LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) is a design decision-making framework developed by HASSELL to generate sustainable design solutions that lessen emissions, use of resources and social disparity.
The goal of modern development has created a clear separation between agricultural and industrial activities, between human and nature, between fluid and solid territories, which become a threat to human | Read More
This week the World Architecture Festival has been under way and yesterday the festival awards were announced with Kallang River Bishan Park, Singapore winning the landscape prize and Gardens by the Bay, Singapore winning World Building | Read More
Auckland Council is on a journey, which began in 2004, to transform the city centre into an internationally successful centre for business and culture. This includes upgrading key inner-city streets | Read More
We have just published the #06 edition of WLA Landscape Architecture Quarterly Magazine. #06 includes projects from Stoss Landscape Urbanism, Gustafson Porter, Boffa Miskell, HOSPER, Claude Cormier + Associes, KBP.EU | Read More
5 Educational Institutions | 11 Projects As part of Beijing Design Week the “Hutopolis: city visions” is an exhibition that collects one year of research, experiments and events organized in | Read More
The project consists of four buildings new buildings and two existing buildings which combine to form a large central courtyard and a series of smaller courtyards. The overall layout demonstrates China’s traditional culture through a strong integration of architecture and site design. The building forms and proportions reflect traditional architectural characteristics and symbols with contemporary colors and sustainable materials. The resulting combination fully embodies the characteristics of internationalization.
Landscape Architects are connecting through various social networks and platforms to stay informed and learn about the latest landscape topics. Recently, Robert Hewitt, ASLA, is a Professor of Landscape Architecture at Clemson | Read More
The Celtic garden was awarded in IFLA’s (International Federation of Landscape Architecture) international competition of landscape architecture and is going to be part of a 176 large park built on | Read More