VIDEO | Spring at Vancouver International Airport featuring Sharp & Diamond

Spring has sprung in much of the Northern Hemisphere and to celebrate Vancouver International Airport (YVR) has produced a short video featuring Randy Sharp from Sharp & Diamond who have partnered closely with YVR Airport Authority for more than 20 years while providing prime consultant design services, management, and overseeing landscape implementation.

Spring has sprung at YVR from YVR Media Relations on Vimeo.

VIDEO | Landscapes of Cohabitation on Antiparos Island | Greece | doxiadis+


How does one build on the stark beauty of a Cycladic landscape without destroying it? This project seeks an answer to that very question.
Placing such a rich development programme on this highly sensitive site necessitates a careful examination of the natural and historic elements which characterise the landscape: the amphitheatrical circle of hills, the seasonal streams, the juniper trees and frigana vegetation, the pezoules (agricultural terraces) and the xerolithies (dry stone walls).
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Bosques de Sta. Fe | México City México | Huatán

Bosques de Sta. Fe | México City México | Huatán

The objective in this project was to create a unique space in the main entrance of the house and for that we found inspiration in the volcanic gardens, we chose magnolias, ferns, salvias and rosemary so we could make a multi-sensory space where you could touch, smell, see, eat, and hear the garden.

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VIDEO | Michael Van Valkenburgh on Landscape Urbanism


Michael Van Valkenburgh explains Landscape Urbanism in a short video to Popular Mechanics as part of Detroit 2025: After the Recession, a City Reimagined

Sloping House | Auvergne France | atelier 37.2


Sloping House is a makeshift shelter that clings to the side of an extinct volcano in the Puy de Serveix, in France’s Massif Central. Built from recycled timber by the artists themselves, this sculptural one-person refuge, seems to erupt from the grassy slope, as if the structure’s wooden planks are being flung out of the earth only to reform into the neat lines of an archetypal hut.
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