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This weeks links from around the world
Delirious Doha | Tino Rizzo | DomusA survey of recent projects in Qatar reveals a particular brand of “instant urbanism”…
What Parks Need to Make the Grade | John Farley | Thirteen.orgNY Park ratings, friends, maintenance and improvement projects – “I do worry that we’re adding and have added a lot of new parkland and the maintenance budget is not getting increased. That could catch up with us,”
The BMW Guggenheim Lab: An urban experiment that nearly failed | C.G. | Economist…New York to Kreuzberg, an edgy part of town, some locals resisted: they suspected creeping gentrification and condemned it as “some crappy capitalist luxury project”, and even threatened violence. So BMW Guggenheim found a more agreeable venue in already gentrified Prenzlauer Berg…..
Renovated Perk Park in Cleveland gives the city a new oasis of urban bliss | Steven Litt | Cleveland.comVeteran New York landscape architect Thomas Balsley and the Cleveland landscape firm of McKnight & Associates, redesigned the 40-year-old park, which felt tired and unsafe before renovation, with a sleek, contemporary look.
SEBS Students Offer Designs for Voorhees Environmental Park | Rutgers UniversityThe task of coming up with conceptual designs for what will become the Voorhees Environmental Park fell to students in the Rutgers Graduate Program of Landscape Architecture.
UN Launches Sustainable Development Network to Help Find Solutions to Global Problems | UNEPThe
Sustainable Development Solutions Network will work with stakeholders including business, civil society, UN agencies and other international organizations to identify and share the best pathways to achieve sustainable development.
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