The latest newsletter from IFLA has been released and its focus is on Climate Change and the role that Landscape Architects will play in the future.
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Architectural Record reports
“Polshek Partnership has designed a new, 161,000-square-foot facility for the Utah Museum of Natural History in Salt Lake City. The $98 million project will enable the 45-year-old institution to better showcase its collection of fossils, rocks, minerals, and other artifacts.”
[SOURCE: Architectural Record – Utah Museum of Natural History]
The Greenville News reports
“Landscape architecture students from Clemson University presented city officials and residents with concepts Monday night of what downtown Fountain Inn could look like as the city continues to put its master plan into practice.”
[SOURCE: GreenvilleOnline.com – Clemson students show concepts for Fountain Inn downtown]
Times of India reports
“When RMZ Millennium Park in Chennai was categorised as a LEED gold building by the Hyderabad-based Indian Green Building Council (IGBC)
in September this year, the tally of certified green buildings in the city went up to nine.
Although Chennai’s realty sector embarked on the green quest in 2004, it is only now that the city is emerging as a top contender in energy-efficient and user-friendly office structures, ranking third overall in the country.”
[SOURCE: The Times of India – Chennai buildings get closer to nature]
The Gazette reports
“Montreal was designed around the car in the 20th century. In the new millennium, Mayor Gérald Tremblay’s administration has contradicted its own green rhetoric by faithfully following the past century’s ways – so far, at least. But that could change.
The Tremblay administration last week urged Quebec’s transport ministry, which is in charge of the $1.5-billion rebuilding project, to rethink its approach.”
[SOURCE: The Gazette – Quebec transport planners hold on to their love of cars].