Harton Quays Park Opens to the South Shields Public

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Harton Quays Park, the £2.3 million waterfront park in South Shields designed by landscape architects Grant Associates for South Tyneside Council, has now opened to the public.

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2014 Outlook Survey

With 2013 starting to wind down into the holidays, celebrations and resolutions it is time to look forward to 2014 and see how your business or office is feeling about the year ahead. At WLA we would like to find out how the landscape profession see 2014 and whether you are worried or upbeat. Below is a quick 9 question survey that we hope we can get as many firms, practitioners, consultants and contractors from different countries around the world to give us their outlook for 2014. Results will be published early in the new year.

40th year of ‘Design and Community’ at Leeds Metropolitan University

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This year marks the 40th year that Landscape Architecture at Leeds Met has run the ‘Design and Community’ programme, providing more than 150 diverse design challenges for students to date, whilst making a real difference for real clients in local communities. Landscape Architecture and Garden Design students at Leeds Metropolitan University are once again working with communities across Yorkshire to develop design proposals to benefit the public and organisations in the region

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Tempelhof Parklands Proposal | Berlin Germany | McGregor Coxall

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The use of the word “hof” within an English translation refers to a courtyard, farmyard, halo, quad or even corona. Historically the roots of this word traditionally translated as “temple”, none the less each describes a state of enclosure and sanctuary. McGregor Coxalls proposal for conversion of the Tempelhof Airfield in Berlin, Germany strategically integrates this poetic understanding with the sites existing built form, history, infrastructure and broader urban context.

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This Week In Landscape | 8 December 2013


Harvard GSD held the Airport Landscape: Urban Ecologies in the Aerial Age conference back in mid-November and recently GSD uploaded the videos to Youtube. Above is the Round table moderated by Elizabeth Meyer. The panel includes Anita Berrizbeitia, Felipe Correa, Christophe Girot, Eelco Hooman, Mary Margaret Jones, and Chris Reed.

The weekly landscape news links from around the world…

Planting for the future: Dan Pearson on designing London’s Garden Bridge | David Sexton | London Evening Standard
“Dan Pearson has addressed this by developing a story, a narrative, for the garden, “to allow you to move from one place to another and have a series of different chapters”, in five different zones.”

2013′s Notable Developments in Landscape Architecture | Charles A. Birnbaum
“In surveying the year in landscape architecture, “aptness,” a word favored by the great Modernist landscape architect Dan Kiley seems, well, appropriate.”

45 succeed in Pathway to Chartership | Landscape Institute
“The LI has written to congratulate the 45 candidates who successfully completed the Pathway to Chartership last month.”

What to do with old airports? | Kevin Hartnett | boston.com
To landscape architects, it’s a delightful question, and one that has generated an enormous amount of activity over the last fifteen years or so. And last month the Harvard Graduate School of Design hosted a two-day conference called “Airport Landscapes”

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