1/1 Landscape + Architecture from Istanbul, Turkey have designed ‘Landmark Project of Cebeli Hill’, with a new program that looks out new requirements and opportunities. The originality of Cebeli Hill is re-interpreted in the construction and silhuette fiction. The design that has the holistic green spaces, ecological solutions and to include local species in the design; contains global protection principles besides monumental structure’s contemporary architectural language.
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The International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK) held its annual conference at the University of Brighton, 14-16 September. This year’s focus was ‘Future Landscape Ecology’ with sessions on Species responses to landscapes; assessing vulnerability and resilience; future scenarios; problem-solving; workshop sessions; landscape-scale adaptation and management.
Richard Smithers, ialeUK chair stated
The challenge for future landscape ecology is to help create a new narrative for conserving the natural environment, establishing it as the basis for all useful function.
If future landscape ecology can help provide governments with better information on ecosystem services, then common tragedy might be averted through imposing solutions.
The 2011 conference will be held on 5-8 September(provisional dates) at University of Wolverhampton.
SOURCE: International Association for Landscape Ecology (UK)
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ADEPT and LiWplanning recently were awarded The Danish Landscape Award 2010 for the project ”Måløv Axis”, developed in collaboration with Imitio and Søren Jensen Engineering.
The purpose of the award is to bring landscape architecture in both urban and rural areas into focus. In addition, the award is an opportunity to honour individuals who with their extraordinary landscape architectural work contribute to the development of the profession.
The “Green Room” is designed by Casanova+Hernandez as part of a series of temporary interventions in the public space of several European cities named “Domestic Monuments”.
The “Green Room” experiments with the role of hybrid interventions (mix of landscape+architecture+sculpture) to activate the urban life of our city centres.
The intervention transforms an anonymous area of the public space of the city into an open room for the citizens that works as a green island characterized by its domestic character and strong identity.
IMAGE SOURCE & CREDIT: Casanova+Hernandez
Recently there have been calls for papers for 2011 events and awards below is a summary.
Call for Nominations for 2011 IFLA Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award
This award is the highest honour that the International Federation of Landscape Architects can bestow upon a landscape architect. The Award recognises a living landscape architect whose lifetime achievements and contributions have had a unique and lasting impact on the welfare of society and the environment and on the promotion of the profession of landscape architecture. The award is bestowed annually on an academic, public or private practitioner whose work and achievements are respected internationally.
Winners include Peter Walker and Prof. Bernard Lassus.
Nominations should be submitted by 10 November 2010.
For further details on how to nominate go to IFLA Online
Calls for Papers for IFLA 2011 World Congress
Scales of Nature – Zurich, Switzerland 27-29 June 2011
A call for paper abstracts has been issued for papers that address the congress theme and topics. More information can be found at IFLA 2011 Registration for the Congress has also opened with limited number of attendees – they currently have an early bird offer of 488 Swiss Francs (CHF) ($485USD) – you can register at IFLA 2011.
Call for Papers for AILA 2011 National Conference
Transform – Brisbane Australia 11-13 August 2011
Australian Institute of Landscape Architects National Conference which is held every two years is being held in Brisbane in August 2011 with the conference theme of Tranform and is currently calling for papers that relate to the conference theme and session topics. Abstracts are due on 1 November 2010. For further details to the AILA 2011 National Conference Call for Papers
Spiegel recently reported that Berlin city officials announced the shortlist for Parklandschaft Tempelhof – the historic airport site that will be transformed into a new city park and also the site for hosting the 2017 IGA.
The competition has 6 finalists who will share the €100,000 prize and will negotiate with the government for next stages of design. The finalists teams include
- BASE, Paris
- bbzl böhm benfer zahiri landschaften städtebau, Berlin
- Capatti Staubach, Berlin
- GROSS.MAX, Edinburgh
- Rehwaldt Architekten Landschaft, Dresden
- Topotek 1, Berlin
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The World Architecture Festival has announced the shortlist for 2010 Awards. Several projects made the Landscape category shortlist for Built Projects but only two are on the shortlist for Future Projects. The Winners will be announced at the Festival in Barcelona which is to be held between 3-5 November.
The Student competition Urban SOS: Transformations recently closed with a shortlist of 4-5 entries to be announced on 1 September. The finalists will present their designs at the Festival in front of a master jury with the final winner announced on 5 November.
See the all the category shortlists at World Architecture Festival Shortlists 2010
To attend the event go to the WAF website
Built Projects Shortlist
Big Rock jetty
Edward Szewczyk and Associates Architects Australia
Dhoby Ghaut Green
SCDA Architects Pte. Ltd Singapore
Environmental recovery of the river Llobregat in the comarca of Baix Lllobregat
Batlle & Roig Architects Spain
Hariri Memorial Garden
Vladimir Djurovic Landscape Architecture Lebanon
Marina Point Yacht Club
Cox Rayner Architects CA Architects Australia
Shanghai Houtan Park
Foster and Partners United Arab Emirates
White arkitekter AB United Kingdom
SOURCE: World Architecture Festival