IFLA announces Student Design Competition winners

October 19, 2017,AEDT

Kathryn Moore, President of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA)  announced the winners of the Student Design Competition at an awards ceremony at the 54th IFLA World Congress and the World Design Summit held in Montreal, Canada 14-20 October 2017. A total of 194 submissions were received electronically in response | Read More

Winners of the ASLA 2017 Student Awards announced

September 10, 2017,AEDT

ASLA recently announced the 28 winners of the 2017 Student Awards. Selected from 295 entries representing 52 schools, the awards honor the top work of landscape architecture students in the USA and around the world. The following is a complete list of 2017 student award winners: General Design Category Award | Read More

Map Drawings of the Landscapes | Guelph, Ontario, Canada

September 6, 2017,AEDT

The map-landscape-drawings present a visually distinct means to document a place, a site, a landscape. Paying homage to Corner and MacLean seminal book, Taking Measures across the American Landscape[1], the purpose here is to interpret the Southern Ontario landscape in a similar fashion. The appeal of aerial imagery is, in | Read More

STUDENT PROJECT | La Pépinière Royale | Iwein Mertens

May 9, 2017,AEDT

“History dies without the present. There is no future without the path made to it by the past.” (Chambers, A. 2006) In the era we live today, it is important to appreciate and protect the rich history we have, even for the small and pittoresque villages such as Pigna.   | Read More

URBAN SOS competition winner announced

January 14, 2017,AEDT

The winner of the Urban SOS: Fair Share student competition, which challenged multidisciplinary student teams around the world to explore the nexus of the sharing economy and urban infrastructure to solve our cities’ most urgent issues was announced earlier this week. The winning team (First Class Meal) , students at | Read More

Finalists For “Urban SOS: Fair Share” Competition

December 8, 2016,AEDT

AECOM and Van Alen Institute recently announced the four finalist teams in the annual Urban SOS competition, which asked university students to address some of the most pressing challenges faced by cities worldwide. The contest is presented in partnership with 100 Resilient Cities — pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation (100RC). This | Read More

Student Project | Hortus Inversus – Activating a Non-Space

November 28, 2016,AEDT

Today the esplanade in front of the European Parliament in Brussels is more of a non-space than a connecting axis or an enjoyable place to stay. The square seems to be searching for an identity it never has had, due to the lack of interaction between open and built space. | Read More

Call for Abstracts and Papers | Inflection vol. 4

November 14, 2016,AEDT

Call for Abstracts and Papers – Inflection vol. 4 examines the theme of Permanence within the discipline of architecture. Architectural permanence is widely associated with the Vitruvian definition of firmitas: mass and solidity crafted to endure. It is a lineage that runs deep in the history of architecture, from the | Read More

Healing Garden at Lipótmező | Zsófia Csonka

April 17, 2016,AEDT

LIPOT this name is presently associated with a closed down, ruined building in the middle of a wood-like park in the 2nd district of Budapest located at the junction of the Huvosvolgyi road and the Hars hill at the edge of the hills and the city.

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