Incremental Development | Johanna Hoffman and Karl Kullmann

September 19, 2015,AEST

Across the developing world, New Towns are being constructed on both undeveloped land and over existing low-rise settlements. Although designed to house hundreds of thousands – and in some cases millions — many “instant cities” remain ghost towns. Planned and | Read More

Incisions + Incubators | Shift Landscape Architecture

June 5, 2015,AEST

Incisions + Incubators was completed for the Homegrown National Park Exhibition. Shift was one of eight invited firms to participate in this design exhibit sponsored by the David Suzuki Foundation and organized by Workshop Architecture. The projects were exhibited as | Read More

Call For Submissions | Ground Up Journal

January 25, 2015,AEST

GROUND UP is an annual print and web publication created by students in the Department of Landscape Architecture and Environmental Planning at the University of California, Berkeley. It is intended to stimulate thought, discussion, visual exploration and substantive speculation about | Read More

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