Dallas CityDesign has announced the results of the Connected City Design Challenge. Stoss + SHoP‘s proposal, Hyper Density Hyper Landscape, has been uniquely recognized as the preferred proposal among the Professional Stream that included finalists Ricardo Bofill and OMA+AMO. A clear and pragmatic approach offers innovative solutions to Dallas’s urban challenges and sets the stage for transformation that will reunite Downtown Dallas and the Trinity River.
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Recently Landscape architect Roy Mann was interviewed by KERA (Public broadcaster in North Texas) about River fronts as apart of a series of Features about rivers and plans for river-front development in Dallas, Fort Worth and Irving along the Trinity River.
Roy Mann spoke about how access, blending the built and natural environments together and the pleasures of stopping at a cafe or restaurant on the river create successful waterfronts.
To read or listen to the full feature report go to the [SOURCE: KERA - Banking on Rivers: Part 1]
Fair Park Station - SOURCE: DART.org
The people in Dallas are hoping that the new Green Line with 4 stations opening on Monday will reinvigorate areas of the city that have fallen into neglect. According to the Dallas News
In South Dallas, there are ambitions for transforming the neighborhood – historically the home of many of the city’s black residents and businesses – into a point of pride.
Read the more about the green line at DART.org and the Dallas News