Larchmont | University Park, Texas, USA | Hocker Design Group

November 1, 2015,AEDT

This small contemporary garden healed-back a site that had simple program requirements of privacy and use ability. This contemporary home is situated in an established and dense 1920’s neighborhood. This garden is “wedged” between two multi-story traditional homes and required seclusion for the residents to use the interior and exterior | Read More

Rabbit House | Denver, USA | WERK | Charles Anderson Landscape Architecture

October 26, 2015,AEDT

Denver’s regional landscape becomes the metaphor for this 3-acre estate. Inspired by the Denver landscape of mountains, prairie, and mowed turf grasses, we emphasized the change of seasons, native plants, and a fusion between landscape, art and architecture. The landscape features outdoor rooms, framed views to barrowed landscapes, and provides | Read More

STUDENT PROJECT | Promenade Park: Digital Computations and Material Reinterpretations | Kamila Grigo

October 24, 2015,AEDT

While digital computation methods have increasingly been incorporated into the architectural and industrial design process, their use in landscape architecture and terrain modelling is relatively nascent. This project is an example of the potential application of computation-driven geometry to the design of physical landscapes, in this case enabling the redesign | Read More

Steeple Chase Farms | Greenwich, USA | Conte & Conte

October 18, 2015,AEDT

Steeple Chase Farms, a 13 acre private residential horse farm located in Greenwich, CT, includes a 7,000 sq. ft. home, stables, indoor riding arena, grazing paddocks, run-in sheds and an equipment garage with groom’s quarters. The architecture, inspired by the late 19th century shingle style homes made popular by the | Read More

The Kensington – Sky Deck
 | Boston, USA | Copley Wolff Design Group

October 16, 2015,AEDT

The Kensington is a new 27-story residential building located between Boston’s Theatre District and Chinatown. Copley Wolff Design Group designed a variety of outdoor spaces for the building, including a public alley, a green roof and pool deck on the sixth floor, and the streetscape surrounding the building.

Mark Johnson | President, Civitas

October 13, 2015,AEDT

Mark Johnson is President and the leading designer who has spearheaded Civitas’ most challenging projects. He began his career at Utah State University where he received his Bachelor of Landscape Architecture. He worked at Maas and Grassi, an Ogden Utah design firm, and landed his first dream job with Jones | Read More

SWA announces completion of Buffalo Bayou Park in Houston

October 12, 2015,AEDT

October 2015 will mark the conclusion of construction on the $58 million Buffalo Bayou Park project, master planned and designed by the Houston studio of SWA. This thoroughly renovated, 160-acre, 2.3-mile public space, sometimes described as “Houston’s Central Park,” not only features beloved destinations old and new, but also deploys | Read More

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