wHY wins the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition

August 1, 2017,AEDT

The Ross Development Trust together with the City of Edinburgh Council today announced the winner of the Ross Pavilion International Design Competition to be the team led by US-based design practice wHY. The five-month search for an outstanding team for the £25m Ross Pavilion and West Princes Street Gardens project | Read More

Steve Schutt | Hansen Partnership | Director | Landscape Architecture

July 18, 2017,AEDT

Recently WLA sat down with Steve Schutt for a WLA landscape architect profile. Steve is a registered landscape architect with extensive experience in Australia and internationally. He is skilled and experienced in the delivery of a broad array of projects across the fields of public domain design, residential landscapes, educational | Read More

Radbahn | A journey from Zoo to Oberbaumbrücke in Berlin

July 4, 2017,AEDT

Radbahn will transform the forgotten space along Berlin’s famous U1 elevated subway line into a major urban thoroughfare and create a space for contemporary mobility, innovation and leisure. A journey from Zoo to Oberbaumbrücke Radbahn runs through a city that is constantly changing. It is therefore logical that a number | Read More

topio7 wins cemetery regeneration design competition

June 27, 2017,AEDT

The project “the elastic limit” from the architectural and landscape firm “topio7” was awarded with the 1st Prize at the competition for the “Regeneration and Reuse of the former Cemetery of Neapoli – Athens” The competition’s site has a special importance for the city’s collective memory because of its past | Read More

Woodbury University partners with WLA 

April 18, 2017,AEDT

World Landscape Architecture (WLA) is proud to announce that Woodbury University has joined World Landscape Architecture as a partner for 2017. Their support helps us to continue publishing landscape architecture news, competitions and projects from across the world. Woodbury University’s School of Architecture is distinguished by its multiple locations at the heart | Read More

KCAP wins international design competition ‘Sewoon District #4’ in Seoul, Korea

March 7, 2017,AEDT

KCAP Architects&Planners has won the international design competition to redevelop ‘Sewoon District #4’ area in Seoul, Korea into a sustainable mixed-use area combining urban manufacturing and respecting its cultural heritage. That was announced by the Seoul Metropolitan Government today. Flexible, people-oriented design that starts from historic and cultural values KCAP‘s | Read More

Acacia Place invites the public in to shared and activated communal spaces

February 22, 2017,AEDT

Acacia Place, is an award winning, mixed use/apartment village on a unique Elm tree gladed bend of the Yarra River in Abbotsford. The project comprises three residential buildings – Eden, Haven and Sanctuary, all carefully sited to a well-considered public open space masterplan intentionally activated by  cafes, retail and some | Read More

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