Last week we told you that 87 of the 90 submissions were eligible for entry into Zaryadye Park Design Competition. Yesterday, the jury held an eight-hour long meeting the Jury and selected six teams out of 90 applications. The main criteria was composition of a consortium, consisting of representatives of various specialties, and consortium portfolio. On 27 September 2013 the six participants will provide landscape and architectural concepts for Zaryadye park. After the technical expertise these projects will be presented to the Jury early November 2013. And later on the Winner will be involved in implementation of the project.
The six finalists include teams lead by:
Diller Scofidio + Renfro (USA)
MVRDV (the Netherlands)
ТПО РЕЗЕРВ (Russia)
West 8 (the Netherlands)
Gustafson Porter (UK)
IMAGE CREDIT | Зарядье / Zaryadye | © Институт медиа, архитектуры и дизайна “Стрелка” / Сергей Леонтьев
© Institute for media, architecture and design Strelka / Sergey Leontiev
Spring has sprung in much of the Northern Hemisphere and to celebrate Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has produced a short video featuring Randy Sharp from Sharp & Diamond who have partnered closely with YVR Airport Authority for more than 20 years while providing prime consultant design services, management, and overseeing landscape implementation.
Spring has sprung at YVR from YVR Media Relations on Vimeo.
According to the Jakarta Post, the former president of Indonesia BJ Habibie came out yesterday suggesting that urban planning laws were not enough and that urban planning requires better implementation.
The Jakarta Post reported that Habibie said
“Don’t assume that having a legal system is enough. It’s not. The main thing is implementation,” he said.
“Humans are the ones who created problems and humans are the ones who have to be able to solve the problems and nobody else,” he said.
The Jakarta Post also went on to report that
Indonesia has law on spatial planning but implementation has been poor. The capital city of Jakarta for example has only around 9.6 percent of open green areas, which is far from what the regulated 30 percent.
Read the full article at the SOURCE: Jakarta Post – Implementation crucial for urban planning: Habibie