Landscape Institute Awards 2013 shortlist announced

Gardens by the Bay in Singapore | Grant Associates | ©Craig Sheppard

The Landscape Institute has announced the shortlist for the 2013 Awards with some great projects vying for the President’s Award including Gardens by the Bay in Singapore, the Olympic Park design for the 2016 Rio Olympics, Gorky Park in Moscow and the transformation of London’s Leicester Square. The winner will be announced on the 21st November at a lunchtime ceremony hosted by Wayne Hemingway
MBE.
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New Capability Brown website is launched as countdown to 300th Birthday celebrations

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A group of organisations, landowners and individuals have come together to create a website dedicated to the life and work of Lancelot ‘Capability’ Brown as the first step towards marking the 300th anniversary of his birth in 2016. The Capability Brown 300 Celebration and Festival websiteis being created by Kolab and will be completed in three phases.  Once completed it will be the first website to commemorate Brown’s work and legacy, provide an extensive directory of the many landscapes he created and host a portal of forthcoming events and activities taking place in the Birthday year.

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EVENT | Dominic Cole returns to the Eden Project for the Landscape Institute’s annual Jellicoe Lecture

Landscape architect Dominic Cole, the principal designer of the Eden Project, is to give the Landscape Institute’s third Jellicoe Lecture.  Returning to the unusual landform he helped transform 12 years ago he will provide a glimpse into the creative process behind the transformation of the former china clay pit into a truly spectacular landscape and visitor attraction.

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This Week In Landscape | 22 September 2013

A weekly update of some of what happened in Landscape Architecture this week….

Open City debate discusses ‘sterile London’ | Landscape Institute
“More than half of Londoners believe that London is a sterile city, respondents to a poll indicated in advance of the first ever Open City debate, held last night at the Landscape Institute.”

Introducing The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Boston | ASLA
“The Landscape Architect’s Guide to Boston, launched today by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA), offers insider information about these designed landscapes and others you may not have heard of.”

Lisbon Architecture Triennale: strictly no buildings allowed | Oliver Wainwright | Guardian
From sofas that swallow you up to a 3D-printed coral reef, the Triennale explores architecture beyond building. But is it all a bit too irreverent?

5 Public Landscape of Isamu Noguchi | Diana Budds | Dwell
“With a body of work spanning sculpture, dance, furniture, lightning, and landscapes, Isamu Noguchi is one of the most revered figures in the 20th-century canon.”


Park(ing) Day

Numerous Parking day stories appeared in the media as well as some anti-parking day stories. Here are just a few that we found:
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Connecting the Seven Lochs Wetland Park Design Competition

At almost 20 sq km the Seven Lochs Wetland Park will be Scotlandʼs largest urban nature park, and a major new destination for outdoor recreation. The Glasgow Institute of Architects (GIA) in association with Glasgow and Clyde Valley Green Network Partnership (GCVGNP) and Central Scotland Green Network (CSGN) are pleased to invite entries from design professionals and students to produce concept design proposals to connect two key sites within the Seven Lochs Wetland Park, a major new destination for outdoor recreation expected to attract over one million visitors per year.

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