Munthof Park | Antwerp Belgium | CLUSTER Landscape and Urbanism with ARA

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For years, square Munthof in the historical city center was an abandoned public garden, urgently in need of renovation. The place was known for its graffiti art works and was a favorite spot for drugs, junkies, vandalism. After a process of years with stakeholder participation from the neighborhood, the City of Antwerp organized a competition for a new park design.

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This Week In Landscape | 3 November 2013

Two ideas for New York | Diana Balmori | Aljeezera
The demands of urban life mean that the city must always reinvent itself; Diana Balmori weighs in on ways to save NYC

The Landscape Institute is publishing a position statement on the importance of landscape for public health.
‘Public Health and Landscape – Creating healthy places’, it is aimed primarily at public health teams and at policy makers. There will be a launch event on Tuesday 12 November.

Smooth growth: A challenge to traditional urban redevelopment | Natalie Moore | WBEZ91.5
Marshall Brown talks to WBEZ radio about a new approach that could allow neighborhoods such as Washington Park to gracefully accommodate depopulation.

British Artist Will Create A ‘New Icon’ For NYC In Hudson Yards | Jessica Dailey | Curbed NY
Thomas Heatherwick to design the artwork, which will be “a new icon for the city. Heatherwick will work with landscape architect Thomas Woltz of Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects to design the 4-acre plaza in which the artwork will be placed.

REBUILDING, IN MANY GUISES | Jennifer Reut | Landscape Architecture Magazine
In a lecture hall at New York University packed with politicians, planners, and students, an army of designers gathered Monday morning to show the initial stages of their ideas in the Rebuild by Design competition.

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STUDENT PROJECT | Landscape as Laboratory: Umbrellas | Taylor Becker

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Biannually, the Evergreen Museum and Library in Baltimore hosts “Sculpture at Evergreen,” an outdoor exhibit that grants local artists the opportunity to display their work on the grounds of the museum, creating a seasonal sculpture park for everyone to enjoy.

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WWF-UK Living Planet Centre and Headquarters Opens

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WWF-UK has today opened its new Living Planet Centre and Headquarters in Woking, with sustainable landscape design provided by UK landscape architects, Grant Associates. The landscape design approach for the 0.9-hectare site reflects a shared aspiration to develop a landscape and building that is integrated and responsive to the site whilst rooted in simple ecological design thinking.

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Box Hill Gardens Multi Purpose Area | Box Hill Australia | ASPECT Studios

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ASPECT Studios was commissioned by the City of Whitehorse to create an innovative space with a diverse array of recreation activities and events within the historic and well-loved gardens of Box Hill Gardens.

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