April is World Landscape Architecture Month (#WLAM2016) and is a month long celebration of Landscape Architecture across the world through social media (twitter, instagram, facebook and more) by taking photos of landscape architecture with the “This is Landscape Architecture” card and adding the hashtag #WLAM2016. Find out more about what | Read More
The proposed landscape design is translated into a symbolic representation of meanders in wetlands. The inspiration for the concept stems from the natural characteristics of place and respect for it.
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 University who has recently co-authored “Finding Multi-Centers: Using crowd-sourcing technologies to define communities of landscape architecture” (1) and World Landscape Architecture | Read More
We have published some great projects from around the world during from small scale projects to large scale urban design and its that time of year to review some of the great projects from 2011. We start with projects from January through to March. January WEST 8 | Grand Opening | Read More
Worldchanging reports “We recently started following the development of a cool new project taking root at Clemson University in South Carolina. Architecture faculty Martha Skinner and Doug Hecker and Landscape Architecture faculty Pernille Christensen are working with their students to design livable, sustainable dwellings using the large shipping containers sent | Read More
or Miladis Bouza, the global food crisis arrived two decades ago. Now, her efforts to climb out of it could serve as a model for people around the world struggling to feed their families. Bouza was a research biologist, living a solidly middle-class existence, when the collapse of the Soviet | Read More
The failure of the state to implement an uncompromising transportation policy has contributed to the traffic mayhem unfolding on Jamaica’s streets. Add that to unstructured urban planning, and commuters face a Pandora’s box of woes. This is the view of Jacqueline Douglas-Brown, programme director of the Urban and Regional Planning | Read More
The U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC) has certified the first LEED Gold building in Latin America. Located in Paseo de la Reforma in Mexico City, the HSBC Bank Headquarters Tower features a redesigned facade, public spaces, and interiors by architecture firm HOK. The 400,000-square-foot, 24-story redesigned Torre Angel building is | Read More
PHASE one of a new transport centre in downtown Kingston, somewhat similar to the one opened in Half-Way-Tree on the weekend, is expected to be completed and ready for use in another five months New transport centre for downtown Kingston in five months – JAMAICAOBSERVER.COM.