STUDENT PROJECT | Spoiled Islands | Chiara Feliz Di Palma

January 18, 2014,AEDT

For New York–a metropolis realized on its maritime potentialities–oceanic borders now threaten America’s most populous region and premiere city. Illustrated through the ongoing havoc and devastation caused by tropical storm Sandy, in New York City climate change has become an irrevocable reality. In response to this unprecedented environmental crisis Spoil Islands envisions landscape | Read More

Urban Food Jungle | AECOM

October 2, 2013,AEDT

Our rapidly urbanizing world is faced with a very real challenge — supporting a larger population with fewer resources. The UN reports that by 2050, the global population will swell to 9.1 billion — with 6.3 billion people predicted to live in urban areas.  This unprecedented urban growth requires a | Read More

Construction starts on Naturbad Riehen by Herzog & de Meuron

April 9, 2013,AEDT

Construction has started on Naturbad Riehen, a natural swimming pool for the municipality of Riehen. A project that dates back to the founding of Herzog & de Meuron in 1978. After winning a competition in 1979 and developing several unrealized projects in the following years, Herzog & de Meuron were | Read More

Man-Built Islands Dongqian Lake | Ningbo China | HASSELL

November 14, 2012,AEDT

Dongqian Lake, a water reservoir supplying the residents of Ningbo, requires regular dredging which results in a large quantity of by-product. The local authorities recognised an opportunity to use this by-product for the creation of a man-made island within the lake. The Ningbo Planning Bureau for Dongqian Lake Tourist and Holiday | Read More

River Fleet Square | London UK

October 11, 2012,AEDT

River Fleet Square would provide a contemporary urban focus to unlock regeneration potential and highlight the quality of the existing surrounding buildings and views to St Paul’s Cathedral. This proposal utilises an existing open space at the junction of Farringdon Road and Clerkenwell Road (London, EC1) by covering over the current deep | Read More

City College of New York and Rutgers win Parks for the People Competition

September 22, 2012,AEDT

City College of New York and Rutgers, were honored with Awards of Excellence for their entries Van Alen Institute: Projects in Public Architecture and the U.S. National ParkService are pleased to announce the winners of Parks for the People: A Student Competition to Reimagine America’s National Parks. Eight student and faculty teams | Read More

Jerusalem Railway Park | Tichnun-Nof Landscape Architects

May 15, 2012,AEDT

The city of Jerusalem has a wealth of sites and spectacular places packed with history and interest. However, at the same time the city has a history full of conflict, functional problems, context and intricate ethnic relationships.The route of the Turkish train’s railway lines in the city of Jerusalem’s boundaries | Read More

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