PS 234 Independence School Play Yard | New York, USA | Kan Landscape Design

March 27, 2015,AEDT

In the fall of 2014, KaN Landscape designed a new schoolyard for PS 234, located in historic TriBeCa in lower Manhattan. The school, which accommodates children from kindergarten through 5th grade, was in need of a new play yard with a diversity of sports opportunities and play experiences for all ages.

STUDENT PROJECT | The Petite Camargue, a new vision for industrial landscapes

March 21, 2015,AEDT

“The Petite Camargue is a landscape whose characteristics have been moulded by human settlement and activities over time: it’s an essential economic and environment interdependence. One of these activities, the salt production, has been present for centuries on the vast lagoons of Aigues-Mortes, and it has shaped the landscape. Salt marshes are wasteland from | Read More

Call for Celebration Creative for AILA`s 50th Anniversary

January 12, 2015,AEDT

Australian Institute of Landscape Architects (AILA) is seeking Expressions of Interest from individuals, practices, schools of landscape architecture, or collaborative teams to take on the role of Celebration Creative to curate the year of activities for AILA’s 50th anniversary in 2016. The role of Celebration Creative is to curate the year | Read More

2015 American Landscape Architecture School Rankings

January 11, 2015,AEDT

Every year, the American University Architecture School Rankings are released. This year has seen a shift in the rankings for Undergraduate and Graduate programs. With LSU taking top spot in Undergraduate from Pennsylvania State and Cornell rising to third swapping places with Purdue (dropping from 3rd to 7th). In the graduate | Read More

This Week in Landscape | 10 August 2014

August 10, 2014,AEDT

Postindustrial Landscapes from Kelly Flanagan on Vimeo. “This is a short clip of a longer documentary on the Architectural Association Visiting School’s workshop at the Academy of Art University’s School of Architecture exploring Postindustrial Landscapes. During this 10 day intensive workshop, students and instructors designed a flying object with remote | Read More

LSU Professors receive grant to implement alternative Land Management Strategies

March 28, 2014,AEDT

Professor Elizabeth Mossop and Associate Professor Wes Michaels of the LSU Robert Reich School of Landscape Architecture have received a $242,399 grant from the New Orleans Redevelopment Authority (NORA) to research and implement ecologically and economically sustainable landscape designs on vacant land in New Orleans.

Call for Submissions | Inflection Journal

January 27, 2014,AEDT

Landscape architecture needs more publications and discourse about the built environment and it is heartening to see that the University of Melbourne School of Design is starting a new student run journal titled Inflection. The editors recently put out the call for submissions for various categories of material. In the inaugural issue | Read More

2014 Landscape Architecture School Rankings

November 8, 2013,AEDT

Its that time of year when Design Intelligence releases their annual rankings for the best design schools in North America. The rankings rate the design schools through surveying practitioners on which school they think is the best based on their hirings over the past 5 year. This year there has | Read More

Yi Zhong De Sheng Secondary School | Foshan China | Gravity Green

October 14, 2013,AEDT

For the past 2 millenniums, China had been a civilization of aristocratic social structure, with education being influenced by such a philosophy that knowledge was being passed on to younger generations almost in one-way setting. In the era of economic boom and globalization, however, there has been a dramatic education | Read More

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