CSLA announces recipients of 2019 National Awards

March 20, 2019,AEDT

Recently, the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CSLA) announced the recipients of the Awards of Excellence. This year, 15 projects received a national award. One project, the Rooted in Clay – WY Garden (Winnipeg, MB) by Straub Thurmayr Landscape Architects, was | Read More

Collective Climate Action

March 14, 2019,AEDT

Climate change is all about the relationship between humans and the earth’s complex systems.  As a profession that works at the interface of built and natural environments, landscape architects around the world are dealing with the impacts of climate change, | Read More

Weiliu Wetland Park | Xianyang, China | Yifang Ecoscape

March 12, 2019,AEDT

Background: the mother river under pressure As the urbanization of Xi’an and Xianyang City took progress, the once natural riparian areas of Wei River have gradually been replaced by concrete banks and decorative greenery planting. The constant degradation of the | Read More

InSitu Garden | Redding, Connecticut | Land Morphology

March 9, 2019,AEDT

InSitu Garden integrates landscape structures, rich plantings, and art to create a spiritually and emotionally inspiring garden. Eight water features, an outdoor kitchen, recreational facilities, arbors, walls, portals, terraces, and walks create a comprehensive palette of site structures.  The garden was | Read More

Where are all the little creatures in our cities?

March 6, 2019,AEDT

An article by Mark Blackwell, creative director at Morphis in response to Moving Forward on Climate Change . There have been alarming declines of ladybirds, moths, bees, butterflies and beetles in our cities over the last 30 years – the | Read More

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