2012 in Review | October

October saw Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates with Thomas Phifer & Partners win Waller Creek Design Competition. We published Maxthreads design for Kaohsiung Taiwan – Infiltrated Cultural and Ecological Urbanism along with the realised design for Leicester Square City Quarter in London by Burns + Nice.

Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates with Thomas Phifer & Partners wins Waller Creek Design Competition

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2012 In Review | May

May saw us publish a range of projects including the beautifully rendered St Peter’s Square design competition won by Latz + Partner along with Gandhi Park in Spain by Green Effect Landscape Architects & Josep Selga Landscape Studio. We also published Tichnun-Nof Landscape Architects railway park in Jerusalem that reused the main elements on the route were the remaining lines which were considerably well preserved, this included the iron tracks.

Latz + Partner win St Peter’s Square design competition

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2012 In Review | January

We have selected three projects from each month that we published in 2012. First off is January with studio a+i winning design for the AIDS Memorial, Michael Maltzan with Tom Leader Studio winning submission for St. Petersburg Pier and Warrior Square Gardens by Gillespies. 


St.Petersburg Pier design competition winner | “The Lens” design by Michael Maltzan Architecture with Tom Leader Studio.

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Design Competition for Hong Kong’s proposed cycleway parking areas

The proposed cycleway in Hong Kong’s New Territories is holding a design competition to contribute innovative conceptual design of cycle parking racks and layout of the cycle parking areas that can be blended into the design of the entry/exit hubs and resting stations.

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West 8 wins Fort Mason Center design competition

West 8 wins Fort Mason design competition
Fort Mason Center has selected West 8 as the winner of its 2012 design competition for the 13-acre waterfront campus in San Francisco. The three-month long competition sought creative and practical design concepts to further enliven and integrate the site. The design will enable Fort Mason Center to realize its full potential, both as a vital and stimulating location for arts and culture, and as an attractive destination for enjoyment of the site.
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