This Weeks landscape architecture links from around the world…. Designing the Urban Landscape To Meet 21st Century Challenges | Diane Toomey | Yale Environment 360 Martha Schwartz, a professor at Harvard’s Graduate School of Design, explains in a Yale Environment | Read More
this weeks landscape links from around the world The Green Team Part 5: Tree Tag…You’re It! | Lisa DuRussel | Metropolis Magazine ….there comes a time when a landscape architect moves out from behind her drawing set, turns off AutoCAD, | Read More
Ecological design is an integral part of landscape architecture and there is a need to explain the basics to students and those looking for a simple guide. Rottle and Yocom’s book – Basics Landscape Architecture 02: Ecological Design is a great | Read More
Pinterest is a great way to curate images for the office image library and projects. Starting is as easy as setting up a user account and then creating ‘Boards‘ which are like categories for your images so for landscape office | Read More
The first legacy project to be delivered after the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games recently opened at Three Mills Green in Stratford. Wild Kingdom is a unique and distinctive new play area where children can really let their imagination | Read More
Zeytouneh Square | Image Credit | Tony El hagev Zeytouneh Square is one of four squares in a sequence of connected urban spaces along the Shoreline Walk, which forms an important part of the reconstruction of the Beirut city centre. The area suffered | Read More
Guymer Bailey has designed the landscape of the Maroochy Botanic Gardens Arts and Ecology Centre as both an educational experience and as a means for people to enjoy the natural features of the Botanic Gardens and surrounding bushland.
LESS (Local-area Envisioning and Sustainability-scoring System) is a design decision-making framework developed by HASSELL to generate sustainable design solutions that lessen emissions, use of resources and social disparity.
This project was an opportunity to bring together the laying out of a long linear landscape that crosses different, well defined, territories, and a more universal reflection on the reading of the landscape through a strong and structuring element like the Berry | Read More
The financial crisis over the last 4-5 years has been a trying time across the world for the landscape architecture profession with many landscape architects loosing their jobs due to slow downs, firm mergers & consolidations and government budget cuts. Many | Read More