The Sky-tree | Wuxi, China | waterlily studio

August 24, 2018,AEST

“Reading a site, with the prospect of building on it, is an all-at-once experience that involves understanding factors such as wind, sun, environmental impact, and cultural strata, but that simultaneously entails imagining the lives the site might lead—a kind of | Read More

ASLA launches New Transportation Guide

August 23, 2018,AEST

Transportation infrastructure is a significant component of the public realm, but we can do better than build yet another car-centric landscape, according to a new guide on transportation launched recently by the American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA). The ASLA | Read More

How can we better promote landscape architecture?

August 22, 2018,AEST

In a recent WLA reader survey, the most common answer to the question What is your biggest problem you face working as a landscape architect? was a lack a recognition of landscape architecture by the allied professionals and clients. What is | Read More

‘Queens Blossoms’ by Terrain Work

August 21, 2018,AEST

Terrain Work, recently proposed a public artwork for a plaza underneath the NYC MTA station located at 40th Street and Queens Boulevard in Queens, New York.  The artwork, “Queens Blossoms,” aims to capture the cultural diversity of the surrounding community | Read More

WLA welcomes MKSK as a new Sponsor

August 16, 2018,AEST

WLA seeks to publish landscape architecture projects, news, and information from across the world and we are always proud to welcome a new sponsor that help us to continue to publish great projects. It is with great happiness that we | Read More

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