WLA 21 | Research & Policy brings together some of the most interesting landscape research providing readers with insight into numerous topics including landscape of sound, the blue-green process, sea change, how to rethink dying shopping streets, vacated vacation homes, speculative urbanism, urban parks, saving bees, growing green cities guide, reclaiming headlands, an atlas for the end of the world, specialisation in landscape architecture and designing with nature to improve health. This edition of WLA Magazine is full of information that will have you inspired to do more and learn more about landscape architecture research.
The 20th edition issue WLA Magazine is a celebration of contemporary, stunning landscape architecture from around the world and features some of the most distinguished landscape architectural projects including Akasya Acibadem Central Park in Istanbul, Public Media Commons in St. Louis, Missouri, Universiti Teknologi Petronas in Malaysia, and Bow Riverwalk in Alberta, Canada.
Damian Holmes, founder of WLA Magazine, said about the upcoming issue, “I am proud to publish the 20th edition of WLA Magazine. Over the last four years, the readership has grown, and the quality of projects keeps getting better.”
This issue features highlights of a diverse range of landscape architecture projects from across the world. Readers will learn about recent projects from well known landscape architecture firms including Sasaki Associates, Stantec, DLANDStudio, White, Maier Landschaftsarchitektur & Betonlandschaften, they will gain an inside perspective to the ideas and concepts that led to these smart, innovative landscape designs.
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Residential landscapes are varied in their typology from courtyards, expanse estates, villa gardens, large developments, to apartment terraces and facades. Residential landscapes are as varied as the landscape profession and we have included courtyards in New York; Apartment landscapes in Australia, USA, Italy, Singapore; Heritage landscapes in the Netherlands, Villa gardens from the USA, Netherlands and Italy.
The 19th Edition of WLA Magazine is full of great designs that are rarely seen behind close doors and high walls or high floors, but they are also some of the most interesting landscapes of communities, families, and individuals. It is with great pleasure that we publish this edition which includes projects from Balmori Associates, Colwell Shelor Landscape Architecture, Place Design Group, Copley Wolff Design Group, WE Design, HOSPER, ASPECT | OCULUS, HTA Design, Karres En Brands, Exterra, Design Workshop, Bert Linssen, Hocker Design Group, ONG&ONG, ICN Design and Pressley Associates.
The latest edition of WLA Magazine publishes projects from across the world including Australia, Sweden, Denmark, China, USA, The Netherlands, Spain, Germany and the United Kingdom. This unthemed edition showcases the diverisity of landscape architecture projects in scale, complexity and typology.
In this edition we have included projects from various design firms some are well known and others are rising landscape designers. Design firms featured WLA 18 include: LDA Design, POLA, HASSELL, Karres En Brands, Sasaki Associates, Rehwaldt LA, Atelier Loidl, Wanted, White Arkiteckter, Mandaworks, Tract Consultants, Rhodeside & Harwell, Lodewijk Baljon Landscape Architects, SLA, Mikel Alberdi and Cristina Jorge.
There is an amazing diversity ofprojects in the 18th edition of WLA Magazine from hanging trees in courtyards, rooftop gardens, cultural precincts, waterfronts, urban interventions, public realm, large and small squares and large scale urban design and planning.
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WLA 17 | 2014 Annual
2014 has been a great year for landscape architecture and to top off a great year, the 17th edition of WLA Magazine includes the best projects published online in our 2014 Annual. A diverse range of projects from across the world including built and conceptual projects.
I have enjoyed curating this edition and finalising the list to 13 projects.
I hope you enjoy reading this edition which will also be available as a special print edition in early 2015. Thank you our subscribers for their continued support of WLA Magazine which allows me to continue to publish great projects.
The 16th edition of WLA Magazine (digital magazine) showcases some of the most interesting and varied landscape architecture works from across the world. The recently opened David H. Koch Plaza at the Met in New York graces the cover of this edition, the plaza designed by OLIN is a project that shows restraint in creating a beautiful public plaza that perfectly compliments a New York landmark.
When curating this edition it was hard to choose from the high quality and diverse range of submissions that received, however after much deliberation, 18 projects were selected to be published in this 83 page edition; including Adelaide Airport Plaza, Waterfront Promenade, Self Drive nature routes in South Africa, an Intervention in a park in Portugal, beach promenade in Vancouver, a roving educational van in San Francisco, signage for trails in Las Vegas, a golf resort, Green Architecture in Singapore, a Zoo exhibit in Australia and many more projects. The variety of projects in the 16th edition of WLA Magazine will raise the interest of any landscape architect.
WLA 15 LARGE
WLA Magazine (WLA 15) features Large scale projects and Large Ideas. These grand ideas and large scale projects showcase the ability of landscape architecture to transform cities and the surrounding landscape. BIG’s Rebuild by Design project , HUD provides a design to mitigate climate change by transforming existing structure and adding several interventions – moving and permanent. Liupanshui Minghu Wetland Park by Turenscape transforms a peri-urban channelised waterways into a beautiful large wetland and water landscapes that provide ecological and socially sustainable designs. These are just two of the projects featured in WLA 15 which also includes projects from AECOM, STOSS, MVRDV, Sasaki, Openfabric, ASPECT Studios, UNStudio, BDP, Mandaworks & HOSPER, Mathews Nielsen and a student project from PennDesign.
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Temporary and Transitory is the theme for the 14th edition of WLA Magazine. Various projects are published in this edition including temporary sand dunes, festival spaces, pop-up gardens, art installations, display gardens, indoor landscapes and waterscapes.
Firms and Organisations work published in this edition include HOSPER, UNStudio, ASPECT Studios, DE URBANISTEN, HASSELL, POLA, Groundswell Design Group, NYDPR, Karres en Brands and many more.
One of the most interesting editions that we have curated and shows the broad variety of landscape architecture across the world.
The 13th edition of WLA Magazine showcases 21 small scale projects from across the world. In this latest edition of WLA Magazine we feature an exciting range of projects of different scale projects from pocket gardens in Italy, pedestrian plazas in Sydney and Bangkok, a subtle walkway through the Australian bush, residential gardens in Boston, Thailand, and Lake Zurich, Switzerland, an indoor office oasis, amazing university courtyards in Amsterdam and the USA, cellular sized gardens and a beautiful rooftop garden in Manhattan featured on the cover.
WLA Magazine selects some of the best SMALL projects from around the world by firms including HMWhite, Oculus, Karres En Brands, Supermass Studio, Meyer+Silberberg Landscape Architecture, SHMA, ENEA, Colwell Shelor Landscape Architecture, Copley Wolff Design Group, Hansen Partnership, Inside Outside, Ground, Inc. and many more…
World Landscape Architecture publishes its latest edition of WLA Magazine. The 12th edition of WLA includes 12 previously unpublished projects from various firms including Martha Schwartz Partners (Cover), HOSPER, Grant Associates, ONG&ONG, ASPECT Studios, HASSELL, AECOM, Urban Initiatives with Arterial Design, Inside Outside, GROUPE IBI-CHBA, Basic City, Felixx, Mandaworks, Adept, Hosper Sweden, WSP and others. The 12th edition also includes the full data from the 2014 Outlook Survey indicating that the world is confident about the year ahead.
Projects include a diverse range of conceptual and built projects including urban hotels, office buildings, skyscrapers, residential developments, sports promenades, green belts, art installations and memorials. As usual, WLA magazine includes projects from countries including China, Singapore, Israel, USA, Canada, and Sweden.
WLA 11 11 magazine includes 19 projects contributed by LDA Design, OKRA, Mathews Nielsen, Carve, BUUR & Latz+Partners, AECOM, Atlas Lab & Scott Allen, Mandaworks, ASPECT Studios, DWG. Urban Landscape Architects and many others. This edition includes conceptual and built projects from students and various small landscape design and multi-discipline firms. WLA 11 features high quality projects from the USA, China, South Africa, Australia, Netherlands, UK, Portugal, Canada, Greece, Sweden and Zimbabwe.
WLA 10 includes 20 different projects from various firms including Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, LDA Design, HASSELL, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, OLIN, Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture, mikyoung kim design, Gravity Green, EDSA, Groundswell Design and many others. *Note WLA Magazine is digital only publication
The 09 edition is 80 pages filled with a variety of a projects from World Landscape Architecture published in June and July. In this edition we have 21 projects including projects from Thomas Heatherwick, MVRDV, OMA, DE URBANISTEN, 1:1 Landskab, Grant Associates, ASPECT Studios, AWP, SWA Group, Christopher Counts Studio, McGregor+Coxall and many more. *Note WLA Magazine is digital only publication
The 08 edition includes projects from Active City Transformation, Thorbjörn Andersson With Sweco Architects, OKRA, Groupe Ibi-Chba, SWA Group, Lees+Associates, Karres En Brands, and the Transiting Cities Competition.
This edition is full of colour and includes projects from BIG | TOPOTEK1 | SUPERFLEX, Martha Schwartz Partners, Sasaki Associates, NBBJ, ASPECT Studios, Balmori Associates, MKSK | OLIN, Nomad Studios and Urbanbs. WLA 07 is full of wide range of projects from across the world from the small installation to the Chicago Riverfront.
WLA #06 includes built and unbuilt projects including urban design, recreational design, urban plazas, hotels, riverfronts, public art, from across the world including USA, UK, Denmark, China, Canada, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium and Tibet. This edition includes projects from Stoss Landscape Urbanism, Gustafson Porter, Boffa Miskell, Hosper, Claude Cormier + Associes, KBP.EU | Karres en brands and Polyform, Volkert, Cardno S.P.L.A.T., Hostetler Zhang Studer and SHMA. Buy a digital copy [pdf] of WLA 06 for $3.99USD
WLA 04 includes MARGARET MCMILLIAN PARK | BDP SHIFTING FIELDS | ACT CENTRAL DELAWARE RIVERFRONT MASTER PLAN | OLIN RIVER OF LIFE | HASSELL WILMINGTON WATERFRONT PARK | SASAKI ASSOCIATES PETRA STRATEGIC MASTER PLAN | DESIGN WORKSHOP STAR MAZE | LOLA, DELTAVORMGROEP AND PIET OUDOLF VANDUSEN BOTANICAL GARDEN VISITOR CENTRE | SHARP & DIAMOND AND CORNELIA HAHN OBERLANDER
WLA #01 was the launch edition the Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition Gustafson Porter | James Corner Field Operations | Minneapolis Riverfront | JMD Design | Valentien+Valentien | ACT Contents A DRAMATIC TOUR | ACT: ACTIVE CITY TRANSFORMATION THE AUSTRALIAN GARDEN | MCGREGOR COXALL MINNEAPOLIS RIVERFRONT DESIGN COMPETITION | TLS/KVA | KEN SMITH WORKSHOP | TURENSCAPE | STOSS LU PARQUE CENTRAL VALENCIA | GUSTAFSON PORTER CHENSHAN BOTANIC GARDEN SHANGHAI | INTERVIEW WITH CHRISTOPH VALENTIEN | VALENTIEN + VALENTIEN WOODLAND DISCOVERY PLAYGROUND | JAMES CORNER FIELD OPERATIONS REDFERN PARK | JMD DESIGN