TCL with Troppo Architects win Henley Square design competition

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Taylor Cullity Lethlean (TCL) with Troppo Architects have been selected as the winning design team to reinvent Adelaide’s Henley Square following an international design competition held by the City of Charles Sturt in South Australia.

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2012 In Review | January

We have selected three projects from each month that we published in 2012. First off is January with studio a+i winning design for the AIDS Memorial, Michael Maltzan with Tom Leader Studio winning submission for St. Petersburg Pier and Warrior Square Gardens by Gillespies. 


St.Petersburg Pier design competition winner | “The Lens” design by Michael Maltzan Architecture with Tom Leader Studio.

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Kievit in Green | Antwerp Belgium | BUUR and Hosper with ARA

Kievit in Green | Antwerp Belgium | BUUR and Hosper with ARA
The previously isolated Kievit district has developed into an international entrance area for the city due to the new TGV station. After earlier realization of the first phase with mainly high-rise offices, the city of Antwerp made an urban plan for the second phase containing a mix of homes, offices and public facilities, and with more space to create a green public domain. For the design of the public space of the Kievit phase 2 area, five design teams were selected to provide a vision and sketch design.
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Draw Up A Chair | Design Competition | The Battery Conservatory


The Battery Conservancy invites students and professionals from the Americas (Canada, the United States, Mexico, Central and South America, and the Caribbean), to design an iconic moveable outdoor seating element. The winning design will be fabricated for use at The Battery, the 25-acre park at the tip of Manhattan which annually welcomes six million visitors.

Why a Moveable Chair?
As the great urban theorist William Holly Whyte discovered: “Chairs enlarge choice: to move into the sun, out of it, to make room for groups, move away from them. If you know you can move if you want to, you feel more comfortable staying put.” The Battery’s movable chairs will delight while they invite, animating the park and making it Downtown’s central meeting place.

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Johnson Pilton Walker wins National Workers’ Memorial

Johnson Pilton Walker wins National Workers' Memorial

National Workers’ Memorial winning design is by Sydney based architecture firm, Johnson Pilton Walker.  A memorial is to be established in the Canberra, Australia to honour, and pay tribute to those working Australians who have lost their lives through work-related accidents, incidents or disease. The winning design was developed by Sydney based architecture firm, Johnson Pilton Walker.

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