Tying together six townhouses on the site of an old autobody shop in Vancouver’s Strathcona neighbourhood, Koo’s Courtyard provides a small community with its social heart. The design challenge was | Read More
“The Petite Camargue is a landscape whose characteristics have been moulded by human settlement and activities over time: it’s an essential economic and environment interdependence. One of these activities, the salt production, | Read More
Postindustrial Landscapes from Kelly Flanagan on Vimeo. “This is a short clip of a longer documentary on the Architectural Association Visiting School’s workshop at the Academy of Art University’s School | Read More
The planning concept for the park is an expression of the traces of its past and the important moments of its history. The esplanade also highlights the spirit of place found in the contemporary urban grid of the neighborhood. The park becomes a witness to the site’s history, commemorating it through three key landscape elements: the river and its piers, the vestiges of former railways lines, and the historic city in development.
In the old abattoir of Rome- today the Museum of Contemporary Art- two public gardens dealing with botanical spontaneity. On the occasion of Enel contemporanea 2012, an international art event | Read More
Minneapolis Parks Foundation recently announced the shorlist for the Water Works park schematic design project. The three shortlisted teams include Gustafson Guthrie Nicol with VJAA and Interboro (Seattle/Minneapolis/New York); SCAPE with | Read More
At its economic and political height during the mid-20th century, Cleveland, Ohio had a population of nearly 1 million people and was building and investing in infrastructure and civic projects | Read More
Vanke’s latest commercial project in Beijing – The ‘Funmix’ Shopping Centre – is aiming to change Beijing’s standard approach to shopping malls and commercial precincts. As its name suggests Vanke | Read More