Wanda Vista Hefei | Hefei, China | WCPRI & IMG3

June 10, 2017,AEDT

The core concept of Wanda Vista Hefei is to create cultural tourism products with local characteristics. In respect of the local ecological environment as well as heritage of local context, according to local unique Chaohu wetland natural condition and human resources in Huizhou, the landscape design of Wanda Vista Hefei | Read More

KeySCAPE LandCADD software gives Landscape Architects more time

May 22, 2017,AEDT

Keysoft’s KeySCAPE LandCADD software gives Landscape Architects more time for thoughtful design and the firms they work for save money by automating menial tasks, improving accuracy, and easing revisions when working with architects and civil engineers. KeySCAPE LandCADD adds ribbons, buttons, and commands specific to landscape architect’s and designer’s needs | Read More

Oxford Brookes University – A step change in campus design

August 12, 2016,AEDT

The redevelopment of the Headington Campus at Oxford Brookes University is as much a complete overhaul of the teaching ethos and environment as it is simply an inspiration and joy to those who visit it. This £134 million project is at the heart of the University’s transformative ‘Space to Think’ | Read More

RFP | Master for Singapore’s Second CBD

July 14, 2016,AEDT

This week the Urban Redevelopment Authority (URA) launched a Request for Proposal (RFP), inviting multi-disciplinary teams to develop master plan proposals for Singapore’s Jurong Lake District. URA is looking for multi-disciplinary teams to develop proposals for a Jurong Lake District Master Plan. A key focus of this master planning exercise | Read More

Flushing Saltworks: Reforming the Coastal Horizon, Queens, New York

May 17, 2016,AEDT

Flushing Saltworks envisions to create flexible and ecological urban form –a landscape based urbanism- on the horizon of Flushing Bay in New York City. Employing morphology and performance of saltwork ecologies, the site is fabricated with fluid urban fabrics and pond typologies to integrate urban hydrology and estuarine ecology. The | Read More

The Tiger Glen Garden: A Garden with a Story to Tell

March 14, 2016,AEDT

The Tiger Glen Garden is a courtyard garden in the new wing of the Johnson Museum of Art. The design uses a minimalist palette of stone and moss to evoke an ancient Chinese parable known as the Three Laughers of the Tiger Glen. As such, the garden is not simply | Read More

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