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Landscape Architecture
Landscape Architecture Highlights in the News (June 1 – 15) Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017 13:17
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Lake Kittamaqundi is one of five manmade lakes originally planned for Columbia. / Jerry Jackson, Baltimore Sun

Oklahoma City Landscape Architect’s Passion Rooted in Early Art, Drafting Classes The Oklahoman, 6/4/17
“When landscape architect Scott Howard and his partner built their northwest Oklahoma City offices in 2004, they paid stipends to six firms to compete for the job to design the building.”

With 843 Acres Buffed, Central Park Leader Will Step Down The New York Times, 6/6/17
“It is easy to forget what Central Park looked like in the 1980s. But Douglas Blonsky, president of the Central Park Conservancy, can see past the lush meadows and fresh streams to a time when the 843-acre park was more beaten-down wasteland than urban Eden.”

Planned Cities Have Gone Out of Style, but Columbia Still Influences Urban Design The Baltimore Sun, 6/8/17
“It was the mid-1960s, and suburban sprawl was engulfing the country. Some predictions held that the U.S. population would double by the year 2000, and a plan like Rouse’s promised an orderly, predictable antidote to a rush of development.”

Landscape Architect Tends Ideas for Major City Projects The Chicago Tribune, 6/8/17
“One of the keys to better creative ideas is first knowing what problem your client needs to solve, says Terry Guen, principal, president and founder of Terry Guen Design Associates in Chicago. But that isn’t always clear or simple.”

Urban Beaches, ‘Visionary’ Architects, Ice Skating Paths Among Winners of 2017 Knight Cities Challenge The Architect’s Newspaper, 6/12/17
“A forest on an abandoned freeway, a bike path turned winter skate track, and participatory governing at the bus stops are slated for reality thanks to the benevolence of the Knight Foundation, which today announced more than three dozen winners of its city-focused grants.”

Hammersmith Statue Commemorates Great British Landscape Architect Capability BrownGet West London, 6/12/17
“Capability Brown was one of the best known and most influential landscape designers, responsible for creating some of the most impressive and inspiring grounds in the UK, including those at Syon House, in nearby Brentford.”


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Curtin University Projects by PLACE Laboratory Print E-mail
Wednesday, 14 June 2017 07:53
0-Curtin-Medical-School-Dion-Robeson-(2)Curtin Innovation Street Curtin University’s Innovation Street and Medical School are the first significant projects to be realised according to the aims and ambitions established by the Greater Curtin Masterplan developed by Curtin University in 2014. Innovation Street and the Medical School heralds the coming together of the past and future by creating a physical […] Add a comment
 
Park in Badalona, Spain by peris+toral.arquitectes Print E-mail
Monday, 12 June 2017 14:36
© José Heviaperis+toral.arquitectes: The purpose of the project is to reorganise the green space bounded by Avinguda d’Itàlia, Avinguda de Mònaco and Carrer de Verdi in the town of Badalona, with a low budget and a nal cost of 95.5 €/m2. The brief was drafted by the Projects Service of Badalona Council and then completed with the […] Add a comment
 
Park in Badalona, Spain by peris+toral.arquitectes Print E-mail
Monday, 12 June 2017 14:36
© José HeviaThe purpose of the project is to reorganise the green space bounded by Avinguda d’Itàlia, Avinguda de Mònaco and Carrer de Verdi in the town of Badalona, with a low budget and a nal cost of 95.5 €/m2. The brief was drafted by the Projects Service of Badalona Council and then completed with the collaboration […] Add a comment
 
Office Profile: PLACE Laboratory Print E-mail
Monday, 12 June 2017 08:04
PLACE-Laboratory---team-photoPLACE Laboratory is a youthful and energetic practice in Perth, with a grounded history in Perth and Western Australia. It brings together a culmination of 30 years experience in boutique design focused studios and large international transdisciplinary firms. PLACE Laboratory’s aim is clear – to amalgamate the very best of boutique and large scale business […] Add a comment
 
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