WLA #06 Landscape Architecture Quarterly Magazine

We have just published the #06 edition of  WLA Landscape Architecture Quarterly Magazine. #06 includes projects from Stoss Landscape Urbanism, Gustafson Porter, Boffa Miskell, HOSPER, Claude Cormier + Associes, KBP.EU | Karres en brands and Polyform, Volkert, Cardno S.P.L.A.T., Hostetler Zhang Studer and SHMA.

#06 include a wide variety of scales and programs of built and unbuilt projects including urban design, recreational design, urban sqaures,  riverfronts, public art, and a hotel in Tibet. WLA #06 is like the preceding editions which showcase projects from across the world including USA, UK, Denmark, China, Canada, Taiwan, Australia, New Zealand, Belgium and Tibet.

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Drs. Julian & Raye Richardson Apartments | San Francisco USA | Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture

Drs. Julian and Raye Richardson Apartments | San Francisco USA | Andrea Cochran Landscape Architecture

IMAGE CREDIT: Bruce Damonte

On a half-acre site in an up-and-coming San Francisco neighborhood, the Drs. Julian and Raye Richardson Apartments provide a dignified new home for formerly homeless adults. The 120-unit, GreenPoint-Rated building offers supportive services such as a counselling center, an on-site medical suite, a job training program, and employment opportunities through the building’s bakery and cafés. In addition to their individual studios, each with a full bathroom and kitchenette, residents enjoy common amenities such as a large courtyard garden, a roof deck, laundry facilities, a lounge, and a large community room – all fully accessible to people with disabilities.

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MAKING SPACE Symposium | September 27-28 2012

MAKING SPACE Symposium | September 27-28, 2012

The familiar purview of design as it relates to the built environment is the making of space in a material and experiential sense.  This shaping of physical urban form is the accumulated product of a range of disciplinary capacities and expertise – architecture, landscape architecture, urban planning, engineering, fine arts and communication design among many others. Professional capacity, in this context, is most often deployed in response to the explicit demands or implicit desires of a client or program, characterizing design primarily as a responsive, service-based method.

Jardín Celta | Jinzhou China | laND30

Jardín Celta | Jinzhou China | laND30
The Celtic garden was awarded in IFLA’s (International Federation of Landscape Architecture) international competition of landscape architecture and is going to be part of a 176 large park built on the occasion of the 2013 universal landscape art exhibition taking place in Jinzhou, China.

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Out/In/Front:Landscape Leading Exhibition

Out/In/Front:Landscape Leading Exhibition

View of Seattle from Gas Works Park | flickr user london road

The Landscape Architecture Professional Advisory Council and the University of Washington Department of Landscape Architecture are sponsoring an exhibit of emerging landscape architectural projects by northwest practitioners.  OUT/in/FRONT: Landscape Leading is open to all projects, proposals, or activities where the work of landscape architects plays a prime role (contractual or not) in shaping the built environment in northwest USA. If you live in Seattle put the 8th October in your diary for the Exhibition Opening.

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