Lehae Park is situated to the south of Johannesburg in the context of a new government-housing scheme. At the time of commissioning of the design, less than half of the residential units were constructed but the first members of the community had been moved into the area.
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The Suneden Sensory Playspace is demonstrative of what can be achieved on a modest budget, when landscape architects re-imagine standard building material into amazing new play opportunities. Suneden Sensory Playspace is the result of the imagination and innovation WAX Design and the local community. Using a tiny budget and community support, WAX Design has created an amazing 200m2 playspace that excites, simulates and challenges the various abilities of the students at the school.
The unique and entertaining designs use a host of standard building and landscape material to create a series of outdoor rooms that incorporate explorative and sensory activities that help to improve student’s body awareness, problem solving, cognition, creativity, enhance their overall learning abilities and above all increase their happiness.
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Stoss Landscape Urbanism celebrated the opening of Thomas J Sweeney Playground on Thursday, May 29. Families from the neighborhood joined Boston Mayor Martin J. Walsh in cutting the ribbon to the newly redesigned public park as children enjoyed the playground’s poured-in-place rubber surface and newly installed benches, fountains, and rope structures.
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Miller Company Landscape Architects designed a new playground at Lafayette Park, located in the heart of San Francisco’s Pacific Heights neighborhood. The playground is a child-oriented landscape that connects nature to a child’s sense exploration, adventure, and fantasy.
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We often get asked for discounted back copies of WLA magazine editions and we have decided to start issuing WLA in 4 edition volume sets. The first volume includes WLA #01 through #04 (01,02,03 & 04) with over 270 pages of projects from around the world. Projects published in Volume 1 include the 9/11 Memorials, Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition entries from STOSS, Turenscape, TLS/KVA and Ken Smith Workshop, Woodland Discovery Playground, Chenshan Botanic Gardens, The Australian Garden, Darling Quarter, Stockholmsporten, Stone River, King Street Revitalisation, Path Through the Forest, Central Delaware Riverfront Masterplan and many more. Firms featured in Volume 1 include Gustafson Porter, BIG, AECOM, BDP, HASSELL, PWP, James Corner Field Operations, Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, ACT, OLIN, Piet Oldouf, ASPECT Studios, Sasaki, Claude Cormier and many more.
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