The Riparian Land-Shaping Machine | Eugenio Da Rin, Josine Lambert

January 9, 2016,AEST

Mountain landscapes have been subjected to a relentless conflict between conservative-picturesque attitudes and economic exploitation approaches. The project proposes a strategy that understands the river as a water-sediment management machine that choreographs newly manufactured riparian landscapes in order to put | Read More

Wilderness and Exodus: the Production of a National Landscape

December 13, 2015,AEST

Since the 1950’s, the weekend drive 1-3 hours away from cities is a democratic automobile-driven North American custom involving the ritualistic exodus of urban populations from metropolitan centres to sacred landscapes, to worship natural monuments and recreate. This phenomenon is | Read More

`URAYCAMUY ` | Rises and falls in Quechua, Bolivia


December 4, 2015,AEST

The XII Latin American Social Architecture Student Workshop, Bolivia 2015, brings together students and architects of different nationalities that seeks to generate social interventions in the Valley of Cinti, municipality of Camargo. Its purpose, authentic and local identity The intervention | Read More

GrowOnUs | Gowanus Canal, New York, USA | Balmori Associates

October 20, 2015,AEST

An experiment to clean water through phytoremediation, desalination and rainwater collection to irrigate productive floating gardens. Balmori Associates, has designed, fabricated and is launching a floating landscape in Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal, one of the most polluted bodies of water in | Read More

Creating Landscape Framework for Refugee Camps

October 18, 2015,AEST

At the start of 2013, the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) reported concern for 10.4 million refugees, while the total figure of refugees, asylum seekers, and internally displaced persons surpassed 50 million in June of 2014. This is the largest number | Read More

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