WLA’s Six Most Read Posts from 2016

December 29, 2016,AEDT

As we get ready for the countdown to the new year it is time to list the six most read posts from 2016. These included posts about BIM, waterfronts, climate adaptation, creating opportunities through stormwater problems, reusing mines for tourism | Read More

WAF announce shortlist for 2016 awards

July 4, 2016,AEDT

The World Architecture Festival has announced the shortlist for the 2016 awards. The 343 strong shortlist includes projects from 58 countries across 32 categories. All finalists will go on to compete at the World Architecture Festival in November. In the landscape category, | Read More

World Expo 2017 | Astana Kazakhstan | HOK

February 5, 2014,AEDT

In the early summer of 2013, HOK was invited to participate in a design competition for the 2017 Expo Design in Astana – the rapidly developing capital of Kazakhstan.   The theme for the expo; “Future Energy”, challenged entrants to demonstrate | Read More

EOI | Natural History Museum | Civic Realm Competition

September 23, 2013,AEDT

The Natural History Museum calls for Expressions of Interest in Civic Realm Competition. In 2012, the museum created a Masterplan Development Framework, intended to serve as a charter to guide and underpin development at the NHM for the next 25 years. | Read More

ILASA announces 2013 Awards of Excellence

September 16, 2013,AEDT

  The Institute for Landscape Architecture in South Africa awarded their annual awards with 11 projects winning an Award of Excellence. Also awarded were the Presidential Award, a best use of trees sponsor award, and the Icon of Landscape Architecture, which | Read More

Dynamic vertical networks | Hong Kong China | JAPA architects

September 9, 2013,AEDT

  “Since Hong Kong has a predominant verticality and a lack of buildable space, it could be interesting to reinterpret this verticality and propose this new type of vertical farming on the city’s outskirts”  Javier F. Ponce, Dyv-net Architect

Pier Head Public Realm | Liverpool UK | AECOM

August 12, 2013,AEDT

The successful regeneration of the 2.5 hectare area, which forms part of the city’s protected World Heritage Site, has involved a complete redesign of the public space and the construction of the first major urban canal extension in the UK | Read More

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