adidas – World of Sports – Stage V // CAMPUS landscape – Call for Ideas

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The adidas Group announces a Call for Ideas: looking for teams consisting of landscape architects, architects, artists, designers, digital media designers, lighting designers, and mobilty experts who creatively look into the redesign of the open spaces of the World of Sports Campus in Herzogenaurch.

The open space (54 hectare) functions as a formative element of the World of Sports – the concept has to merge two different ideas: the campus shall become a high-quality space that can be collectively experienced and it shall communicate the brand values of the adidas Group.
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AWP selected for Malmo Quay

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Ten years after AWP was shortlisted for the final stage of the Architecture Foundation new building in London, Igloo-Carillon plc has selected the office for territorial reconfiguration* to deliver a design vision for a cycle hub building in Malmo Quay, Lower Ouseburn Valley, Newcastle upon-Tyne.

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VIDEO | Landscapes of Chernobyl

Postcards from Pripyat, Chernobyl from Danny Cooke on Vimeo.

This 3 minute video (filmed with quadcopter and set shots by Danny Cooke) shows the landscapes of Chernobyl, although haunting, shows the power of nature and its ability to thrive and adapt to the environment.

Park Groot Schjin | Antwerp, Belgium | BUUR, HOSPER & BULK

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In early 2013 urban planners AG stadsplanning organised a competition to carry out the complete design assignment and related services as part of the development of the Groot Schijn Park in Antwerp. BUUR-HOSPER-BULK – in cooperation with ARA – combined forces for this.

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The presence of absence in the public park of De Panne

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De Panne is a small town situated at the west end of the Belgian coast on the border with France. For many centuries it was nothing more than a fishing village, but with the romantic revolution of the mid-19th century, the town began attracting aristocratic and bourgeois tourists.
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