Landscaping Green Architecture
Landscaping and urban design because public spaces are becoming more and more important in architecture.
Curated by Christiane Burklein
06-01-2021 - Landscaping
To see in the new year, we take a look back at the public landscaping projects that impressed us the most in 2020. Interest in projects that upgrade public space, one of Livegreenblog’s pet themes, has grown enormously, not least because of the pandemic.
09-12-2020 - Landscaping
Calgary 9 Block Project us the name of the project by the students from the University of Calgary’s School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape (SAPL). It is a temporary, experimental installation specifically tailored to improve the perceived sense of safety in a downtown zone, developed under the supervision of Professor Mauricio Soto-Rubio and robotics specialist Guy Gardner.
04-12-2020 - Landscaping
Using the “De Maten” railway underpass in the Dutch city of Assen is a unique experience. The light installation called Een Spoor van Water—A Trail of Water—by the artist Matthias Oostrik lights up every time a train passes overhead and symbolically connects to the city’s waterways. An artistic expression that helps to pre-empt the atmosphere of a non-place often associated with these infrastructures.