Beckenham Place Park reopens

August 19, 2019,AEST

Beckenham Place Park in south-east London reopened to the public on 20 July as one of the capital’s largest council-owned parks after being used as a golf course for over 100 years. London Borough of Lewisham sought to improve the | Read More

BIG reimagine the Brooklyn Queens Expressway as BQ-Park

June 27, 2019,AEST

BIG recently announced that it was reimaging The Brooklyn Queens Expressway, or BQE and transforming aging infrastructure into a park through a staged deconstruction and construction phases. The Brooklyn Queens Expressway, or BQE, built by Robert Moses in the 1950s, | Read More

Aquapunture – Fish Market Square Leuven,Belgium

November 12, 2018,AEST

The Fish Market Square is part of the historical center of Leuven, to be transformed into a car-free, pedestrianized area. The layout of the square was always defined by a sequence of dominant uses: a harbor for transportation, a market | Read More

THIRD NATURE launch Climate Tile pilot sidewalk

September 26, 2018,AEST

On a 50 m pavement stretch at Nørrebro in Copenhagen you can now walk on water. A pilot sidewalk for the innovative climate adaptation project The Climate Tile is now laid out in front of Café Heimdalsgade22, to the delight | Read More

USDA Forest Service study finds increase need for urban forests

April 5, 2018,AEST

The USDA Forest Service recently published the US Urban Forest Statistics, Values, and Projections (David J. Nowak and Eric J. Greenfield) in the March edition of the Journal of Forestry. The study estimates the change in urban land on a national level (USA) and state-by-state, and | Read More

10 teams selected for Resilient by Design competition

October 4, 2017,AEST

Resilient by Design recently announced the 10 design teams who will develop implementable projects that offer an imaginative and collaborative approach to resilience. Resilient by Design | Bay Area Challenge is a collaborative research and design project that brings together | Read More

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