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Landscaping and urban design because public spaces are becoming more and more important in architecture.

Curated by Christiane Burklein

A green lung: Sasaki’s Jiading Park

29-07-2021 - Landscaping

A green lung: Sasaki’s Jiading Park

Sasaki landscape architects’ Jiading Park is a 70 hectare park in a central location, created through new development of 17 square kilometres on the edge of Shanghai: an award-winning project that improves the quality of the environment and therefore its inhabitants’ well-being.

100architects realizza The Nest a Chengdu

22-07-2021 - Landscaping

100architects realizza The Nest a Chengdu

Gli architetti dello studio internazionale 100architects hanno realizzato un nuovo parco giochi urbano. È The Nest, un esempio di design accattivante e stimolante per migliorare l’interazione tra le persone e per abbellire il contesto pubblico metropolitano, in questo caso nella città di Chengdu.

Empathy Park by studio audal for the Seoul International Garden Festival

12-07-2021 - Landscaping

Empathy Park by studio audal for the Seoul International Garden Festival

Quentin Aubry and Zeger Dalenberg’s Studio audal designed Empathy Park in Seoul, South Korea: a park for everyone, from insects to animals and various categories of people. The installation was created for the Seoul International Garden Festival with the Korean landscape architects of Timperley Garden.

RECENT PROJECTS

IJsselbiennale celebrates the relationship between people and landscape

09-07-2021 - Landscaping

IJsselbiennale celebrates the relationship between people and landscape

IJsselbiennale is an open-air exhibition held in the IJssel valley between Doesburg and Zwolle, in the Netherlands. As in other places, art becomes a powerful form of communication, emotionally involving people in the protection of the environment and the fight against climate change.

Stadtkrone, land art by Observatorium in Dorsten

02-07-2021 - Landscaping

Stadtkrone, land art by Observatorium in Dorsten

The Rotterdam-based art collective, Observatorium, is back in the Ruhr area, this time in Dorsten. Their new work entitled Stadtkrone, the city crown so to speak, is tied to their previous interventions carried out in the area. Stadtkrone is a landmark in a recently redeveloped city park, created to provide users with a new panoramic observation point over the Lippe river and the Canal.

Murals for Ivrea, added to UNESCO World Heritage List as an industrial city of the 20th century

18-06-2021 - Landscaping

Murals for Ivrea, added to UNESCO World Heritage List as an industrial city of the 20th century

Ivrea, added to the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2018 as an industrial city of the 20th century, has been embellished with a series of murals on various buildings. A sign that clearly demonstrates the importance of street art in urban regeneration, following the humanistic spirit of Ivrea's famous industrialist Adriano Olivetti.

UNIÓN, a project by Boa Mistura and Myke Towers that unites six countries through art

14-06-2021 - Landscaping

UNIÓN, a project by Boa Mistura and Myke Towers that unites six countries through art

The latest project by Boa Mistura, the Madrid-based creative collective, in collaboration with the Puerto Rican artist Myke Towers spans 6 countries and aims to materialise those invisible bonds like art, music and sports, which connect people and places beyond cultural, racial or social differences.

From old factory to youth activity centre: a project by REDe Architects and Moguang Studio

11-06-2021 - Landscaping

From old factory to youth activity centre: a project by REDe Architects and Moguang Studio

Two Chinese firms, REDe Architects and Moguang Studio, have overseen the renovation and transformation of a former clothing factory in the suburban outer belt of Beijing. It now has an entirely new use as a youth activity centre, all whilst maintaining the original layout of the industrial buildings.

Forest Tower by Studio EFFEKT: a way to reconnect with nature

31-05-2021 - Landscaping

Forest Tower by Studio EFFEKT: a way to reconnect with nature

Danish firm EFFEKT are the architects behind the Forest Tower for the Camp Adventure Park in southern Denmark, which offers a wide range of activities based on interacting with nature, such as tree climbing and aerial ziplining. But its iconic tower is the true landmark that brings visitors back into contact with nature.

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