Chemin-Qui-Marche Lookout | Montreal Canada | GROUPE IBI-CHBA

January 21, 2014,AEST

The planning concept for the park is an expression of the traces of its past and the important moments of its history. The esplanade also highlights the spirit of place found in the contemporary urban grid of the neighborhood. The park becomes a witness to the site’s history, commemorating it through three key landscape elements: the river and its piers, the vestiges of former railways lines, and the historic city in development.

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‘Garden Bridge’ by Thomas Heatherwick unveiled

June 17, 2013,AEST

Thomas Heatherwick, Designer of the London 2012 Olympic Cauldron has revealed his design for a vegetated bridge across the Thames River in London. Heatherwick  said that “The idea is simple; to connect north and south London with a garden. We | Read More

Northside Park | Aiken USA | Pearson Russell Design Associates

February 15, 2013,AEST

Northside Park is located in Aiken, South Carolina approximately 2 miles from the city’s downtown core. The proposed sixty-four acre park is a decommissioned city dump that served the town for nearly fifty years until its closure in the 1980s.

A High Line for London winners announced

October 8, 2012,AEST

The Landscape Institute, Mayor of London and Garden Museum has announced Pop Down by Fletcher Priest Architects as the winner of the A High Line for London design competition. Fletcher Priest Architects designed Pop Down to “create an urban mushroom garden lit by sculptural glass-fibre mushrooms at | Read More

A High Line for London competition shortlist announced

October 1, 2012,AEST

A High Line for London design competition  launched by the Landscape Institute, Mayor of London and Garden Museum has announced the finalists shortlist of 20 designs selected from over 170 entries. Inspired by the success of New York’s High Line, an urban park which | Read More

Water Hazard: Out On The Fringe | moss

August 27, 2012,AEST

Water Hazard is an ongoing architectural research project by moss. They are studying water related issues to become better stewards of this most precious resource.

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