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Posted by on Dec 21, 2016 in 2016, Landscape architecture Posts

LAN’s Top Announcements 2016/17

LAN’s Top Announcements 2016/17

A round-up of Landscape Architects Network’s 2016/17 announcements. 2016 was a year filled with experimentation (launch of the eBooks series) and consistency (another year in which we were ranked in the Top 5 for landscape architecture websites in the world) for Landscape Architects Network (LAN). However, before I dive in, we would like to give a big round of applause to our loyal fans and partners! Thank you Adam...

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Posted by on Dec 20, 2016 in 2016, Delva Landscape Architects Urbanism, Landscape architecture Posts, Netherlands, Powerhouse Company

New Square Uses the Landscape to Bring Space and History Together

New Square Uses the Landscape to Bring Space and History Together

Article by Agmarie Calderón Alonso – Koningin Juliana Square, by Delva Landscape Architects Urbanism / Powerhouse Company, in La Haya (The Hague), Paises Bajos (The Netherlands) Koningin Juliana Square, by Powerhouse Company and Delva Landscape Architects Urbanism, is a proposal that will connect the train station (Den Haag Centraal) in The Hague with the square, creating a way for visitors and the community to enjoy a new kind of...

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Posted by on Dec 19, 2016 in 2016, Landscape architecture Posts

Top 10 Landscape Architecture Projects 2016

Top 10 Landscape Architecture Projects 2016

The official Landscape Architects Network choices are here for our top 10 landscape architecture projects 2016. Covering a range of varied projects that are sure to keep you inspired going into 2017. 2016 has been an exciting time for landscape architects. It’s been a year of expanding creative innovation, receiving recognition, and setting standards for future development. We have, once again, arrived at the time of year where Landscape Architects...

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Posted by on Dec 14, 2016 in 2016, Landscape architecture Posts, Spain, Territori24

Why Working with the Locals is the Best Way to Revitalize a Neighborhood

Why Working with the Locals is the Best Way to Revitalize a Neighborhood

Article by Kamil Rawski – Malgrat de Mar by Territori24, in Malgrat de Mar, Spain, showing how collaboration with local residents can become the easy way to revitalize the neighborhood. The Barri del Castell neighbourhood is located in Malgrat de Mar – a seaside town in the province of Barcelona. It belongs to the Maresme region and approximately 18,500 people live there. The place where the project is located...

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Posted by on Dec 12, 2016 in 2016, Landscape architecture Posts, Mecanoo, Taiwan

Space Age Design at Kaohsiung Station Aims to Wow us All

Space Age Design at Kaohsiung Station Aims to Wow us All

Article by Tahío Avila – Kaohsiung Station, by Mecanoo Architecten, in Kaohsiung City, Taiwan Kaohsiung is the second most populous city in Taiwan with almost 2.8 million inhabitants and it represents an important transportation, manufacturing and industrial centre of southern Taiwan. Being an industrial centre is a good start for a city to become an important core, with a good transportation system and connections from airports to subway stations,...

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Posted by on Nov 24, 2016 in 2016, Belgium, Beringen, Carve, Landscape architecture Posts, OMGEVING landscape architecture urbanism

How an Old Mine Became a Inspiring Play Landscape

How an Old Mine Became a Inspiring Play Landscape

Article by Emily Sinclair – Play Landscape be-MINE, by Carve and Omgeving (design) and Krinkels (contractor) in the town of Beringen, Belgium. Many of our society’s past practices have created scars in our landscape, such as post-industrial sites which are unusable due to contamination and dangerous conditions. Lately, these sites have become grounds for renewal; projects which revitalize and reinvent the site from a wasteland to a landmark –...

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