Pioneer Park | Mesa, Arizona | Dig Studio

March 1, 2017,AEDT

Historic Pioneer Park is primed for a major infusion of capital funding. Currently a neglected, but critical public open space that borders the western edge of Mesa’s reinvigorated downtown, the re-design of Pioneer Park sets out to carefully blend history with originality and redefine how a play experience should look, | Read More

Centennial Plaza: Reimagining the Heart of Midland, Texas

January 8, 2017,AEDT

In the heart of downtown Midland, Texas, a team of designers were engaged by Bond Partners and the City of Midland to reconceive an underutilized city block into a catalyst for urban transformation and to serve as a model for the sustainable use of natural resources in the region. As | Read More

Floating Above a Freeway, Innovative New Park Celebrates Walkability in Atlanta

October 19, 2016,AEDT

Designed by ROGERS PARTNERS Architects+Urban Designers with Nelson Byrd Woltz Landscape Architects, Buckhead Park Over GA400 is a new genre of urban infrastructure; built atop a highway, it strategically connects existing commercial/retail centers, mass-transit hubs, and potential development sites around an environmentally-responsible green core. Slicing through the heart of the | Read More

Duke Sculpture Park by West 8 in Durham, USA

July 21, 2016,AEDT

Duke University’s 8000-acre campus is renowned on many levels—its breathtaking neo-gothic architecture, the Olmsted brothers’ splendid landscape plan, and an edenic setting within the greater matrix of the Duke Forest. Campus life shifts between East and West, with the Olmsted Brothers’ designed Campus Drive as the meandering link between.

Transforming a traditional cemetery into a contemporary park

April 18, 2016,AEDT

Cemeteries were once designed for a few, and looked only to the past. Bunurong Memorial Park transforms the conventional to create a contemporary community park for all, for everyday use, for walking and playing, in addition to being a most special place to memorialise the lives of those now passed. | Read More

Open Hearth Park at the Former Sydney Tar Ponds

February 5, 2016,AEDT

For nearly a century, the shores along Sydney Harbor bordered one of North America’s largest steel mills and coke ovens, making the steel industry an integral part of the region’s economy and culture. But when the plants closed in 2001, they left tons of industrial waste behind, creating a deep | Read More

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