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 •  December 12

With years of austerity and the nibbling away at the professions territory, the UK can sometimes seem a hard place to find worthwhile projects to undertake as a landscape architect. One UK practice, craft:pegg, has scored a significant success by adopting a strategy of inventing projects and clients to undertake the dream jobs they would never...

World Landscape Architect

 •  December 9

The Flatiron/23rd Street Partnership Business Improvement District (BID) and Van Alen Institute has installed Flatiron Reflection, winner of the fourth-annual Flatiron Plaza Holiday Design Competition in partnership with New York City DOT Art. The reveal on November 20th kicked off the BID’s sixth-annual 23 Days of Flatiron Cheer season, with the...

World Landscape Architect

 •  December 8

The Dogpatch Ropewalk is located at the south-eastern corner of the Dogpatch Historic District in San Francisco. The project is situated on a site that once mediated the boundary between land and bay and was once home to the Tubbs Cordage Company, a maritime ropemaking factory whose pier extended far out into the waters of the San Francisco Bay....

World Landscape Architect

 •  December 6

WLA is very proud to have five experienced landscape architects join the jury for the 2018 WLA Awards. There expertise and knowledge will be utilised the entries in the various categories. Jurors were selected from a diverse range of backgrounds and locations from across the world. Below you can find out more about each juror: Cheryl Barton, FASLA,...

World Landscape Architect

 •  December 4

The Ian Potter Children’s WILD PLAY Garden by ASPECT Studios was officially opened in October 2017 by NSW Minister for the Environment, Local Government and Heritage, Gabrielle Upton. Located within Centennial Parklands Learning Centre, WILD PLAY is designed as a learning experience for kids of all abilities aged 2-12. Its botanical adventure...

World Landscape Architect

 •  November 22

Go Cycle Portsmouth Road is a truly transformational scheme for Kingston. It has opened up a much-loved but tired and deteriorating part of the Thames in Kingston through the conversion of Portsmouth Road into an amicable environment for pedestrians and cyclists of all ages and proficiencies whilst retaining its function as a vehicular...

World Landscape Architect

 •  November 19

Following on from the successful 2017 WLA Awards, World Landscape Architecture is opening the Call for Submissions for the 2018 WLA Awards. The annual World Landscape Architecture Awards seeks to honour landscape architects around the world for their outstanding work and promote the profession across the world. The Awards endeavour to recognise...

World Landscape Architect

 •  November 16

Onyx is situated at one of Bangkok’s busiest neighborhood next to the main busy road and surrounded by congested building blocks. “Passage” is the concept aims to create a unique journey through various transitional spaces between the city and the project. Between exterior and interior space. This transitional space helps to slowly adjust people’s...

World Landscape Architect

 •  November 14

On October 20th, 2017 at the American Society of Landscape Architecture (ASLA) Annual Conference in Los Angeles, CA – Martha Schwartz, Principal of Martha Schwartz Partners and Pamela Conrad, Associate with CMG Landscape Architecture based out of San Francisco, CA urged the landscape architecture community to actively contribute to reversing global...

World Landscape Architect

 •  November 13

AECOM and Van Alen Institute, with 100 Resilient Cities – Pioneered by The Rockefeller Foundation, today announced four finalists for Urban SOS® 2017: hOUR City, a global student ideas competition that challenged multidisciplinary teams to connect more people in regions around the world to the opportunities found in contemporary cities. An “hour...