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Posted by on May 18, 2016 in 2016, Land Art, Netherlands, Zeeland

How to Exhibit the Beauty of Green Power

How to Exhibit the Beauty of Green Power

Article by Luis Guísar Windlicht artwork by Studio Roosegaarde, in Eneco wind farm at Sint Annaland, Zeeland, The Netherlands Studio Roosegaarde, founded by Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde and located in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, “creates interactive designs which explore the dynamic relation between people, technology and space” – Studio Roosegaarde. The studio is concerned about sustainability and art, which has led it to create a series of projects such as...

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Posted by on Apr 17, 2016 in 2015, Bergamo, Italy, Land Art, Studio Fink

How Palma de Vecchio Pop-up Square Proves that Art can be Made Easy

How Palma de Vecchio Pop-up Square Proves that Art can be Made Easy

Article by Joanna Łaska – Total reading time 4 minutes. Palma de Vecchio Pop-up Square by Studio Fink, Bergamo, Italy How would you describe contemporary art? Controversial? Loud? Cheap? Expensive? Insensitive? No matter what art means to us and how we’d describe it, we always think of museums and art galleries when speaking of it. But what would happen if art could be taken outside to surround us within...

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Posted by on Apr 15, 2016 in 2015, Colombia, Land Art, Pantoja Arquitectos

How Pantoja Architects’ Latest Landmark is Bringing Back Colombian Art

How Pantoja Architects’ Latest Landmark is Bringing Back Colombian Art

Article by Nour Adel NICHE, by Pantoja Arquitectos is bringing back Colombian art, in the Square Jairo Varela, in the center of Cali, Colombia. Whether you are a fan of classical Colombian music or just a random passerby in the streets of Cali, Colombia, the “Niche” project is bound to appeal to your senses. It’s a work to see, hear, and absorb. Designed by Pantoja Architects, the project highlights the features of...

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Posted by on Apr 6, 2016 in Fresh Trends, Land Art

This is Going to be the Most Powerful Monument for World Peace!

This is Going to be the Most Powerful Monument for World Peace!

Article by Elisa A.M.Varetti 100 Miles 4 Peace, by Paul-Felix Montez; a global project in 100 locations around the world. Have you ever stopped to think how many memorial monuments there are? Every country has its own, related to some global or local tragic event that must be remembered or commemorated as our writer Nick Shannon shows us in his article Poppy Plaza: the landscape of memory and Kaila...

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Posted by on Mar 29, 2016 in 2015, England, Land Art, Landscape architecture Posts, London

Spice Up Your Life with the Trendy, Groundbreaking Global Movement “Spark Your City”

Spice Up Your Life with the Trendy, Groundbreaking Global Movement “Spark Your City”

Article by Farah Afza Jurekh Spark Your City, by Kipling, in Sutton Walk, London Imagine you are walking past the same old, boring tunnel to start your day, stressing about how angry your boss’ mood might be or how your presentation to the multibillion-dollar company will turn out. Suddenly, you notice a huge difference around you. The usually dull, gray tunnel does not look the same as you see...

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Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in 2015, Land Art, Landscape architecture Posts

How One MSU Student Caught the Eye of the 2016 ASLA Jury

How One MSU Student Caught the Eye of the 2016 ASLA Jury

Written by Elisa García Nieto Starkville Public Library “read” Sculpture by Travis R. Crabtree (MSU Student) with project adviser Cory Gallo (associate professor) at Starkville Public Library, Mississippi (U.S.A.) Landscape architects know how many obstacles a project needs to overcome before jumping from the screen of their laptops. Building in the real world involves a wide range of factors and conditions which students, sometimes, do not have chance to...

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