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Posted by on Jul 28, 2016 in Alles Wird Gut, Landscape architecture Posts, Luxembourg

How a Disused Steelwork Industrial Site Becomes Born Again

How a Disused Steelwork Industrial Site Becomes Born Again

Article by Andrea Robezzati Steelyard Square in Belval Ouest district, by Alles WirdGut Architektur, in Esch sur Alzette, Luxembourg Establishing the right grade of frequency and relation between landscape architecture and neglected spaces of the cities is both the most exciting challenge but also the most difficult one, for an architect. These places always have negative impacts on the environment and their surrounding communities but at the same time they...

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Posted by on Mar 21, 2016 in 2003, Alles Wird Gut, Innichen, Italy, Landscape architecture Posts

How to Reduce Vehicular Impact in a City

How to Reduce Vehicular Impact in a City

Article by Miriam Judith González Bolívar We look at how to reduce vehicular impact in the development of the Village Centre project, by Alles Wird Gut, in Innichen, Italy Converting streets into pedestrian zones has become very popular. With the necessity of being more sustainable while taking note that walking is elemental for mobility, it’s an alternative transportation model that helps with climate change and certainly has health benefits. Nowadays,...

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