Tag Land Art

Zollverein Park, a unique example of the restructuring of brownfield land

24-12-2018

Zollverein Park, a unique example of the restructuring of brownfield land

Zollverein, the former coal mine and cokery in Essen, Germany that houses a park by the same name is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Parviainen Architects and the Länsisalmi Power Station in Helsinki

17-12-2018

Parviainen Architects and the Länsisalmi Power Station in Helsinki

Parviainen Architects is the Production Energy and Recycling Completed Buildings category winner at the 2018 World Architecture Festival, its second prize this year after the Marigold Architecture Award.

Batlle i Roig wins Landscape of the Year at 2018 World Architecture Festival

04-12-2018

Batlle i Roig wins Landscape of the Year at 2018 World Architecture Festival

We were very pleased to learn that Catalan-based firm Batlle i Roig won the Landscape of the Year award at the 2018 World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.

Turenscape and the Puyangjiang River Corridor

29-11-2018

Turenscape and the Puyangjiang River Corridor

A major landscape reclamation project by Chinese firm Turenscape in the east China city of Pujiang has injected new life into a river and its degraded environment, reconnecting it with the city’s residents.

Uredd by Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter + Landskapsfabrikken

27-11-2018

Uredd by Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter + Landskapsfabrikken

The Haugen/Zohar Arkitekter design team with the landscapers from Landskapsfabrikken designed the Uredd rest area as a new tourist attraction along the Helgelandskysten, one of the National Scenic Routes.

A journey to the edges of the world, Erieta Attali

09-11-2018

A journey to the edges of the world, Erieta Attali

Renowned photographer Erieta Attali is present with her latest book, Periphery | Archaeology of Light, at Paris Photo, the mecca of photography enthusiasts.

BIOTOPE, the new project by SHJWORKS

30-10-2018

BIOTOPE, the new project by SHJWORKS

Biotope is a new project by SHJWORKS in Copenhagen, a three-year-long experiment with a microcosm of plants and insects in an exposed part of the city - a small green lot on a busy intersection, where the Danish studio has crafted a corner of self-sustaining life.

A bike path by Batlle i Roig

16-10-2018

A bike path by Batlle i Roig

Catalan architecture firm Batlle i Roig has designed an 890-metre-long bike path in Barcelona that connects various urban environments to make them more liveable and sustainable.

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