Waterloo Rebosante | Philadelphia, USA | Roofmeadow

November 21, 2016,AEDT

When the Philadelphia-based Community Design Collaborative debuted its second international INFILL competition “PlaySpace,” featuring nature play as a theme, Roofmeadow, Studio Ludo and Space for Childhood combined efforts to participate. Three years ago, Roofmeadow’s team won the first INFILL competition, which featured cutting-edge stormwater-management innovations. The Waterloo Recreation Center, one | Read More

The Thick City Pavilion | Chicago, USA | PORT

November 18, 2016,AEDT

PORT’s 2015 Chicago Ideas Week Artist in Residence Proposal—The Thick City Pavilion—looks to engage the history, status and future of Chicago’s urban form by calling attention to the layered stack of infrastructural strata upon which the city rises. By challenging the conventional notion of Chicago as “flat,” we look to | Read More

Call for Submissions | Ground Up 06

November 16, 2016,AEDT

GROUND UP is the annual publication of the Department of Landscape Architecture + Environmental Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. For our sixth issue, we seek contributors to explore PROCESS in all of its manifestations. As we investigate this theme, so embedded in our discipline, we invite others to | Read More

WLA 28 – Liberty Park is the latest edition of WLA Magazine

October 31, 2016,AEDT

WLA 28 – Liberty Park is an unthemed edition of WLA Magazine (digital magazine) with fifteen projects from the best landscape design firms from around the world. In this edition, we feature Liberty Park by AECOM, a roof-top park centered within the World Trade Center (WTC) District. The park serves | Read More

Floating Above a Freeway, Innovative New Park Celebrates Walkability in Atlanta

October 19, 2016,AEDT

Designed by ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers with Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects, Buckhead Park Over GA400 is a new genre of urban infrastructure; built atop a highway, it strategically connects existing commercial/retail centers, mass-transit hubs, and potential development sites around an environmentally-responsible green core. Slicing through the heart of the | Read More

AECOM | What is the future for Southwest Brooklyn?

October 17, 2016,AEDT

Like all great cities, New York Has remade itself in the face of enormous change— from a port city to mercantile hub to industrial center to financial capital and to, today, a global city, touching the entire world on a daily basis. These transformations have been driven by economic transitions, | Read More

LAGI 2016 design ideas competition announces winning teams

October 12, 2016,AEDT

Every two years, the Land Art Generator Initiative international design competition provides an opportunity for creative minds around the world to reflect on the nature of energy infrastructures and what they can aspire to be in their built form. How can they integrate themselves into our cities in ways that | Read More

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