Damage control – Haaretz

Haaretz reports

The planners behind the recently opened section of Road 6 did their best to reduce the highway’s impact on the environment but admit that ‘irreversible damage’ was done

The planning concept included a comprehensive approach to landscape, out of a desire to minimize damage to plant and animal life. To reduce the amount of digging and filling in, 14 bridges with a combined length of 2.5 kilometers were erected, and three tunnels for the passage of animals were dug.

read the full article at the SOURCE: Damage control – Haaretz – Israel News

Landscape Architecture Rising | ENR: Engineering News Record | McGraw-Hill Construction

The ENR: Engineering News Record looks at landscape architecture and how the profession is causing a shift in the way projects are designed. Landscape architects are bringing skills and ideas to projects but most of all vision, not just accepting the design given to them to place  the’green’ but also collaborating with architects, engineers and other professionals to create better design solutions for projects.

The ENR article begins……

Need to stop flooding or reduce stormwater runoff and sewer overflows? Looking to ease demand on treatment plants and avoid the cost of expansion? Seeking cleaner air or water? Interested in recharging an aquifer, rebuilding a shoreline or remediating a brownfield? Trying to stem highway pollution? Need to rebalance a watershed or ecosystem?…..

read the remainder of the article at the SOURCE: ENR: Engineering News Record  – McGraw-Hill Construction – Landscape Architecture Rising


Miami Beach opens its new South Pointe Park – Miami Travel Examiner

Miami Travel Examiner reports

“The Miami Beach Parks & Recreation Department paid $22.4 million to redesign and rebuild South Pointe Park, which reopened on March 22, 2009, after two years of construction.”

Hargreaves Associates landscape architects were part of the team for the redesign.

SOURCE:Miami Travel Examiner – Miami Beach opens its new South Pointe Park

Simple, fun, useful: why architects should be on Twitter – Architects Journal

Kieran Long has written a great opinion piece at Architects Journal Simple, fun, useful: why architects should be on Twitter

SOURCE: Architects Journal – Simple, fun, useful: why architects should be on Twitter
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Architecture Association – Lecture Series – Charles Waldheim

Planning, Ecology and the Emergence of Landscape
6pm – Lecture Hall, Architecture Association – 36 Bedford Square London

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