STUDENT PROJECT | Edible Landscapes | Milkana Mladenova

December 7, 2013,AEDT

The study explores the application of edible plants in modern cities, in order to help understand today’s trends shaping the urban environment. Edible Landscaping is referred to as the practice of incorporating food – producing plants in the landscape. Fruit | Read More

This Week in Landscape | 25 November 2012

November 25, 2012,AEDT

Landscape links from around the world during this week Noble but different professions | Letter to the Editor | Washington Post Referring to a landscape architect as a “landscaper” is akin to calling an architect a carpenter. Both are noble | Read More

China to reach 50% urban population by 2015

March 30, 2010,AEDT

Recently Li Shouxin, director of the Development Planning Department stated that China’s urban population had reached 622 million by the end of 2009, with the urbanization rate standing at nearly 47 percent with the urban population growing by just under | Read More

Scotland releases simplified Planning Policy

February 8, 2010,AEDT

The Scottish Government recently launched a simplified planning document which replaces 17 separate planning policies. The new document sets out planning policy on topics such as housing, wind farms, flooding and the natural and built environment. Also published today is | Read More

Re:Vision Dallas winner announced

November 25, 2009,AEDT

Urban Re:Vision and the Central Dallas Community Development Corporation announced that “Forwarding Dallas” has been selected as the winning design from Re:Vision Dallas, an international design competition. The challenge, to transform a vacant inner-city block behind City Hall into a | Read More

Urbanization is inevitable process: Varma

November 10, 2009,AEDT

The Times of India reports According to Varma, “Urbanization is an inevitable process, according to recent research 90 per cent of urban growth is taking place in the developing world. But the present urban planning is not in consolidation of | Read More