Bogey Hole Access | Newcastle Australia | Terras Landscape Architects

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The Land and Property Management Authority – NSW is responsible for the care and management of the unique Bogey Hole site. The site is listed on the State Heritage Register. The Bogey Hole was hand-hewn out of a wave cut rock platform by local convicts for Major James Morisset, in 1819.

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This Week in Landscape | 31 August 2014

Pounding the pavement will make these ISU students better landscape architects
It’s summertime and the learning is easy. But the work is hard for nine Iowa State University landscape architecture students who are finishing their internship project at the Iowa Correctional Institution for Women (ICIW) in Mitchellville. For them, pounding the pavement has taken on a whole new meaning.

What kids can teach architects about design | Maria Patsarika | Washington Post
“The architects we interviewed overwhelmingly thought that children brought fresh perspectives and uninhibited curiosity, leading them to explore alternative scenarios.”

Landscape Architects Back in Red Hot Demand | Andrew Heaton | sourceable
“In its most recent announcement, the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects says that compared with May and June, the number of advertised positions on its web site was up by 50 percent in July and August.”

Rethinking the lawn in an age of environmental crises | David Quick | Post & Courier
“Some are starting to say it’s not, for both practical and environmental reasons, and are converting a part or all of their lawns to a combination of gravel, “green” ground cover and food or flower gardens.”

Could Olmsted & Bartholomew’s 100-year-old parks plan finally happen in Los Angeles | Sam Lubell | ArchPaper
The idea started in 2005, when the Amigos de Los Rios laid out a 17-mile loop of parks and greenways (often underutilized spaces owned by public agencies) along the Río Hondo and San Gabriel Rivers on the east side of Los Angeles.

Lessons for the Shore | Sasaki Associates – Blog
Coastal communities along the eastern seaboard were not always in such danger. Early settlers built their towns along protected waterways rather than directly on ocean shores to insulate themselves from threats.

Fireworks Pergola | Ponte de Lima, Portugal | Anålogo architecture & landscape

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Fireworks Pergola is one of 11 garden select for the 10th edition of the international garden festival of Ponte de Lima.The theme of the tenth edition of the festival was “the celebration” and the garden fireworks pergola aims to represent the most characteristic element of all celebrations: fireworks.

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Broadway Malyan team wins masterplan for new district in China

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Broadway Malyan has won an international competition to design the ‘Chengdu Creative Centre’ – the first phase of a new urban district in Chengdu, the capital of Sichuan province and a major city in Western China.

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Epicurious Garden | Brisbane’s new edible garden

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Epicurious Garden is an edible garden designed to educate and inspire Brisbane’s Southbank visitors. The garden is a design collaboration between Brisbane City Council and JFP Landscape Architects along with Jerry Coleby-Williams assisting with the planting design. The Epicurious Garden is all about discovery – explore the garden’s exquisite plant life and see what fresh produce looks, feels and smells like; gardener volunteers will educate the public about inner-city gardening and providing recipe suggestions for the produce on display. 

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