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Posted by on May 8, 2017 in Boston, Copley Wolff Design Group, Landscape architecture Posts, United States

How the Watermark Seaport is Helping Boston Reclaim its Ecology

How the Watermark Seaport is Helping Boston Reclaim its Ecology

Article by Irene Crowo Nielsen – Watermark Seaport, by Copley Wolff Design Group, in Boston, MA, USA. The Watermark Seaport is located in Boston’s newest coveted neighborhood for the live-work-play lifestyle. It is definitely not your average transformation area. The developer brands it with three words; Unrivaled, Unobstructed & Unconventional. “This is the nucleus of the neighborhood: a marriage between Fort Point Channel and the innovation of the Seaport...

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Posted by on Apr 17, 2017 in 2015, HGA, Landscape architecture Posts, Minneapolis, United States

Surly Destination Brewery | 6 Reasons Why this Brewery is so Much More Than Just Beer

Surly Destination Brewery | 6 Reasons Why this Brewery is so Much More Than Just Beer

Article by Meenal Suresh – Surly Destination Brewery, by HGA,  in Minneapolis, MN, USA In its most simple definition, a brewery is a place where beer is produced commercially. But can a brewery also be a unique and welcoming public gathering space? The Surly Brewery in Minneapolis shows that it can. This brewery isn’t just a space for crafting beer; it has also become a homeground for cultural activities, owing...

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Posted by on Apr 16, 2017 in 2016, Boston, Copley Wolff Design Group, Landscape architecture Posts, Massachusetts, United States

One Canal | A Luxurious Oasis for the Residents of Boston

One Canal | A Luxurious Oasis for the Residents of Boston

Article by Lidija Šuster – One Canal, by Copley Wolff Design Group, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA. Large cities are mainly characterized by tall and expressive buildings, business and educational centers, industrial facilities, shopping malls, and other various types of urban areas. When it comes to residential living many of them offer very luxurious residences, and Boston is no exception. Boston is the capital of Massachusetts, and also the largest...

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Posted by on Mar 6, 2017 in 2016, Florida, Landscape architecture Posts, Raymond Jungles Inc., United States

Grove Grand Bay | Is This a Perfect Blend of  Nature and Urbanism?

Grove Grand Bay | Is This a Perfect Blend of Nature and Urbanism?

Article by Niriti Porwal – A Review of Grove Grand Bay, by Raymond Jungles Inc., Coconut Grove, Miami, Florida. The Grove at Grand Bay is a distinctive and luxurious residential project, featuring two twisting towers with a 360-degree view of Biscayne Bay. It is also the first LEED Gold-certified building in Dade County. This blending of sustainability and luxury brings a unique balance and paves the way for an...

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Posted by on Feb 16, 2017 in 2012, Landscape architecture Posts, OLIN Studio, United States, Washington

Canal Park | From District Parking to Stunning Recreational Park

Canal Park | From District Parking to Stunning Recreational Park

Article by Galo César Gutiérrez Díaz – A review of Canal Park by OLIN, in Washington, District Of Columbia, USA. In a city where the priority is the automobile, will it be a great advance to recover open public spaces? These improve the quality of life of its inhabitants, giving multiple benefits from social to economic. Recovering an open public space is not easy; it takes a lot of...

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Posted by on Jan 29, 2017 in !melk landscape architects, 2016, Landscape architecture Posts, Nevada, United States

Las Vegas Gets a Taste of Award Winning Landscape Architecture

Las Vegas Gets a Taste of Award Winning Landscape Architecture

Article by Frank Bourque – The Park, by !Melk Landscape Architecture & Urban Design, in Las Vegas, Nevada, United States. Let’s face it — landscape architecture isn’t just a growing revolution. It is the reality in which we live, and one that is pioneering the way to a better future. Many metropolitan cities have embraced landscape architecture and have shifted from simply accommodating it to actively integrating open space in...

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