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Posted by on Jan 4, 2017 in 2013, Bangkok, Landscape Architects of Bangkok, Landscape architecture Posts, Thailand

Bangkok Gets Reintroduced to Nature and Results are Spectacular

Bangkok Gets Reintroduced to Nature and Results are Spectacular

Article by Meenal Suresh – Metro Forest Project, by LAB (Landscape Architects of Bangkok), in Prawet District, Bangkok, Thailand Have you ever wondered how nature would define a city? Bringing elements of nature into cities has been the hallmark to many city planning schemes. Green spaces improve the health of city dwellers, attracts tourists, act as a neutral meeting space for citizens of all types, statuses and wealth categories. A city is...

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Posted by on Nov 10, 2016 in 2013, France, Landscape architecture Posts, Lens, Mosbach Paysagistes

Museum Park Louvre Lens Shows us The Potential of Coal Mines

Museum Park Louvre Lens Shows us The Potential of Coal Mines

Article by Cristina Conciatu – Museum Park Louvre Lens by Mosbach Paysagistes, Lens (Pas-de-Calais), France In the following we explore the Museum Park Louvre Lens, a landscape park which resulted from modern design combined with traces of mining history. An immense work of art of 25 ha surrounds Louvre Lens Museum in Pas-de-Calais, France. A landscaped extension with no walls: a place for culture, animation and popular gathering, which...

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Posted by on Oct 23, 2016 in 2013, ICN Design Landscape Architects, Landscape architecture Posts, Singapore

The Interlace — Proof That Nature and Urban Areas Can Thrive in Harmony

The Interlace — Proof That Nature and Urban Areas Can Thrive in Harmony

Article by Lidija Šuster – A review of The Interlace, by ICN Design, Singapore In today’s world, buildings and skyscrapers sprout at an incredible pace. It’s our job as landscape architects to make sure the concrete jungle doesn’t take over our planet. Vegetation acts as the “lungs” of any city and heals humans both physically and psychologically. It enhances concentration, reduces stress, and makes people feel better. These benefits...

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Posted by on Aug 4, 2016 in 2013, Germany, Hamburg, Topotek1

This Garden will Change the way you see Soccer and Golf Forever

This Garden will Change the way you see Soccer and Golf Forever

Article by Rose Buchanan Aqua Soccer and Dymaxion Golf, by Topotek1, in Hamburg, Germany The International Garden Show is held every 10 years and features the world’s largest display of plants and flowers. Each selected venue chooses a specific theme and uses a variety of gardens and installations to echo this theme, while creating exciting landscape experiences. In 2013 the show was held in Hamburg, taking its inspiration from Jules...

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Posted by on Jun 14, 2016 in 2013, Boston, Landscape architecture Posts, Massachusetts, United States

How this Excellent Design Brought Landscape to Art

How this Excellent Design Brought Landscape to Art

Article by Lidija Šuster MassArt Residence Hall, by Ground Inc., in Boston, Massachusetts, USA Before developing any design, landscape architects are always faced with unavoidable questions that are crucial for the success of the project. Who will be using that space? Where is it located? What kind of people are most likely to come there? You probably have guessed some of these questions, and there are a lot more...

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Posted by on May 5, 2016 in 2013, Landscape architecture Posts, ONG & ONG Pte Ltd, Singapore

When Going on Holiday is One Step out the Front Door

When Going on Holiday is One Step out the Front Door

Article by Rose Buchanan – Total reading time 3 minutes Cyan, by ONG & ONG Pte Ltd, Bukit Timah, Singapore It’s not often that you see a residential development dominated by outdoor recreational space. In fact, most developments squash as many tiny living spaces as possible onto one property to “maximize” their return. This is not true of Cyan, a prime residential development located in Bukit Timah in Singapore. Cyan’s...

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