Emergence: Nonlinear Ecologies of Future Airports | Sarah Fayad

October 10, 2015,AEDT

This project is in response to the pressures facing Badgerys Creek waterways as the second Sydney airport emerges, specifically, focusing on the increasing threat of invasive algae growth and the rising issues with airport pollution. A foreseen rise in pollution, CO2 level and nutrient supply to creeks will result in | Read More

Designs for University of Toronto – St. George Campus unveiled

October 7, 2015,AEDT

The designs for University of Toronto – St. George Campus have been unveiled as part of the “A Landscape of Landmark Quality”, an eight-week Innovative Design and Ideas Competition for the revitalization of the major public spaces of the historic St. George Campus. Four teams entries have been published online | Read More

Lourinha Eco-productive Park | Rio Tinto, Portugal | Alexandre Parente

September 28, 2015,AEDT

The design concept for Lourinha Eco-productive Park combines public open space with the emerging tendency of urban food production and the ecological balance. The main goals were to restore the river habitat, to promote the practice of agriculture and to provide recreation.
 Many allotments for horticulture set the design of | Read More

Incremental Development | Johanna Hoffman and Karl Kullmann

September 19, 2015,AEDT

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 built from scratch, New Towns are the latest iteration of | Read More

CSLA Congress | Call for Abstracts

September 16, 2015,AEDT

The Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) invites qualified experts to submit abstracts for oral presentations (concurrent sessions, 45 minutes in length) to be made at the upcoming 2016 CSLA Congress

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Latest WLA Magazine | WLA21 | Research & Policy

August 25, 2015,AEDT

WLA 21 | Research & Policy brings together some of the most interesting landscape research providing readers with insight into numerous topics including landscape of sound, the blue-green process, sea change, how to rethink dying shopping streets, vacated vacation homes, speculative urbanism, urban parks, saving bees, growing green cities guide, reclaiming headlands, | Read More

Stage II Finalists announced for World War I Memorial

August 23, 2015,AEDT

U.S. World War One Centennial Commission have announced that five concepts have been selected to proceed to Stage II for the National World War I Memorial design competition. In the next stage of the competition, the five finalists will work in consultation with the Commission, public agencies with ultimate approval authority | Read More

Sasaki Associates designs Shanghai’s largest park

August 12, 2015,AEDT

Zhangjiabang is the first of Shanghai’s eight planned “green wedges”, and will become the city’s largest public park.  A catalyst for ecological and urban renewal, the park creates an unprecedented amount of wetland and woodland habitat that redefines the natural environment in a city whose residents have increasingly fewer opportunities | Read More

Paul Hervey-Brookes Associates creates Inner Peace Garden

August 4, 2015,AEDT

The Inner Peace Garden was a conceptual garden space and was designed for the Gardening World Cup Competition staged in Japan.  The garden was designed to be of a real size, 10m x 12m and be able to function as a usable space whilst conveying the idea of searching for | Read More

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