Hurriyet Daily News reports
ISTANBUL – Images in which the concentration of the Asian population is visible through the architecture of Hong Kong are presented in two series, ‘Transparent City’ and ‘Architecture of Density,’ in Istanbul’s Çukurcuma.
Density, transparency of cities through photos Hong Kong architectural aesthetics and the often-overlooked human presence in the heart of international industry are among the subjects of German-American photographer Michael Wolf’s recent work, currently on display at the Elipsis Gallery in Istanbul.
find out more about the exhibition at the SOURCE: Hurriyet Daily News – Density, transparency of cities through photos
A natural play area is being designed and constructed in at Merrylee Primary School in Scotland. It is going to be the only school in Britain with a natural play area within its grounds.
The Evening Times reports
It will have hills, long grass, a flower garden and eco-friendly features including badger set and fox’s den.
They worked with Felicity Steers, who is a parent and a landscape architect, and came up with the design of the Merrylee Urban Jungle.
For the FULL article & video go to the [SOURCE: Evening Times – Naturally Classy]
LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT – Felicity Steers of erz studio
Architects Journal reports
The architects shortlisted in the prestigious King’s Cross Square contest remain unbriefed about the project – six months after being selected
Despite being named as finalists for the 7,000m2 project outside the central London station in January, the six firms have yet to receive any further details of the scheme.
SOURCE: Architects Journal – King’s Cross Square contenders in the dark | News |
Shortlist for the project includes Stanton Williams, Gehl Architects, Field Operations, Martha Schwartz Partners, Gustafson Porter, Gross.MaxTechnorati
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Lancashire Evening Post reports
“The opponents of the £3m Winckley Square redevelopment are “prejudiced against any change whatsoever,” the architect behind the plans said today.
Landscape architect Catherine Mitchell has spent more than a year perfecting the revamp of the Preston square after her firm won an international design competition to breathe new life into it……”
read more at the SOURCE: Lancashire Evening Post – Square revamp opponents are ‘prejudiced’
Architects Journal reports
“HTA Architects has received planning permission to build 195 zero carbon homes as part of the Hanham Hall development in South Gloucestershire
The development, which is being backed by Barratt Developments and the Homes & Communities Agency (HCA), will be the UK’s first to be built to Level 6 of the Code for Sustainable Homes.”
read the full article @ the [SOURCE: Architects Journal – UK’s largest eco-village gets go ahead]
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