Waterfront Toronto, alongside Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, has been honoured for the sustainable design of its Lower Don Lands project.
The new development, one aspect of Waterfront Toronto’s 8000-hectare central waterfront transformation, recently received the 2008 Royal Architecture Institute of Canada’s (RAIC) Sustainable Development Award.
The award is designed to recognize the role urban design and architectural excellence play in maintaining and enhancing the quality of life in Canadian cities.
SOURCE: Beach-Riverdale – THE MIRROR – Lower Don Lands project receives sustainable development award.
Topos has just published Topos 63 – Transformation – and includes an article by reknowned landscape architect Ken Smith and his Orange County Great Park
A new park on the site of a former air base in Southern California aims to strike a balance between the needs of humans and the natural world. Through an innovative “Preview Park”, visitors can engage with the development of the park whose implementation will be phased over a timeframe of decades.
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SOURCE – Topos – The International Review of Landscape Architecture and Urban Design – Current issue.
Three Sixty Design is a landscape architecture firm specializing in site planning, landscape architecture, and sustainable appointed Philosophy Communication, Inc., a Denver-based marketing and public relations agency, to manage its new brand, including the logo and business collateral design and Web site development.
Three Sixty Design believes the practice of landscape architecture is a tool to create innovative landscape and ecological strategies for any project, independent of location or budget. Built projects connect architecture and landscape to the site through a holistic approach identifying the client and the site’s needs, resulting in healthy environments that are coherent, economical, site-specific and purposeful.
SOURCE: emediawire – Philosophy Communication Wins Three Sixty Design Account.