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Mechanized River Valley Access in Edmonton, Canada by DIALOG

22-05-2020 - Landscaping

Mechanized River Valley Access in Edmonton, Canada by DIALOG

The Mechanized River Valley Access by DIALOG connects downtown Edmonton, Canada with its spectacular Saskatchewan river valley. The project is one of the recipients of the 2020 National Urban Design Award, organized by the Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP) and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CLSA).

Creek Play by 100architects for Dubai Creek Harbour

15-04-2020 - Landscaping

Creek Play by 100architects for Dubai Creek Harbour

The architects from Shanghai-based studio, 100architects have completed a project to make the most of the public space as part of the Dubai Creek Harbour urban development plan by Emaar Properties. Creek Play provides active public spaces that you can cover on foot, zones that encourage discovery and interaction for kids and adults alike.

18 Shades of Gay by Claude Cormier, 2020 RAIC Award of Excellence

09-04-2020 - Landscaping

18 Shades of Gay by Claude Cormier, 2020 RAIC Award of Excellence

The Royal Architectural Institute of Canada (RAIC), the Canadian Institute of Planners (CIP), and the Canadian Society of Landscape Architects (CLSA) announced the 2020 National Urban Design Award winners, one of which is the landscape Claude Cormier with his work 18 Shades of Gay in the Urban Fragments category.

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Yiwu Cultural Square, a public stage by UAD

16-09-2019 - Landscaping

Yiwu Cultural Square, a public stage by UAD

The architects from the Architectural Design and Research Institute of Zhejiang University (UAD) designed a large, multipurpose cultural complex in the southeast China city of Yiwu. An opportunity to create a new image of the city.

2019 American Architecture Awards to Civitas and W for Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park in Tampa

09-09-2019 - Landscaping

2019 American Architecture Awards to Civitas and W for Julian B. Lane Riverfront Park in Tampa

The project in a challenged neighbourhood in West Tampa, Florida by Denver-based urban design and landscape architecture firm Civitas and W Architecture and Landscape Architecture of New York has netted not one but two 2019 American Architecture Awards for the designers.

The 20th edition of the International Garden Festival in Grand-Métis

27-08-2019 - Landscaping

The 20th edition of the International Garden Festival in Grand-Métis

The International Garden Festival in Grand-Métis, near Quebec, Canada is celebrating its 20th anniversary with some fun and games. The selected theme - Terrains de jeu - Playgrounds - is fertile ground for creativity, encompassing both the notion of compact space and play.

The sixth edition of Passages Insolites in Quebec

23-08-2019 - Landscaping

The sixth edition of Passages Insolites in Quebec

Passages Insolites is a 4 km public art circuit in the historic Petit Champlain and Saint-Roch districts of Quebec, Canada. This is the sixth edition of the event that brings together 14 artworks crafted by 40 local and international artists and architecture collectives whose work plays on the idea of “unusual passages”.

2019 Festival des Architectures Vives (FAV) - Beauty

13-08-2019 - Landscaping

2019 Festival des Architectures Vives (FAV) - Beauty

The Festival des Architectures Vives has been setting alight Montpellier, France every summer since 2006. For the 14th time, this event has invited visitors to step into the city’s massive architectural heritage because many usually inaccessible private palazzos and courtyards open their doors to the public during FAV.

LeuWebb Projects, Long Division installation

05-08-2019 - Landscaping

LeuWebb Projects, Long Division installation

At a time when there is always talk of walls, borders, divisions and boundaries, the site-specific work “Long Division” by LeuWebb Project uses the fence as a starting point to consider how the land around Mississauga, the Bradley Museum of Ontario in Canada, has been occupied, settled and colonized.

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