDENT PROJECT | The Petite Camargue, a new vision for industrial landscapes

March 21, 2015,AEDT

“The Petite Camargue is a landscape whose characteristics have been moulded by human settlement and activities over time: it’s an essential economic and environment interdependence. One of these activities, the salt production, has been present for centuries on the vast lagoons of Aigues-Mortes, and it has shaped the landscape. Salt marshes are wasteland from | Read More

Green Park | Reading, UK | Place Design and Planning

March 18, 2015,AEDT

  Green Park, a business community near Reading, designed in the mid-1990s, recently won a prestigious UK Civic Trust Award (2014). Place Design and Planning, a London-based landscape architecture and urban design practice, has been responsible for the 195 acres landscape scheme and continues to develop it with the current | Read More

Florence-Scandicci Green Tramway by Ines Romitti

March 13, 2015,AEDT

  The construction of tramways represents an innovative solution to transport problems in big cities. This is the first tramway of Florence, winding west and connecting the Santa Maria Novella station to Scandicci, where open spaces have been improved by choosing trams for present mobility, proposing a greenway with highly developed technology such as the systems of flat | Read More

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