Race Street Pier | Philadelphia | Field Operations

May 30, 2011,AEDT

Delaware River Waterfront Corporation (DRWC ) along with Mayor Nutter recently opened the new Race Street Pier, the first new public space of its kind on the Central Delaware River Waterfront to be realized as part of DRWC’s ambitious new | Read More

Cadence Wins Jefferson Parish Canal Design Competition

May 29, 2011,AEDT

Louisiana’s Jefferson Parish awarded Cadence first place and a $30,000.00 prize for its proposed design for the West Esplanade Drainage Canal. Cadence, a full-service planning and landscape architecture firm, used their solution to convert the functional, but blighted canal into a | Read More

Cronocaos | OMA’s exhibition on preservation in New York

May 26, 2011,AEDT

Cronocaos, OMA’s exhibition on the increasingly urgent topic of preservation in architecture and urbanism, opens today at the New Museum in New York. First shown at the 2010 Venice Architecture Biennale, Cronocaos examines the growing “empire” of preservation and its | Read More

GROSS.MAX with Sutherland Hussey win Parklandschaft Tempelhof

May 23, 2011,AEDT

Recently the entry by GROSS.MAX with Sutherland Hussey was announced as the winner of the Parklandschaft Tempelhof design competition beating a shortlist of 6 finalists including Rehwaldt Architekten Landschaft, Topotek1 and others. GROSS.MAX were kind enough to compose an extensive | Read More

Sugar Beach, Toronto | Claude Cormier

May 11, 2011,AEDT

The revitalization of Toronto’s waterfront is the largest urban redevelopment project currently underway in North America, and is also one of the largest waterfront revitalization efforts ever undertaken in the world. Led by Waterfront Toronto, a joint venture of the | Read More

Yanivsky Camp Memorial Site Design Competition

May 11, 2011,AEDT

International Design Competition for the Sites of Jewish History in Lviv includes three separate competitions for three spaces in the city that have important connections to the life of Jewish community before the Second World War, and to its destruction | Read More

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