Landscape Architecture trends in 2017 and beyond

January 11, 2017,AEDT

We are now in the second week of 2017 and looking forward to the coming year ahead to what will be trends in Landscape Architecture. These trends deal with a larger areas of landscape architecture predicting what we may possibly see in the future months and years. Climate Adaptation The | Read More

Revit and Landscape Architecture: The Issues by Lauren Schmidt

August 10, 2016,AEDT

Anyone who is familiar with BIM and BIM software has almost undoubtedly heard of Revit. Revit is a fairly popular BIM platform, particularly among architects and building engineers. It is less commonly used by landscape architects, and is frequently declared as “unsuitable” for landscape modeling. Yet the reasons behind this | Read More

EVENT | Exhibition: Dialogues on Urbanization | March 23 – April 18

March 19, 2015,AEDT

  The exhibition, “Dialogues on Urbanization: Emerging Landscapes”, examines landscape architecture in the age of planetary urbanization and opens with a reception on Mon., Mar. 23 from 4:30 to 6:00 to be followed by a lecture by landscape architect Adriaan Geuze, Co-founder of West 8, Rotterdam at 6:30 p.m. in S. R. | Read More

Grant Associates designs creative playground for Gardens by the Bay

January 22, 2014,AEDT

The new Far East Organization Children’s Garden opens at Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay on today (21 January), designed by Grant Associates. A major new feature of the 54 hectare Bay South Garden, the Far East Organization Children’s Garden will offer a one-hectare mix of play experiences for all ages.

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Lots of Possibility Design Competition

January 18, 2014,AEDT

Louisville Metro Government has launched “Lots of Possibility” Design Competition  to address issues of vacancy, blight and abandonment in its community. There are several thousand vacant lots throughout the city – of which approximately 450 are owned by Metro Government and/or the Landbank Authority, Inc. and available for redevelopment. The objective of | Read More

Burnley Living Roofs | Melbourne Australia | HASSELL

September 23, 2013,AEDT

Green infrastructure, including the installation of plants on under-utilised urban surfaces, can provide significant environmental benefits for our cities. These green interventions have the capacity to cool the urban environment, reduce energy consumption, mitigate flooding and increase habitats for biodiversity. They provide an opportunity to evolve the way we develop | Read More

Chutes and Tires | ATLAS Lab

August 31, 2013,AEDT

The importance of usable open space has been well documented at various times and at various places throughout the world. For centuries small parks and playgrounds have functioned as vital social networking tools and places of reprieve from the city and home. When networked, these parks have the capability to | Read More

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