014 RESPACE Design Competition

February 7, 2014,AEST

RESPACE Design Competition is again looking for entries from landscape architects with the competition challenging people to design a small, outdoor community gathering space which exhibits exemplary design using reuse materials. The structure will sit on a currently unused lot and | Read More

Call for Submissions | Inflection Journal

January 27, 2014,AEST

Landscape architecture needs more publications and discourse about the built environment and it is heartening to see that the University of Melbourne School of Design is starting a new student run journal titled Inflection. The editors recently put out the call | Read More

STUDENT PROJECT | Land Fill | Louise Krstic

January 25, 2014,AEST

LAND FILL uses the politics of waste as a theoretical lens to  explore the contentious proposal for a new landfill in the Mornington Peninsula Shire. The proposal instead  proposes a new typology of waste management that phases out waste production while creating a | Read More

WLA 2014 Outlook Survey | Results: Confident

January 21, 2014,AEST

Recently, World Landscape Architecture surveyed its readers about their confidence going into 2014. And the results are in – with readers confident about the year ahead with 40.98% stating they are Confident and 12.7% seemly Very Confident about 2014;  40.98% of | Read More

STUDENT PROJECT | Spoiled Islands | Chiara Feliz Di Palma

January 18, 2014,AEST

For New York–a metropolis realized on its maritime potentialities–oceanic borders now threaten America’s most populous region and premiere city. Illustrated through the ongoing havoc and devastation caused by tropical storm Sandy, in New York City climate change has become an | Read More

Lots of Possibility Design Competition

January 18, 2014,AEST

Louisville Metro Government has launched “Lots of Possibility” Design Competition  to address issues of vacancy, blight and abandonment in its community. There are several thousand vacant lots throughout the city – of which approximately 450 are owned by Metro Government and/or | Read More

1 16 17 18 19 20 81