Owensboro Health System Campus | Owensboro, Kentucky
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September 5, 2017,AEDT

Taking cues from the surrounding Ohio River ecology in the Owensboro Health System Campus (OHSC) integrates a complex array of water management, ecological reclamation, and human health strategies. To protect against seasonal floods on a flat greenfield site, the designed topography undulates throughout the campus to create stormwater retention ponds | Read More

Water Square Tiel opens

July 14, 2016,AEDT

Last week a new water square was opened in the Dutch city of Tiel (NL), designed by Dutch based office for urban design and landscape architecture De Urbanisten. While representatives of City of Tiel, the waterboard Rivierenland and the Province of Gelderland officially opened the square, children took over the | Read More

Water Re-use and Visibility in the new city of Belval

February 2, 2016,AEDT

In the south of Luxembourg an industrial area, in earlier days used by the steel industry, was transformed into an attractive working and living environment. The project is near to the French border in the new city of Belval.  On the south slope of the site, with a view on the French hills there will | Read More

WaterPlus | Solrød, Denmark | Active City Transformation

September 1, 2015,AEDT

The project WaterPlus responds to the need for an immediate climate change adaptation strategy in the municipality of Solrød located 30 km southeast of Copenhagen. This project transforms an inaccessible and unused plot into a park, activity center, educational laboratory, and water management facility. The project gets its richness from | Read More

Schob Nature Preserve Rain Gardens installation

July 19, 2015,AEDT

Schob Nature Preserve Rain Gardens installation from TAMU College of Architecture on Vimeo. Students install rain gardens at Schob Park Nature Preserve that sustained by stormwater runoff they absorb from nearby impervious surfaces such as walkways and parking lots. The project was funded by a small grant from the Department | Read More

NHA Floating Village | Bangkok Thailand | SSOCA

April 30, 2015,AEDT

  One of the project’s main characteristics of this project is its strong social component and purpose. The project’s prime goal is to help bring awareness of the relevance of working with nature when dealing with flood conditions in Thailand. With this project, this has been achieved through the design | Read More

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