The USEPA’s Office of Water is pleased to announce the 2nd annual Campus RainWorks Challenge for college and university students. Once again, EPA is inviting student teams to design an innovative green infrastructure project for their campus showing how managing | Read More
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
Green infrastructure, including the installation of plants on under-utilised urban surfaces, can provide significant environmental benefits for our cities. These green interventions have the capacity to cool the urban environment, reduce energy consumption, mitigate flooding and increase habitats for biodiversity. | Read More
Just last Friday we went past the 50,000 likes/fans of our Facebook page. A big thank you to all World Landscape Architecture Facebook fans. We post all our updates to the WLA Facebook page to keep our readers updated on their facebook | Read More
Marsh Lane is within the Lea Valley and sits in the flood plain of the river Lea and Dagenham Brook.
This project establishes two major landmarks on UCSF’s Mission Bay campus. A new entrance welcomes visitors from downtown San Francisco, and a one-acre courtyard connects the Helen Diller Family Cancer Research Building and the new Smith Cardiovascular Research Building, a | Read More
The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum unveiled today the Museum’s historic Monks Garden redesigned by Michael Van Valkenburgh. The Garden, which was originally designed by Isabella Stewart Gardner during the installation of the Museum in 1901, has been reinstalled several times | Read More
Council of Education in Landscape Architecture has but out the Call for Exhibits for their 2014 conference to be held in Baltimore, USA on March 27-Sunday, March 30, 2014. The theme for the conference is LAYERS: Landscape, City, and Community. | Read More
Harbour Square lies at the heart of the Beirut downtown shopping streets. Like a harbour sheltering the boats from the waves, the new square provides a respite from the fervent activity of the surroundings.
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