West 8 reports
“Saturday the 18th of April the new pedestrian bicycle bridge ‘The Twist’, designed by West 8 for the City of Vlaardingen, was officialy opened at the shores of the Vlaardingse Vaart in Vlaardingen, The Netherlands. In February the iconic bridge was already installed at its final destination becoming an expressive sculpture that establishes the moment of ‘crossing’. Now people can also use the bridge to cross the Vlaardingse Vaart as it is a crucial link within the regional bicycle path network.”
Images: West 8
SOURCE: West 8 – Bridge Vlaardingse Vaart officially opened
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Arch Daily reports
“Amsterdam city planning councilman Maarten van Poelgeest announced the winner of the adaptive reuse design competition for the two former sewage treatment silos in Amsterdam’s Zeeburg district: the Annie MG Schmidt House.
Arons en Gelauff architects, landscape architect Rob Aben, and Janneke Hooymans (This is Jane-interior design).”
SOURCE: ArchDaily – Arons en Gelauff architects wins design competition: Annie MG Schmidt House
IMAGES: Arons en Gelauff architects
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Matthew Roth from Streetsblog wrote
“How would you define the boundaries of your neighborhood? Is it the streets that describe it?
Berkeley landscape architecture graduate student Robert Lemon was recently awarded the Landscape Architecture Foundation’s Dangermond Fellowship to examine questions of neighborhood identity in the Oakland districts of Fruitvale, West Oakland, and Chinatown.”
SOURCE: Streetsblog » What’s in a Neighborhood