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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

ADHOC architectes, Your Place at the Table, installation in Montreal

21-09-2020 - Landscaping

ADHOC architectes, Your Place at the Table, installation in Montreal

The team from ADHOC architectes is behind the project called Your Place at the Table!, which you can visit in Montreal until October. The installation in Hydro-Quebec park was conceived to allow Montrealers to reappropriate this public space while respecting the regulations laid down by public health officials.

Opening of Manifesta 13 in Marseille

04-09-2020 - Landscaping

Opening of Manifesta 13 in Marseille

Opening later than initially scheduled, Manifesta 13 kicked off in Marseille on 28 August. The biennial event is taking place for the first time in France, as an embodiment of the initiative’s cross-disciplinary and multicultural ideals. A team of architects, urbanists, curators and art products explore the specific geographic and sociopolitical context of the French port city.

Colonnade, artwork by Observatorium in Chemnitz

25-08-2020 - Landscaping

Colonnade, artwork by Observatorium in Chemnitz

The Rotterdam-based Dutch art collective, Observatorium has created a temporary wooden architectural sculpture called Wandelgang/Colonnade in Chemnitz, Germany. Their work is part of the Gegenwarten/Presences festival celebrating art in the public urban space and launching a message of renewal.

V-Plaza by 3deluxe in Kaunas, Lithuania, an urban living room

16-07-2020 - Landscaping

V-Plaza by 3deluxe in Kaunas, Lithuania, an urban living room

V-Plaza, the work of the German architecture studio 3deluxe stands amid a newly designed set of buildings in Kaunas, Lithuania. This visionary plaza celebrates contemporary mobility and technology of the future—a joyful combination of skate park, playground and urban living room for the community.

WOW Park in Billund, land of Lego and nature

26-06-2020 - Landscaping

WOW Park in Billund, land of Lego and nature

Wow Park is opening just in time for the summer in Billund, the Danish city that hosts the Lego headquarters and Lego House. This treetop wonderland - the largest of its kind in the country - includes suspension bridges, nets in the sky, giant bouncy balls, swings and ziplines.

Revitalizing Prague’s Waterfront by petrjanda/brainwork

22-06-2020 - Landscaping

Revitalizing Prague’s Waterfront by petrjanda/brainwork

A ten-year project for the revitalization of the riverfront area of Prague, at the same time, setting up a new connection between the Vltava River and the city. The whole project extends along the Prague riverbank for more than 4 km and has sparked a gradual cultural and social rebirth in those areas that had been abandoned after the 2002 floods.

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