Peter Latz awarded the 2016 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award

April 20, 2016,AEST

The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA), announced today at their World Congress in Turin, Italy, that German Landscape Architect Peter LATZ has been selected as the winner of the 2016 Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award.

MVRDV with Traumhaus redefine affordable suburban housing

April 19, 2016,AEST

MVRDV partnered with Traumhaus, a housing producer which focuses on low-cost high-quality homes based on standardised elements, to design 27.000m2 of housing, gardens and public spaces. The scheme is situated in Funari, one of five districts in a major re-development | Read More

Vestre Fjordpark | Working with Nature | LIW planning

April 11, 2016,AEST

The project “Working with Nature” proposes an architectonically robust overall approach to the area surrounding Vestre Fjordpark in Aalborg West which gathers public recreational facilities and accessibility in a new type of space in Aalborg. Urbanity and landscape are synthesized | Read More

NEO Brussels | KCAP Architects&Planners

April 4, 2016,AEST

NEO Brussels masterplan prescribes the redevelopment of Brussel’s Heysel plateau, one of the most strategic locations in the Brussels Metropole Region. The design for NEO Brussels aims to strengthen the significance of the Heysel, and to qualify it within a | Read More

Celebrate Landscape Architecture in April

April 1, 2016,AEST

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 | Read More

Landscape Institute Awards 2016 open for registration

March 30, 2016,AEST

The Landscape Institute Awards 2016 are now open for registration with 15 categories this year. Awards range from best design for a small scale development; recognising work in research and policy; to urban design and masterplaning which reflects the enormous | Read More

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