As Streams In the Desert | Segal Lotem

April 9, 2016,AEDT

Be’er-Sheva, the second largest city in Israel by area and the major city of the country’s southern metropolis, is unofficially titled “The capital of the Negev”. The Negev is the geographical region that belongs to the Global Deserts Belt (GDB), hence characterized by an arid climate.

The Third Reserve | Singapore | Joseph Rosenberg, Daniel Lau, Lindsay Rule

April 3, 2016,AEDT

Optimizing Singapore’s Land Use Singapore has a long and successful history of land optimization and intensification since its independence over a half century ago. To adjust for economic and population growth, the city-state continues to perform reclamation to ensure its industrial and commercial sector will flourish. Since Singapore’s first masterplan | Read More

Waterfront Regeneration of Maren | Carlos Dias

February 6, 2016,AEDT

The project was developed for the city of Södertälje in Sweden which is located in one bay of the lake Mälaren, in where it joins the Baltic Sea through a canal and incorporates the small lake Maren. Until the beginning of the 19th century, the lakes Mälaren and Maren did | Read More

The Urban Spine | Scott Edward Sidhom

January 30, 2016,AEDT

The Urban Spine is a proposal to address the issues of physical, visual and programmatic disconnection that are occurring in Sydney’s Woolloomooloo basin. The masterplan incorporates three key moves – restructuring Forbes Street to become a central spine and the introduction of two new precincts along the spine, ‘The Hinge’ | Read More

The Riparian Land-Shaping Machine | Eugenio Da Rin, Josine Lambert

January 9, 2016,AEDT

Mountain landscapes have been subjected to a relentless conflict between conservative-picturesque attitudes and economic exploitation approaches. The project proposes a strategy that understands the river as a water-sediment management machine that choreographs newly manufactured riparian landscapes in order to put forward a decision-making mechanism to face the conflicting perspectives with | Read More

Wilderness and Exodus: the Production of a National Landscape

December 13, 2015,AEDT

Since the 1950’s, the weekend drive 1-3 hours away from cities is a democratic automobile-driven North American custom involving the ritualistic exodus of urban populations from metropolitan centres to sacred landscapes, to worship natural monuments and recreate. This phenomenon is integral to the role that landscape plays in shaping Canadian | Read More

“URAYCAMUY ” | Rises and falls in Quechua, Bolivia


December 4, 2015,AEDT

The XII Latin American Social Architecture Student Workshop, Bolivia 2015, brings together students and architects of different nationalities that seeks to generate social interventions in the Valley of Cinti, municipality of Camargo. Its purpose, authentic and local identity The intervention focused on the area known by the public as “EL | Read More

STUDENT PROJECT | Promenade Park: Digital Computations and Material Reinterpretations | Kamila Grigo

October 24, 2015,AEDT

While digital computation methods have increasingly been incorporated into the architectural and industrial design process, their use in landscape architecture and terrain modelling is relatively nascent. This project is an example of the potential application of computation-driven geometry to the design of physical landscapes, in this case enabling the redesign | Read More

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