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

Curated by Christiane Burklein

KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature, an exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden.

23-04-2021 - Landscaping

KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature, an exhibition at the New York Botanical Garden.

A new exhibition has opened at the New York Botanical Garden - KUSAMA: Cosmic Nature, dedicated to the latest pieces by famous Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama. Installations that evoke the great fascination that the artist has always had for the natural world, but which also provide an opportunity to enjoy the wonderful landscapes of the botanical garden in which they have been set up.

A hi-tech footbridge over the Moldau

02-04-2021 - Landscaping

A hi-tech footbridge over the Moldau

A team of architects and engineers from Prague’s Klokner Institute CTU have built a footbridge over Bohemia’s Moldau River, on the EuroVelo 7 cycling route from Sweden to Sicily.

Pegasus Trail by 100architects: an urban attractor in Chongqing

08-03-2021 - Landscaping

Pegasus Trail by 100architects: an urban attractor in Chongqing

Pegasus Trail, a project by Shanghai firm 100architects located in the city of Chongqing, offers a new type of public space that they have dubbed an "urban toy". This is an urban playground for the use of the city and all its citizens, regardless of age, which aims to foster new interactions in the Chinese megalopolis.

RECENT PROJECTS

A sense of urban security thanks to design in Calgary

09-12-2020 - Landscaping

A sense of urban security thanks to design in Calgary

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.

Light installation by Matthias Oostrik in Assen

04-12-2020 - Landscaping

Light installation by Matthias Oostrik in Assen

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.

Moving Dunes, an installation by NÓS in Montreal

10-11-2020 - Landscaping

Moving Dunes, an installation by NÓS in Montreal

With Moving Dunes, the Canadian studio NÓS has designed an urban project in the centre of Montreal based on the concept of anamorphosis. This method revolves around a distorted projection requiring the viewer to occupy a specific vantage point, use special devices or both to view a recognizable image and here it animated their installation that they propose as an experiential mirage.

A look at the 21st edition of the International Garden Festival

05-10-2020 - Landscaping

A look at the 21st edition of the International Garden Festival

This year’s International Garden Festival at Reford Gardens in Canada entitled Métissages - blending or crossbreeding - was somewhat out of the ordinary. The five design teams selected from among 200 submissions following an international call for applications were unable to travel to Grand-Métis in June. Still, the Festival team built their installations to make sure the event could go ahead as planned.

The Line, installation by REgroup

30-09-2020 - Landscaping

The Line, installation by REgroup

The Line is a temporary structure designed by REgroup architecture in rural, Northern California. The installation was designed for small events, from musical performances to weddings, and offers a new type of rural event space for the area. The minimal design is a direct result of a very tight budget and a strong desire to minimise its environmental impact.

Rotterdam by bike, from countryside to canals

24-09-2020 - Landscaping

Rotterdam by bike, from countryside to canals

The city of Rotterdam is known for its harbour and its architecture, especially from the post-war period and today’s famous icons, from the Erasmus Bridge to the station and the Markthal, to name but a few. But in no time at all, you can ride your bike out of the city, through the green countryside with its picturesque canals and farms.

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