Playground to be designed by game designer

October 29, 2009,AEST

In recent News via Guardian newspaper a game designer, Keita Takahashi will be working with Nottingham City Council and its landscape architect to come up with a playground design for Woodthorpe Grange Park. SOURCE: Guardian.co.uk Ed note: I think this | Read More

Landscaping With a Lighter Touch – NYTimes.com

October 29, 2009,AEST

A recent article by William L. Hamilton at the New York Times about landscaping enhancing property values interviewed some landscape architects and clients and many drew the conclusion that people are heading towards more low maintenance gardens with few features. Out with | Read More

Autodesk App for iPhone/iPod touch

October 24, 2009,AEST

Own an iPhone or an iPod touch? Well I just came across a new app from Autodesk Sketchbook Mobile(link to Autodeskpage) that enables you to sketch ideas or even full sketches.The app is based on the Autodesk Sketchbook Pro application | Read More

Dieback threat to WA plant species

October 23, 2009,AEST

PerthNow reports DIEBACK is threatening 40 per cent of South-West native plants species and has pushed some toward extinction, scientists warn. Department of Environment and Conservation says a destructive pathogen which causes Phytophora dieback, known as the biological bulldozer, is | Read More

Design It: Shelter Competition Winners announced

October 22, 2009,AEST

Over the course of the summer, Design It: Shelter Competition received submissions from people in 68 countries for a total of nearly 600 entries that met competition requirements. On the occasion of the Guggenheim Museum’s 50th Anniversary, we are pleased | Read More

Singapore conserving biodiversity well: Expert

October 22, 2009,AEST

asiaone reports SINGAPORE is taking a unique approach to conserving its biodiversity and is doing well, an expert said yesterday. Unlike many other countries, it makes its natural biodiversity accessible to the public through nature parks such as Sungei Buloh | Read More

Growers’ markets taking root in inner Sydney

October 21, 2009,AEST

Central Sydney(Newspaper) reports “The plan is to make Chippendale into an urban farm with food available where we live and work and even growing vines on otherwise hot empty walls,” Mr Mobbs said. Meanwhile, more than half the land used | Read More

Flawed urban planning in Bangalore impedes night life

October 21, 2009,AEST

Improper planning and undefined demarcations for business and residential areas in Bangalore is one of the main reasons that impedes the existence of a vibrant night life in the city, said Shankar Bidari, Police Commissioner, Bangalore. via Flawed urban planning | Read More

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