In spite of the proximity to the water the city does not always make use of this quality. Fisktorget is a plaza facing the sea and has traditionally been the market place for selling fish. Once also market hall stood here for such purposes, although torn down in the 1960s. The plaza has since been left open and unarticulated, separating the city from its waters rather than taking use of it.
Continue reading Fisktorget Plaza | Karlskrona Sweden | Thorbjörn Andersson with Sweco Architects
In line with international trends, value-based development contradictions form the urbanistic discussions in Hungary, especially concerning Budapest. Continuous expansion of urban areas and development of road systems are major challenges for the capital. Simultaneously, the increasing exhaustion and elimination of green areas embracing the city decreases their environmental potential.
Continue reading STUDENT PROJECT | Greenway | Budapest Hungary | Lilla Szabó
A new small park in the City of Cologne has been built by the German landscape architect Dirk Melzer in autumn 2012.
Continue reading Muendungspark | Cologne-Worringen Germany | Dirk Melzer
This area is located in one of Krakow’s historical districts, though not directly in the city center. This pleasant, neighborhood required an eye-catching space that would reflect it’s original charm. Salwator district was based on the garden-city concept and now still is one of the more pleasant places in Kraków.
Continue reading Salwator Square | Kraków Poland | Land-Arch Partnership
Work has started on site for a public realm scheme to improve the upper section of The Parade in Watford Town Centre. Designed by BDP the project responds to feedback from local residents and businesses who want to see the town centre become more attractive, helping to bring shoppers, families and businesses to the area.
Continue reading Public Realm Scheme Underway in Watford