City Park in Bradford, designed by Gillespies landscape architects and urban designers on behalf of Bradford Council and supported by a multi-disciplinary design team, was officially launched on March 24th 2012. The landmark public space contains the largest city-centre water feature anywhere in the UK, a 4,000sq m mirror pool, and the UK’s tallest urban fountain which reaches a spectacular 100ft.
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The proposed Colorado Avenue Esplanade Project will integrate the Expo Light Rail into the Downtown, streamlining the existing intersection functions and guiding passengers to their business, shopping, cultural and entertainment destinations. The project accomplishes this with a combination of major urban design improvements at the Downtown Expo Station Plaza and along Colorado Avenue between 4th Street and Ocean Avenue. The improvements organize and simplify the flow of pedestrians, vehicles and bicycles, and provide more detailed directional cues such as new signage and green street improvements that clarify pathways, improve wayfinding, enhance landscaping, and provide public art.
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BIG + Times Square Alliance + Flatcut + Local Projects and Zumtobel celebrate the Valentine’s Day with an interactive heart installation at Times Square, New York utilizing the flow of people, air and touch to bring the heart to life.
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Call for Artists to participate in a Public Art Initiative to be implemented in Industrial Zones between 2012 and 2018. The 14 industrial zones where the public art initiatives will be undertaken are Bulebel, Kirkop, Attard, Hal Far, Kordin, Luqa, Marsa, Mosta Technopark, Mriehel, San Gwann, SAP, Ta Dbiegi, Ta Qali, and Xewkija. Site visits may also be held on demand for the purpose of ensuring that interested parties are clear on the actual location indicated.
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