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Posted by on Mar 13, 2016 in 2016, China, HASSELL, Landscape architecture Posts, Parks, Studio Odile Decq, Tangshan

One of the Top Geoparks in the World – Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum

One of the Top Geoparks in the World – Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum

Article by Aybige Tek Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum by HASSELL and Studio Odile Decq, in the Tangshan, China. Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark Museum is one of the finest global geoparks in the world. A global geopark has major purposes; such as to be sustainable and to protect geological & historical heritage within the natural habitat. Fangshan Tangshan National Geopark has a variety of functions to fulfill for many...

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Posted by on Aug 8, 2015 in Atelier Jacqueline Osty & associés, Landscape architecture Posts, Paris, Parks

13 Years to Create the Dream of Martin Luther King Park

13 Years to Create the Dream of Martin Luther King Park

Martin Luther King Park, by Atelier Jacqueline Osty & associés., in Paris, France. One of the most important things in landscape architecture design is making a clear assessment that can be accessible in the future. The method to get a successful result is to divide a proposal into parts in order to develop it stage by stage, providing a visualized target. Once the proposal is phased in years, it is...

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Posted by on Aug 4, 2015 in 2014, Germany, Landscape architecture Posts, Parks, RMP Landschaftsarchitekten

How to Learn From a Regional Garden Show – Stadtpark Papenburg

How to Learn From a Regional Garden Show – Stadtpark Papenburg

Stadtpark Papenburg, by RMP Landschaftsarchitekten, Papenburg, Germany. Have you asked yourself what a garden show is or what the transformative effects of it are? Since becoming popular in Germany and Austria in the 1980s, garden shows have aimed to improve the quality of life and the urban climate of cities. They also work toward regional-political development objectives. Regional garden shows are developed on disadvantaged sites, transforming them into attractive...

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Posted by on Jun 16, 2015 in Hungary, Landscape architecture Posts, Parks

Millenary Park Builds on the Past and Embraces the Future

Millenary Park Builds on the Past and Embraces the Future

Millenary Park by Ujirany / New Directions Landscape Architects, in Budapest, Hungary. The story of the rehabilitation of a former industrial site is not a new one. It usually involves demolition or re-use of existing structures and may require environmental remediation or restoration. The potential of these “brownfield” sites provides exciting opportunities for landscape architects, as they can design the landscape to transform spaces into habitable public assets. Former industrial sites...

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