This weeks round-up of landscape news from around the web.
Q+A> LAURIE OLIN | The Architect’s Newspaper
The Architect’s Newspaper interviews noted landscape architect discusses the profession and the state of public space today.
New Report Highlights Raft of Inspiring Examples of Transformative Actions by Cities and Local Governments | UNEP
A raft of transformative and inspiring policies by cities and local governments, which can assist in creating a sustainable 21st century, were spotlighted in a new report released today by ICLEI – Local Government for Sustainability and the UN Environment Programme (UNEP).
Habitats for harmony | Kim Wilkie | FT.com
Acclaimed landscape architect Kim Wilkie on two projects he has undertaken in fragile environments…
Parks Canada Launches New Learn to Camp Smartphone Application
Parks Canada has launched a new Smart phone App to help first time campers enjoy a camping trip to Canada’s national parks.
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The ALEXANDER S.ONASSIS PUBLIC BENEFIT FOUNDATION has launched Rethink Athens, a European architectural competition for the re-constitution of Athens city centre along the axis of Panepistimiou str., and invites all interested candidates fulfilling the eligibility criteria to register. Purpose of the Competition is the selection of the Architect (Person or legal entity), that will undertake the design of the architectural public space for the creation of a New City Center in Athens along the axis of Panepistimiou Street.
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Angel Cerezo’s graduation project at Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya (Barcelona). The project titled LINE looks to recover and design one historical street in Eindhoven, Netherlands.
Continue reading Student Project | LINE | Angel Cerezo
Plan Tide by Stijlgroep landscape and urban design is one of several projects selected by the jurors of the Suburbia 2.0 competition, an international competition for built and unbuilt residential landscapes. Suburbia 2.0 was held by James Rose Center for landscape architectural research and design. Plan Tide was former sports fields envisioned as unique and distinctive landscape orientated residential area.
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