Canterbury Cathedral Landscape Design Competition


Canterbury Cathedral is England’s first Cathedral and Mother Church; it welcomes over a million visitors a year. The Canterbury Cathedral Landscape Design Competition is an exciting initiative, which seeks to find the best design team to re-imagine and reinvigorate the existing setting. It is a rare opportunity to bring fresh thinking and new ideas to the landscape of one of England’s most famous buildings.

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Vauxhall Missing Link Design Competition winner announced


Back in April we reported that 3 entries from over 100 had been short-listed for the RIBA Vauxhall The Missing Link Design Competition. The RIBA announced recently that erect architecture with J&L Gibbons has won with their entry. London based Erect Architecture and J&L Gibbons will now work with Vauxhall One to re-design the public realm in the Vauxhall area of Nine Elms on the South Bank.

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This Week In Landscape | 9 June 2013

Garden That Climbs The Stairs by Balmori Associates IMAGE CREDIT Iwan-Baan

‘Garden That Climbs The Stairs’ by Balmori Associates | IMAGE CREDIT | Iwan Baan

This Week in Landscape – your weekly update of landscape links from around the world…..

Meet The 13 Designers On Fast Company’s Most Creative People List | Belinda Lanks | Fast Co. Design
Diana Balmori (Principal – Balmori Associates) made the #3 spot on Fast Company’s 2013 Most Creative People List

ISTANBUL’S AWFUL PLANS | Daniel Jost | Landscape Architecture Magazine
“The bloody protests in Turkey aren’t just about urban design, but it was a plan to redesign Taksim Square that sparked the original demonstrations.”

A Restorative Landscape for Stamford | Will Belcher, RLA | OLIN blog
“Residents gathered for a weekend of festivities along the banks of Mill River, commemorating the long anticipated 14-acre park and river restoration by the Army Corps of Engineers and park design by OLIN”

“Urban Forest” by Jieun Yang and Ji Young Kim | First Street Green
“FIRST STREET GREEN is pleased to announce to the winning proposal for the 2013 PUBLIC SUMMER Pavilion, “Urban Forest” by Jieun Yang and Ji Young Kim. This proposal is currently being reviewed by NYC Parks & Recreation and is pending approval from DPR.”

“THE HIGH LINE’S RESPONSIBLE FOR NEW YORK’S BEST UPCOMING ARCHITECTURE” | Dezeen
“designer Stephen Burks takes us to the High Line and explains how the elevated park is helping to transform the surrounding areas of the city.” (needs to remember the Highline was designed by JCFO not just DSR)

Five Modernist Landscape Architects | G. Ryan Smith | Land 8
“Below are five modernist landscape architects whose work you should be familiar with….”

Exploring Melbourne’s underlying landscape | Zoe Nikakis | The Age
“Different Australian landscapes, the ways in which they came into being and the people who were instrumental in their creation are the focus of Dr Saniga’s book, the first in-depth look at Australian landscape architecture.”

Working in China: A Chat with Barry | Archinect
A chat with Barry Witherspoon, a landscape architect and contributing author at Archinect. Barry has been living and working as an architect in China and talks about his experiences. (version previously appeared in Landscape Architecture Magazine.


Building 877, the Island’s largest non-historic building, was imploded at 7:36 AM on Sunday, June 9. The implosion of Building 877, the tallest non-historic building on Governors Island will open up extraordinary views of the Statue of Liberty. (Watch Video from 22:20)

 

Peace Pavilion | London Festival of Architecture | Atelier Zündel Cristea

IMAGE CREDIT | ArchTriumph

ArchTriumph is announcing the exhibition of the showcase “Peace Pavilion” in the Museum Gardens in Bethnal Green, London. The Pavilion hopes to highlight the importance of Peace and Co-existence and also shade a positive light on the vibrant communities around this creative hub.
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EXHIBITION | Green Fuse: The Work of Dan Pearson 25 May – 20 October

Green Fuse: The Work of Dan Pearson from Dan Pearson Studio on Vimeo.

The exhibition at the Garden Museum in London, explores the breadth and depth of Dan Pearson’s landscape design, tracing the roots of his career as a plantsman and designer, looking at his education and influences and focusing on a number of key projects and their inspiration.

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This Week in Landscape | 2 June 2013

Another week of great landscape content on the web. Here are our picks of the week…

Urbanism and the Landscape Architect | Mark Hough | Planetizen
“Landscape architects are not given nearly enough recognition for being urbanists.”

How Big Is That Park? City Now Has the Answer | Lisa W. Foderaro | NY Times
“Over the last three years, the New York City Department of Parks and Recreation has been remeasuring every park in the system”

Edible Bus Stop opens as part of Chelsea Fringe | Landscape Institute
“The newly opened Edible Bus Stop on Lambeth’s Landor Road, is the first of the capital’s ‘pocket parks’ to be completed with matched funding from the Mayor’s Pocket Park Programme.”

City Shaping VI: In 21st Century Toronto, There is Momentum | Charles A. Birnbaum | Huffington Post
“As part of this transformation, what’s particularly noteworthy is Toronto’s use of landscape architecture as a development catalyst, especially along the city’s waterfront.”

The City and the Sea | Tom Vanderbilt | PLACES
“And as Hurricane Sandy showed, the sea will not be forgotten. At a parking lot under the FDR Drive, where a few months earlier I had queued for locally sourced tacos at the New Amsterdam Market, Craft told me the water would have been over our heads.”

Landscape Architect Finds Her Creativity Working In A Small Space | Bill Motchan | The Chicago Architecture Blog
“I love working with clients and learning their vision so I get to execute their vision,” she said.”

Renderings Revealed for Main Street at Brooklyn Bridge Park | Jessica Dailey | Curbed NY
Brooklyn Bridge Park’s plans for expansion of its Main Street section were unveiled at a recent community board meeting.

Designing cities for better health: If you build it, they will walk | Dave McGinn | The Globe and Mail
“Many Canadian cities have also officially adopted the new urban planning thinking, especially Toronto, where the public health department released a report in 2011 on how communities shape the health of residents….”

BOOK REVIEW | Recycling Spaces Curating Urban Evolution

BOOK REVIEW | Recycling Spaces Curating Urban Evolution

Recycling Spaces: Curating Urban Evolution: The Work of Martha Schwartz Partners by Emily Waugh published by ORO is a book of selected projects by Martha Schwartz Partners and their relationship to cities.

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