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LOLA landscape architects wins the TOPOS Landscape Award 2014

Posted: Friday, August 15, 2014
Landscape architecture firm LOLA (Lost Landscapes) of Rotterdam recently won the TOPOS Landscape Award 2014. The international award honors a landscape architecture practice for their noteworthy contributions to the field and their innovative work that is seen as exemplary of contemporary landscape architecture. LOLA will receive…

Budcud’s winning design for the Voronezh City Reservoir Open Ideas Competition in Russia

Posted: Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Polish practice Budcud shared their winning proposal in an ideas competition to revive the iconic Voronezh Reservoir in Voronezh City, Russia. Built at the center of the city in 1972, the reservoir -- locally known as "The Voronezh Sea" -- was a recreational spot until increasing…

The Forest Tissue Garden, a 3rd prize winner for the 10th International Garden Expo in Hubei, China

Posted: Tuesday, August 12, 2014
"The Forest Tissue Garden—unveiling the process" by Paris-Rome team KH Studio + Atelier EEM won a third-prize award in a competition for the 10th International Garden Expo in Hubei, China. Taking place in September 2015-April 2016, the expo is China's largest landscape event, with 30…

Winning ideas of the Homegrown Design Challenge in Toronto, Canada

Posted: Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The Homegrown Design Challenge brought a refreshing mix of public green-space ideas for Toronto's yards, alleys, schoolgrounds, and parking lots. Launched by Workshop Architecture and the David Suzuki Foundation, the open competition sought low-cost, easy-to-implement green design solutions to serve as an inspiring…

Green Square Design Competition Entry by Lockhart-Krause Architect

Posted: Wednesday, July 09, 2014
Australian architect Jesse Lockhart-Krause has shared with us his competition entry for the recent Green Square Design Competition, an initiative by the City of Sydney to drum up development ideas for Gunyama Park and Green Square Aquatic Center. In the competition brief, the City defines…

Walter Gors Park competition reveals winning idea for a new water-oriented public space in Australia

Posted: Friday, June 27, 2014
Sydney-based landscape architecture firm Corkery Consulting has the winning concept in the Walter Gors Park Design Ideas Competition for Warringah in New South Wales, Australia. Organized by the Warringah Council, the competition searched for the best proposed revival of the Walter Gors Park and a new…

Lines of Memories - 2nd place winner of the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical Natural Park competition

Posted: Thursday, June 26, 2014
Lines of Memories by ONZ Architects, MDESIGN, LOLA landscape architects and 24H Architecture recently won second prize in the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical Natural Park Areas of Focus Ideas Competition. Interdisciplinary teams proposed contemporary design solutions to improve the connectivity and…

UNStudio’s “rainbow ribboned” World Horticultural Expo Pavilion in Qingdao, China

Posted: Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Peaking from the mountainous landscape of Qingdao stands UNStudio's World Horticultural Expo Theme Pavilion. After UNStudio won the 2011 competition, the project was built as part of the ongoing 2014 World Horticultural Expo. The aluminum-paneled pavilion, whose vertical edges sport the expo's color scheme,…

A closer look into the 3rd-prize Port of Kinmen Passenger Service Center entry

Posted: Thursday, May 15, 2014
Next up from Taiwan's recently concluded Port of Kinmen Passenger Service Center competition is 3rd-prize winner Lorcan O'Herlihy Architects. In their entry, LOHA emphasized integrating landscape design to the seaside structure as well as cultural venues to further open up the port to residents and their…

DELVA Landscape Architects and plusofficearchitects designs Vlaspark concept for Kuurne, Belgium

Posted: Thursday, March 13, 2014
DELVA Landscape Architects and plusofficearchitects were recently selected to plan long-term redevelopment for the 35ha Heuelebeek-Leiemeersen region in Kuurne, Belgium. In the team's latest ecological park project, their "Vlaspark" concept will better re-connect Kuurne to its open land surroundings and rivers. The plan will…

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