Path Garden | Beijing China | Christopher Counts Studio with Jay Lee

Path Garden | Beijing China | Christopher Counts Studio with Jay Lee
The ‘Path Garden’ is designed to inspire visitors with a playful sense of wonder, excitement, and discovery. The engine of this design is a vertically and horizontally exaggerated path that guides visitors through a cinematic arrangement of bold chromatic juxtapositions of plants, water, topography, and garden structures typically experienced in larger landscapes.
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2012 LAGI competition winners announced

Scene Sensor | James Murray, Shota Vashakmadze

The organisers of LAGI,  an ideas competition to design a site-specific public artwork at Freshkills Park have announced the winners of the  2012 LAGI design competition. The winner is Scene-Sensor // Crossing Social and Ecological Flows – a series of Piezoelectric Generators (Thin Film and Embedded Wire) that can generate upto 5,500 MWh designed by James Murray and Shota Vashakmadze from Atlanta, USA.

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Shengli Oilfield Conference Center | Donying P.R.C. | Leedscape

Celebrity Park | Yan City P.R.C. | Leedscape

The project consists of four buildings new buildings and two existing buildings which combine to form a large central courtyard and a series of smaller courtyards. The overall layout demonstrates China’s traditional culture through a strong integration of architecture and site design. The building forms and proportions reflect traditional architectural characteristics and symbols with contemporary colors and sustainable materials. The resulting combination fully embodies the characteristics of internationalization.

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2012 London Olympics Legacy | North Park | erect architecture

2012 London Olympics | North Park | erect architecture

A design competition was held in late 2011 to create designs for the North Park Hub and Playground, the social focus of the northern part of the future Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park and a key resource for local residents after the 2012 Games. London-based firm erect architecture were chosen for their winning design concept to create a community hub building integrated into the parkland and river valley of the north park area.

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