Raise | Student Team – Law Yat Man (Michael), Or Chun Hin (Justin), Wong Chung Kwan, Wong Ka Po, Yim Wan Ting.
elusive, more problematic, and – in a way- more deeply meaningful than anything so easily boiled down to an image. All the three landscape installations: “Pipe me not”, “Six Degrees” and “Raise” have illustrated a series of dynamics and playful adventures with visitor’s interaction and with ironic meaning of the weight of balloon and soil; to remind and to encourage people to “Communicate” outside their circles and to give a chance for people to “Speak Up”. These landscape installations exemplify how direct observations of landscape, art and urban phenomena can blossom into artistic endeavors, human interaction investigations, and open-ended inquiries; offering a refreshing dimensions of experience to the perceivers. “me.you.we”
Continue reading STUDENT PROJECT | ArtAlive@Park 2014 – YOU.ME.WE | Hong Kong China | Hong Kong Design Institute
World Landscape Architecture is happy to announce Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. as a new partner and thank them for their support of World Landscape Architecture. Our partners make it possible for us to continue to publish great landscape architecture projects from across the world.
Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc. is the developer of Vectorworks software, a line of industry-specific CAD and BIM solutions that allow designers to easily capture, develop and communicate their ideas with accuracy and efficiency. One of their products, Vectorworks Landmark, offers an intuitive interface that lets you create dynamic 2D/3D designs with intelligent site-specific objects. The suite of precision drawing tools is easy to use, meaning you’ll be laying out plans, elevations, sections, and detail drawings in no time. Plus, you can analyze pre- and post-development site conditions, incorporate landscape plans, estimate proposed materials and work, and help clients visualize ideas using built-in objects, powerful databases, and flexible documentation features.
World Landscape Architecture thanks Nemetschek Vectorworks, Inc for their support and look forward to our partnership.
To create such a unique space out of the small area has been one of the main challenges for this project. One of the strategies is to give the new definition and artistic approach to ordinary landscape elements. One of that is the boundary wall. The boundary wall here is perceived not only as the demarcation line but also an art form which wrapping around the project.
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National Arboretum Canberra by Taylor Cullity Lethlean makes the 2014 WAF Awards shortlist | Image Credit ©John Gollings
The World Architecture Festival has announced the shortlist for all categories for the 2014 Awards. Landscape category always features some of the best projects from recent years. This years shortlist includes 11 projects from across the world. Firms shortlisted include Shma, turenscape, Taylor Cullity Lethlean, Cox Rayner Architects (3 Projects), Sweco Architects and more. Congratulations to all those firms shortlisted and good luck in October when the winners are announced.
For the Landscape Shortlist….
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Station 2: In Detail …“How does an untouched forest look like?”
The four landscape installations replace the former nature trail through a piece of forest in Vienna’s Zoo Schönbrunn and reflect four different aspects characterizing woodlands: dynamics, diversity, sustainability and cultural significance. The aim of the concept is to arouse interest through sensuous experience, to simultaneously stimulate reflection and communicate knowledge. Through this contemporary dialogue, the real experience remains central.
Continue reading Our Forest | Vienna Austria | Lindle Bukor