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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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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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