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Posted by on Jul 22, 2016 in Product Reviews

Environmental Horticulture|Book Review

Environmental Horticulture|Book Review

Book review by Joanna Łaska A Book Review of Environmental Horticulture : Science and Management of Green Landscapes, by Ross W.F. Cameron and James D. Hitchmough Being eco-friendly has become a trend in recent years. Everybody from architects to managers to parents are now being widely educated by the media about the importance of being environmentally friendly. In turn, we are all thinking more about the impact our actions...

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Posted by on Jan 22, 2016 in 2014, Bo Landscape Architecture, Israel, Kiryat Tivon, Landscape architecture Posts, Playgrounds

Want to Become a Playground Design Master? Go Natural!

Want to Become a Playground Design Master? Go Natural!

Article by Joanna Łaska Hasomrim Park, by Bo Landscape Architecture, in Kiryat Tivon, Israel. Are the majority of today’s playgrounds really anything else but standardized? Colorful, but at the same time dull and monotonous. When you think about it, they all seem the same. Hasomrim Park by Bo Landscape Architecture is here to prove that designing with children in mind is totally a must if you want to succeed as...

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Posted by on Nov 4, 2015 in Invisible Studio, Landscape architecture Posts, LT Studio, Pavilion

How a 3 Day Workshop Harnessed The Power of a Community and Reclaimed Wasteland

How a 3 Day Workshop Harnessed The Power of a Community and Reclaimed Wasteland

The Watchet Pavilion, a 3 Day Workshop by LT Studio and Invisible Studio, in Watchet, Somerset. It took Marc Dix of LT Studio Landscape Architects, Piers Taylor of Invisible Studio, and a team of 50 community volunteers just three days to build a pleasure garden pavilion to be enjoyed by everyone in the community. This project represents a unique opportunity to create a perfect public space for the community and...

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Posted by on Oct 21, 2015 in Landscape Architecture Office, Landscape architecture Posts, Sentosa, Singapore, TROP Terrains + Open Spaces

How This Resort is Using Landscape Architecture to Wow its Visitors

How This Resort is Using Landscape Architecture to Wow its Visitors

Cape Royale Resort, by TROP: terrains + open space, in Sentosa, Singapore. Have you ever felt like going on a vacation somewhere far away, somewhere where the world couldn’t reach you? Have you ever wanted to just run away from the day to day, the mundane, the rush? If your answer is “yes” then I think I’ve found a place for you. Located in one of the fastest-developing countries...

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Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in Drawing, Landscape architecture Posts

Why Drawing Will Make You Question Everything

Why Drawing Will Make You Question Everything

We take a look at the importance of drawing and the influence it has on the world of design. Drawing is one of those things that is with us from the earliest stages of our lives. It has always been the best way to entertain kids and it has always been the ultimate time killer in a boring class. It’s been there with us in our everyday lives, from scribbles...

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