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Posted by on Mar 24, 2017 in 2016, Alfortville, Espace Libre, France, Landscape architecture Posts

The Grand Ensemble Park | A Symphony of Early Urban Planning Principles

The Grand Ensemble Park | A Symphony of Early Urban Planning Principles

Article by Frank Bourque – The Grand Ensemble Park, by Espace Libre, in  Alfortville, France Landscape architecture is a vital reality in all parts of the world. The best proof of that is that numerous projects are popping up in every country which unify the vision of a perfectly organized green space. One very impressive project that has been recently made official is the Grand Ensemble Park, a residential-area-and-park-brought-into-one concept...

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Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 in 2016, Landscape architecture Posts, Office OU, South Korea

National Museum Complex | A Vital Link Between Culture and Nature

National Museum Complex | A Vital Link Between Culture and Nature

Article by Agmarie Calderón Alonso – National Museum Complex Master Plan of the New Administrative City by Office OU, in Sejong, South Korea. The National Museum Complex master plan is a design competition for a cultural center in Sejong, South Korea, which is also known as Administrative City. The first phase will utilize 75,000 square meters that will include diverse museums, such as Architecture, National History, Design, Digital Heritage,...

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Posted by on Mar 20, 2017 in Fresh Trends, Landscape architecture Posts, Latest News Landscape Architecture

Latest News Landscape Architecture March Edition

Latest News Landscape Architecture March Edition

20-Mar-2017 – Latest News Landscape Architecture March by Brett Lezon | Edition No. 3 out of 4 In this week’s Latest News Landscape Architecture we feature a proposed eco-city in Morocco, highlight an urban agriculture project in Atlanta, and examine why horticulture may be the key to saving the world. Additionally, we showcase a book about livable communities, and don’t forget our YouTube Tutorial of the Week! This week...

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Posted by on Mar 19, 2017 in Environment Posts, Fresh Trends, Green Roof, Landscape architecture Posts

Green Roof Design Inspiration | 4 Awesome Projects

Green Roof Design Inspiration | 4 Awesome Projects

Article by Joanna Laska – We take a look at four terrific landscape architecture projects for green roof design inspiration.  Green roof design is probably one of the best inventions of horticulture and landscaping, that’s a fact. Not only do they have hundreds of environmental advantages but also, they can look awesome too! Green roofs – though they weren’t called that back then –existed thousands of years ago. Even...

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Posted by on Mar 19, 2017 in Denmark, Landscape architecture Posts

Denmark’s Got Talent: 10 “Democratic” Landscape Architecture Projects in Denmark

Denmark’s Got Talent: 10 “Democratic” Landscape Architecture Projects in Denmark

Article by Andrea Robezzati – Following on in our world series we have selected 10 awesome projects that perfectly represent landscape architecture in Denmark today. Have you ever been in Denmark? Are you planning to travel in this country? If not, let’s check for flights and come to meet one of the most democratic cultures of the world! It is widely recognized that Denmark is one of the most liveable...

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Posted by on Mar 16, 2017 in 2014, A24 Landschaft Landschaftsarchitektur GmbH, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts, Schwäbisch Gmünd

Urban Development Changes the Perception of Schwäbisch Gmünd’s Citizens

Urban Development Changes the Perception of Schwäbisch Gmünd’s Citizens

Article by Tahío Avila – Urban development of Schwäbisch Gmünd, by A24 Landschaft Landschaftsarchitektur GmbH, in Schwäbisch Gmünd, Germany. Located in southwest Germany, Schwäbisch Gmünd is a medium-sized city developed at the shoreline of the confluence of two important rivers: the Josefsbach and the larger Rems River. This is one of the oldest Staufer cities, once part of the old Swabia (a historic region in southwestern Germany), which today...

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