This Week in Landscape | 23 December 2012

December 23, 2012,AEST

This week of landscape links as we head toward 2013 Staten Island Landfill Park Proves Savior in Hurricane | Michael Kimmelman | NY Times During Hurricane Sandy, the Fresh Kills landfill on Staten Island absorbed a critical part of the | Read More

Boulder Civic Area Ideas Competition

December 19, 2012,AEST

The City of Boulder invites architects, planners, designers, artists, landscape architects and any and all other creative thinkers—both professionals and students—to participate in the Civic Area Ideas Competition to propose creative concepts for the future transformation of Boulder’s most expansive | Read More

31st Street Harbor | Chicago USA | AECOM

December 18, 2012,AEST

The 31st Street Harbor, one of the largest harbors built in Chicago in the last 50 years, transforms an underused portion of Lake Michigan lakeshore into a new public amenity. Unlike traditional harbors that are typically commercial ventures, this project | Read More

This Week in Landscape | 9 December 2012

December 9, 2012,AEST

This Weeks landscape architecture links from around the world…. Designing the Urban Landscape To Meet 21st Century Challenges | Diane Toomey | Yale Environment 360 Martha Schwartz, a professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, explains in a Yale Environment | Read More

Grand Park | Los Angeles USA | Rios Clementi Hale Studios

December 5, 2012,AEST

IMAGE CREDIT | Jim Simmons Grand Park’s landscape architecture and architecture by Rios Clementi Hale Studios creates a distinctive, interconnected, and inviting space. The design is inspired by the diversity of the people of the region, both explicitly and implicitly, in | Read More

Detroit Riverfront Design Competition | UPDATE

November 29, 2012,AEST

The American Institute of Architects Detroit’s Urban Priorities Committee (AIA-UPC) is conducting a design competition to redesign the riverfront of Detroit. The competition will focus on the area between Cobo Hall and the Renaissance Center and between Jefferson Avenue and | Read More

Celebrating 5 years of World Landscape Architecture

November 28, 2012,AEST

  World Landscape Architecture celebrates 5 years of  publishing landscape architecture projects, news, competitions and book reviews. Originally a blog named World Landscape Architect with a few readers has grown into a webzine of over 35,000 readers and our more | Read More

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