Waterplein | Rotterdam Netherlands | DE URBANISTEN

Waterplein Benthemplein from de urbanisten on Vimeo.

On the Benthemsquare a first water square will be realized. It took us almost seven years from the idea and concept, to typologies, to policy, to spatial design. Already well published as a concept, in 2011 we finally got to design and refine a real pilot on the Benthemsquare in Rotterdam.
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Monastery of St. Pedro Regalado | La Aguilera Spain | Reset Arquitectura & Land Lab


The monastery of La Aguilera responds to the settlement of a community of religious sisters Clarisas from the neighbouring town of Lerma in an old Franciscan establishment who’s origins go back to the 15th century.

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West 8 wins design competition for Veddel North in Hamburg


Revitalization of an urban community and surrounding dike park on the south banks of the Elbe River in Hamburg, Germany. West 8’s winning design addresses rising sea levels and climate change, bringing a human scale to an area dominated by automobile traffic.

 

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Grant Associates adds to Wimbledon Master Plan with holistic landscape and public realm design


Grant Associates, has developed a holistic landscape framework and public realm strategy for the world’s most famous tennis club, Wimbledon, working alongside lead masterplanners, Grimshaw.

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Landscape Institute President says Farrell Review “is a missed opportunity”

Sue Illman, President of the Landscape Institute, has criticised the Terry Farrell Review of Architecture and the Built Environment as backward-looking and too inwardly focused.  Speaking in response to the call for evidence Illman said: “In a world confronted by rapidly expanding urban populations, scarce resources, environmental and economic challenges it is disappointing to learn that the first such review since 2000 asks no questions about the role of government in creating sustainable environments or of transport, infrastructure, SMART cities, green infrastructure, water-sensitive design, place-making or many other established features of progressive urban design. The cities in which we live are not composed just of buildings. We have a relationship with the natural and ecological forces that influence the structure and working of our cities.”
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