A rejuvenated urban plaza is the core to improving the retail and commercial viability of this renovated 1960’s building.
Continue reading St James Plaza | Melbourne Australia | ASPECT Studios
Another week in landscape links when food and farming (horizontal and vertical) are in the news
The Next Trend In Landscape Design: Foodscapes | Sustainable Business
The futuristic vertical farms that could solve Hong Kong’s space shortage | Sofia Mitra-Thakur | South China Morning Post
In the future, we will all be home gardeners [future of home living] | PSFK
Tending Vertical Gardens | Costance Rosenblum | NY Times
The Scale of Performance: Investigating a Range of Landscape Projects and Benefits | John Whalen, MLA Candidate and Jinki Kim, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign | Landscape Architecture Foundation
The Best Defense Against Catastrophic Storms: Mother Nature | Elizabeth Rauer | Stanford Woods
The Future of Mobility: Greening the Airport | Clare Lyster | Places – Design Observer
Our Public Infrastructure – Out of Sight, Out of Mind? | Gustavo Jacome | Stantec Is..
How Better Urban Design Makes Us Healthier, Happier, and Sexier | Jeffrey Tumlin | GOOD
IMAGE CREDIT | Flickr User chip_munk1
This landscape scheme for a residential complex in Rhodes provides a variety of high quality landscape spaces within a framework of substantial new trees.
The original Lizard Log parklands (formerly known as Pimelea) was constructed prior to the 2000 Sydney Olympics. The Western Sydney Parklands Trust engaged McGregor Coxall to revitalise and extend the parks facilities by first undertaking a master plan and then designing and documenting the master plan.
Vivid Sydney is an annual creative festival of light, music and ideas that each night transforms Sydney Harbour and its iconic architecture and public spaces into a canvas for spectacular light installations. This year, designers and artists from Australia and around the world have created 60 installations, including four HASSELL-supported works that feature in the Walsh Bay precinct – the location of the newly-opened HASSELL studio.