Drava River | Maribor Slovenia | estudioOCA

July 19, 2011,AEDT

This riverfront redevelopment project provides a range of possibilities and aims to improve urban life and spatial appropriation. There are no grand gestures; areas remain open, often surprising, and spatially generous. The project invites residents to take a walk with children along the river, go fishing, stop under the trees | Read More

Sustainable Education Pavilion | FRLA

July 18, 2011,AEDT

FRLA‘s design for a Sustainable Education Pavilion was a winner of the BD/Dyson Airblade Washroom of the Future competition. Dyson teamed up with BD Magazine to run this competition. As a way of finding radically different and creative designs for washroom facilities that were also practical, environmental and featured a | Read More

Connecting Seattle to the Bay | Seattle USA | James Corner Field Operations

July 13, 2011,AEDT

We reported back in September 2010, James Corner Field Operations has been selected to design Waterfront Seattle by the Seattle Parks, DPD and SDOT after beating out Wallace Roberts and Todd, Michael Van Valkenburgh and Associates, and Gustafson Guthrie Nichol. Recently the first designs for the Waterfront Seattle have been unveiled which creates an unparalleled | Read More

model of urban healing | Fibo City | Perkins+Will

July 9, 2011,AEDT

fibroCITY was conceived and designed by the Houston office of Perkins+Will, who envision a pedestrian-oriented, community-driven environment that physically bridges over the city’s existing highway system as a means of reconnecting urban communities. This design entry for the Living City Design Competition responds to the history of highway development in | Read More

Rogers Marvel Architects wins President’s Park South Design Competition

July 8, 2011,AEDT

Recently we reported on the unveiling of the 5 entries for the President’s Park South Design Competition from Hood Design Studio, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Rogers Marvel Architects, and SASAKI. Today, the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) announced that Rogers Marvel Architects won the design competition for President’s Park South. Rogers Marvel’s design | Read More

OLIN earns Cities that Learn Award for Patch/Work

July 6, 2011,AEDT

OLIN‘s submission to the Living City Design Competition, has recently earned them the Cities that Learn Award from the International Living Future Institute and the National Trust for Historic Preservation. The award acknowledges that OLIN’s proposal remained true to the project site’s rich, historical roots, and explored how social equity | Read More

Winners announced for Monument Circle Ideas Competition

June 22, 2011,AEDT

Monument Circle, with the Indiana Soldiers and Sailors Monument as its centerpiece, is already an extraordinary place.  It ranks among the world’s most unique, spectacular and treasured public spaces.   The Monument Circle Ideas Competition was conducted to generate bold thought and creativity in how we, as a community, maximize | Read More

President’s Park South Designs Unveiled

June 21, 2011,AEDT

Today, the National Capital Planning Commission (NCPC) unveiled the designs for President’s Park South in Washington D.C.. The five architecture and landscape architecture firms including Hood Design Studio, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Reed Hilderbrand Associates, Rogers Marvel Architects, and SASAKI were invited to develop concepts to beautify the security components and | Read More

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