MRDC | Stoss Landscape Urbanism: STREAMLINES

February 7, 2011,AEDT

Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition Finalist STREAMLINES is about the sheer unfiltered experience of direct contact with the river and river life, in many ways, atmultiple moments. And it’s about weaving these experiencesback into the everyday city. STREAMLINES is also a project about working ecologies, ecological systems and dynamics putto work | Read More

Four finalists present their visions for Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition

February 3, 2011,AEDT

The four finalist teams recently unveiled their visions for Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition (MR|DC), the largest landscape and urban design competition in Minneapolis history, each crafting a multidimensional landscape and urban design proposal addressing 220 acres of parkland and surrounding neighborhoods along 11 miles of riverfront from the historic Stone | Read More

Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition finalists announced

November 9, 2010,AEDT

Recently the Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board and Minneapolis Parks Foundation, with Creative Partners, University of Minnesota College of Design and Walker Art Center  announced the finalists for the Minneapolis Riverfront Design Competition. Fifty-five design teams responded to the RFQ, and the 13-member jury noted that the quality was exceptionally high. Says | Read More

Competition Shortlist is a who’s who of design

February 16, 2010,AEDT

Recently the contest organisers of the Gateway Arch Design Competition announced the shortlist for the second round of the competition and it reads like a who’s who of built environment design from around the world. This competition is shaping up to be one of the most interesting for 2010 and | Read More

StossLU installs Stockpile in Cambridge

November 16, 2009,AEDT

Recently, Stoss Landscape Urbanism—firm of Chris Reed, Design Critic in Landscape Architecture, installed Stock-Pile in Radcliffe Yard, Cambridge, MA. Harvard GSD reports The project was commissioned by Barbara J. Grosz, Dean of the Radcliffe Institute and Higgins Professor of Natural Sciences at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences, | Read More

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