Open Hearth Park at the Former Sydney Tar Ponds

February 5, 2016,AEDT

For nearly a century, the shores along Sydney Harbor bordered one of North America’s largest steel mills and coke ovens, making the steel industry an integral part of the region’s economy and culture. But when the plants closed in 2001, they left tons of industrial waste behind, creating a deep | Read More

Water Re-use and Visibility in the new city of Belval

February 2, 2016,AEDT

In the south of Luxembourg an industrial area, in earlier days used by the steel industry, was transformed into an attractive working and living environment. The project is near to the French border in the new city of Belval.  On the south slope of the site, with a view on the French hills there will | Read More

Aylesbury Estates Regeneration | London, UK | HTA Design

November 19, 2015,AEDT

The redevelopment of south London’s vast Aylesbury Estate is being masterplanned by HTA Design LLP for Notting Hill Housing Group. Having led the successful bid, HTA is working as lead designer on the first phase with Hawkins Brown and Mae Architects.

Pérez Art Museum Miami | Miami, Florida | ArquitectonicaGEO

November 7, 2015,AEDT

  Where the PAMM building itself has been designed to express the raw material of concrete in its many forms, native plants have been chosen to display the raw materials of our landscape as complement and contrast to the geometric architecture of the building. Native trees, shrubs, groundcovers and vines | Read More

Proto Tamansari: Where Urban and Agricultural forms of land use coexist

September 9, 2015,AEDT

Proto Tamansari is a research project, dedicated to develop alternative planning tools for the urbanization of Indonesian Desakota areas. Desakota’s are areas in the extended surroundings of large cities, where urban and agricultural forms of land use coexist and are intensively intermingled. Many Indonesian cities suffer from issues caused by | Read More

Sasaki Associates designs Shanghai’s largest park

August 12, 2015,AEDT

Zhangjiabang is the first of Shanghai’s eight planned “green wedges”, and will become the city’s largest public park.  A catalyst for ecological and urban renewal, the park creates an unprecedented amount of wetland and woodland habitat that redefines the natural environment in a city whose residents have increasingly fewer opportunities | Read More

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