Book Review | Overgrown by Julian Raxworthy

July 15, 2019,AEST

Overgrown by Julian Jaxworthy calls on landscape architects to embrace gardening and connecting with the site and working plants in real-time. He encourages landscape architects to develop a new type of design practice by leaving their offices including the visualisations | Read More

Landscapes of metabolism | Aminteo, Greece | Topio7

July 15, 2019,AEST

The competition is about the environmental rehabilitation and transformation of the deteriorated lignite mines in the area of Aminteo in Western Macedonia, Greece (2.200ha). Main aim of Topio7’s project is to facilitate the rebirth of a productive and fertile landscape, | Read More

The Spheres: Exploring Biophilia in the Modern Workplace

July 11, 2019,AEST

The immersive, nature-rich environment of The Spheres offers an innovative workplace typology that restores the mind and stretches the limits of biophilic design. At the same time, The Spheres is a proper botanical conservatory, home to more than 40,000 plants across | Read More

Winners unveiled for DL&W Corridor Design Ideas Competition

July 8, 2019,AEST

Recently, the Western New York Land Conservancy will announce the winners of the DL&W Corridor International Design Ideas Competition. The Land Conservancy received nearly one hundred design idea proposals from individuals and teams across the region, the country, and around | Read More

WAF Awards Shortlist announced

July 5, 2019,AEST

The World Architecture Festival has announced the shortlists for various categories including Landscape Architecture – Rural and Urban Projects Landscape Architecture – Urban Projects shortlist !melk – ZilArt Park -Tufeleva Roshcha, Moscow, Russia ASPECT Studios – Caulfield to Dandenong Level | Read More

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