With the opening of her Boston home in 1903, Isabella Stewart Gardner “presented a new context for art in America by creating a museum where visitors experienced music, the beauty of gardens, and historic and contemporary art, all in the highly personal setting of her courtyard palace.” Over a century later, the expansion of the Museum was undertaken to enhance these inspiring encounters with music, gardens, and art as well as support the curatorial, educational, and visitor service mission of the Museum.
Continue reading New Gardens of The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum | Boston USA | L+A Architecture
The proposed intervention seeks to make the most of the existing landscape in the region, while at the same time surrounding the building with the quality it deserves. The building which covers the land will also be surrounded by vegetation aimed at emphasising the rural nature of the site, using potential and indigenous vegetation.
Continue reading Delemos | Silgueiros Portugal | JBJC Arquitectura Paisagista
In December, the ‘Jardin Urbain’ Association together with the Town Council of Lausanne announced that Balmori Associates is on the shortlist to create one of twenty-five mobile gardens in Central Lausanne, Switzerland. Selected from a pool of over 400 applicants, Balmori enters the second phase of the competition with the task to re-use an existing rooftop under the program’s broader concept ‘Landing’.
Continue reading Balmori Associates shortlisted for Lausanne Jardins 2014
May saw us publish a range of projects including the beautifully rendered St Peter’s Square design competition won by Latz + Partner along with Gandhi Park in Spain by Green Effect Landscape Architects & Josep Selga Landscape Studio. We also published Tichnun-Nof Landscape Architects railway park in Jerusalem that reused the main elements on the route were the remaining lines which were considerably well preserved, this included the iron tracks.
Latz + Partner win St Peter’s Square design competition
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