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Posted by on Jun 6, 2016 in 2010, Landscape architecture Posts, Lisbon, Portugal

How to Design a Site and Preserve it’s Archaeological History

How to Design a Site and Preserve it’s Archaeological History

Article by Elisa A.M.Varetti Musealização da Área Arqueológica para a Pç Nova Do Castelo de S.Jorge, by Global Arquitectura Paisagista and JLGS Arquitectos, Lisbon, Portugal. Have you ever stopped to wonder about the historic evolution of your own town? Most people think landscape architects only deals with green materials, parks, and gardens, but they can do a lot more! For example, they can work with archaeological areas and bring...

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Posted by on Oct 4, 2015 in 2010, France, Landscape architecture Posts, Town Center, Urbicus

Town Center Gets a Major Upgrade Sparking an Urban Regeneration

Town Center Gets a Major Upgrade Sparking an Urban Regeneration

Restructuring of Town Center and the District of La Fonderie, by Urbicus, in Inzinzac-Lochrist, France. The ability to bring together the elements of nature and those belonging to the urban world is one of the greatest gifts that landscape architecture has to offer. So many of the projects that bear the trademark signature of a reputable landscape architect are characterized by this blend. On the one hand, nature is...

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Posted by on Sep 2, 2015 in 2010, Berlin, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts, Parks, Pola

Freundschaftsinsel Potsdam Park: Is Keeping it Simple Always The Best Policy When it Comes to Park Design?

Freundschaftsinsel Potsdam Park: Is Keeping it Simple Always The Best Policy When it Comes to Park Design?

Freundschaftsinsel Potsdam, POLA, in Potsdam, Germany. Sitting between the Alte Fahrt and Neue Fahrt waterways in Berlin is the Freundschaftsinsel, which translates to “Friendship Island”. Freundschaftsinsel is located in the historic center of Potsdam, where old castles, gardens, and parks are waiting to be explored. Friendship Island is a local favorite, and a beautiful place to spend an afternoon. It is home to many little parks and garden areas, one...

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Posted by on Aug 12, 2015 in 2010, Carve, Landscape architecture Posts, The Hague

How the Van Campenvaart Playground is Breaking Boundries

How the Van Campenvaart Playground is Breaking Boundries

Van Campenvaart, by Carve, The Hague, Netherlands. We live in a world filled with diversity. As adults, the more we test out unfamiliar places, the more we are exposed to all the differences that make up our world. This is also true for children. Play is a big part of children’s lives: In every child, there is a natural explorer willing to investigate new territories, which (let’s face it)...

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Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in 2010, Canada, Janet Rosenberg & Studio, Landscape architecture Posts, Parks

Pyramidal Topography Sculpts Community Common Park’s Iconic Presence

Pyramidal Topography Sculpts Community Common Park’s Iconic Presence

Community Common Park, by Janet Rosenberg & Studio, in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. When we hear the word pyramid, we instinctively associate it with Ancient Egypt, the Great Sphinx of Giza, pharaohs, or even mummies. And although our leading lady in this article isn’t Cleopatra, it doesn’t mean that the content you are going to read will be any less exciting. Imagine that instead of in Egypt, our story is set...

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Posted by on Jul 14, 2015 in 2010, Campus, Landscape architecture Posts, New York, PC, United States

Simons Center Bring in the Scientists to Get Gold

Simons Center Bring in the Scientists to Get Gold

Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, by Dirtworks Landscape Architecture, in Stony Brook, New York. Stony Brook University is considered one of the greenest colleges in the United States, so it came as no surprise to designers when the university requested that the design for Simons Center for Geometry and Physics needed to not only meet its high standards for sustainability but to also exceed them. As part of the State...

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