Green Park | Reading, UK | Place Design and Planning

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Green Park, a business community near Reading, designed in the mid-1990s, recently won a prestigious UK Civic Trust Award (2014). Place Design and Planning, a London-based landscape architecture and urban design practice, has been responsible for the 195 acres landscape scheme and continues to develop it with the current owners, Oxford Properties, and the estates management company, Broadgate Estates.

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Alpine Recreation Center Expansion | Los Angeles, USA | AHBE Landscape Architects

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Working in conjunction with the City of Los Angeles-Bureau of Engineering, Council District no. 1 (Councilmember Cedillo), and funds from Proposition 84, Proposition K, and Proposition A grants, AHBE has been transforming this vacant, blighted hillside, into a place for the Chinatown community to gather and play, exercise and heal, rest and contemplate. With nearly one-hundred feet of elevation change on this one-acre site, the goals is to bring connectivity and community within this neighborhood.

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Designs unveiled for Indiana`s Bicentennial Plaza

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A planned commemorative plaza on the grounds of the Indiana Statehouse will beautify the west entrance to the Capitol Building, replace aging infrastructure and improve pedestrian safety. Indiana Department of Administration (IDOA) Commissioner Jessica Robertson and Jason Larrison, state architect with the IDOA’s Public Works Division, presented the plaza update to the Indiana Bicentennial Commission.

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VIDEO | Preserving Nature in the Urban Environment – Robin Grossinger


Robin Grossinger, Senior Scientist, San Francisco Estuary Institute(SFEI) at The Cultural Landscape Foundation event – Bridging the Nature-Culture Divide III Conference held on January 23, 2015. Grossinger gives the perspective of a Senior Scientist and the approach taken by SFEI to learning from natural systems and also developed landscapes in addressing the Culture-Nature Divide.

TCLF will be holding their next conference – Second Wave of Modernism III: Leading with Landscape on May 21-24 in Toronto, Canada. The conference will tackle numerous issues including those that deal with the city’s identity.

STUDENT PROJECT | Circasia: Engaging the Creeks | Diego Bermudez

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Colombia is one of the world’s main coffee producers, a significant component of its international trade. Its population is rapidly urbanizing, following the international tendency, and the countryside is gradually left behind, causing the loss of biodiversity and erosion of the agrarian landscape.

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