WLA 2014 Outlook Survey | Results: Confident

January 21, 2014,AEDT

Recently, World Landscape Architecture surveyed its readers about their confidence going into 2014. And the results are in – with readers confident about the year ahead with 40.98% stating they are Confident and 12.7% seemly Very Confident about 2014;  40.98% of responders feel the 2014 outlook was OK, 11.07% Not Confident | Read More

Pier Head Public Realm | Liverpool UK | AECOM

August 12, 2013,AEDT

The successful regeneration of the 2.5 hectare area, which forms part of the city’s protected World Heritage Site, has involved a complete redesign of the public space and the construction of the first major urban canal extension in the UK in a generation. The drama of the new waterway threaded | Read More

Bellamy Park | Vlissingen Netherlands | OKRA

July 29, 2013,AEDT

The location of Bellamy Park in Vlissingen is unique, certainly in the Netherlands and because of its relation to the Western Scheldt and the sea. The Bellamy Park, the de Ruyterplein and the Beursplein in Vlissingen form an ensemble of spaces in the context of a changing maritime town. The | Read More

Salwator Square | Kraków Poland | Land-Arch Partnership

May 3, 2013,AEDT

This area is located in one of Krakow’s historical districts, though not directly in the city center. This pleasant, neighborhood required an eye-catching space that would reflect it’s original charm. Salwator district was based on the garden-city concept and now still is one of the more pleasant places in Kraków.

EVENT | George W. Bush Presidential Center Dedication

April 25, 2013,AEDT

The dedication ceremony for George W. Bush Presidential Center will be held today including a parkland designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates. The design reflects the Bush’s love for their native Texas landscape and includes trees from their ranch tree farm. MVVA have spent over 2 and half years on site | Read More

New York AIDS Memorial Update

March 29, 2013,AEDT

The AIDS Memorial design has recently been updated with the loss of the ivy and flowering plants. studio A+I is still the design firm in charge of developing the design for the memorial, with the design progressing with retention of the overall form and linear benches but has lost the | Read More

2012 In Review | June

December 27, 2012,AEDT

In June we published the most amazing project of 2012 – Gardens by the Bay in Singapore designed by Grant Associates which won the World Building of the Year at WAF. June also saw Herzog & de Meuron and Ai Weiwei’s 2012 Serpentine Gallery Pavilion and West 8’s Jubilee Gardens open in London.

2012 In Review | February

December 25, 2012,AEDT

February gave us the opportunity to publish BIG’s Valentines Day installation in NYC, Edge Park by W Architecture and Landscape Architecture and Narrabeen Multi-Use Trail by ASPECT Studios.

2012 In Review | January

December 24, 2012,AEDT

We have selected three projects from each month that we published in 2012. First off is January with studio a+i winning design for the AIDS Memorial, Michael Maltzan with Tom Leader Studio winning submission for St. Petersburg Pier and Warrior Square Gardens by Gillespies. 

Gardens by the Bay and Kallang River Bishan Park win World Architecture Festival Awards

October 6, 2012,AEDT

This week the World Architecture Festival has been under way and yesterday the festival awards were announced with Kallang River Bishan Park, Singapore winning the landscape prize and Gardens by the Bay, Singapore winning World Building of the Year. Kallang River Bishan Park by Atelier Dreiseitl won the landscape prize as the judges deemed “This remarkable project fundamentally transforming | Read More

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