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LANDSCAPE + PLANNING

8.4

Floating Fields / Thomas Chung

Floating Fields by Thomas Chung from the School of Architecture at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. As its name suggests, “Floating Fields” is simply vegetables planted on a pond near the flour factory. Premised on a vision for “Re-Living the City,” the work aspires to an alternative, organic living based on reinvigorating post-industrial architecture and public space with a productive edible landscape...
7.8

MacKenzie Falls Gorge Trail / Hansen Partnership

Engaged by Parks Victoria, Hansen Partnership developed a parks recovery Master Plan for the Mackenzie Falls Precinct after the destruction of a key footbridge in early 2012. The proposal defined a bold design solution for enhanced visitor experiences at one of Australia’s largest waterfalls, located with the Grampians National Park, Victoria...
7.4

Tagus Linear Park / Topiaris Landscape Architecture

Tagus Linear Park in Póvoa de Santa Iria, Portugal, This expansive landscape architecture project was created by Topiaris Landscape Architecture. The Park is an area of 14ha conquered to the industrial private sector. Adjacent urban communities are given recreation opportunity in direct contact with the riverside, which was until recently blocked by large industrial lots...
7.5

Aranzadi Park / Aldayjover Architecture and Landscape

Aranzadi Park, located in Pamplona, Spain designed by aldayjover architecture and landscape, The design worked a delicate balance between the centennial orchards, the people and the new floodable spaces that offer relief to the river while avoiding damages and generating new and rich wetlands. It is recognized internationally as a model example of the relation between river floodplains and public spaces...
6.9

SFC Bridge / FIRM AD

The SFC Bridge, A public art and infrastructural collaboration with Marman and Borins. Toronto, ON 2015. Aluminum panels and curtain wall on steel structure, with painted mural interior. demonstrates how creative collaborations can bring playful and unprecedented experiences to urban infrastructure. Officially completed in February, 2015, the project combines public art and architecture to transform a pedestrian access point into a striking landmark...
8.2

Barangaroo Reserve / PWP Landscape Architecture

Barangaroo Reserve is a new public park built from site-extracted sandstone, restoring the historical headland foreshore that has been inaccessible to the public in more than a century. Led by PWP Landscape Architecture and local Australian landscape architects, JPW, the lightng designers at Webb drew inspiraton from the area’s rich and colourful maritme history,...
7.2

Drapers Field / Kinnear Landscape Architects

The park at Drapers Field, Leyton, serves the Olympic Village projects. Formerly a service facility for the 2012 Olympics, Drapers Field was redesigned by Kinnear Landscape Architects (KLA) as a vibrant community space, improving sport and play provision and encouraging more children into activity both play and sport...
8.1

Salling Tower / Dorte Mandrup Arkitekter

The viewing tower and landmark of Aarhus Harbour in Denmark is shaped like a sharp origami paper cut. It elegantly rests on a 3 square meter foot print, making the heavy white body of steel seem effortless. The white steel tower will stand out as a glowing landmark giving identity to the area and act as a point of reference and meetings in this new part of the city...
7.8

Philadelphia Navy Yards Central Green / James Corner Field Operations

The Navy Yards Central Green Park be located in the heart of the Central Green District to provide an interactive green space to tenants and visitors. The Central Green Park is planned as a five-acre, five-sided, open space with Rouse Blvd on its northeast edge. James Corner Field Operations, the landscape architecture firm famous for designing New York City’s High Line, led the creative team behind Central Green...
7.7

Yanweizhou Park in Jinhua City / Turenscape

Designed by Chinese landscape firm Turenscape, Located in center of Jinhua City, Yanweizhou Park sites at the mouth of three over 100 meter wide rivers. This 64 acre (26ha) natural wetland had remained undeveloped due to its inaccessibility until it became the center for cultural activities featuring a concert hall and green spaces. The problem though was that these spaces were underutilized due to lack of accessibility. In addition, a large 50 acre (20 ha) wetland was damaged by sand quarrying, disturbing natural habitat for native birds...
6.7

Littlehaven Promenade / OOBE Ltd

The Littlehaven promenade and sea wall scheme has transformed a stretch of South Shields’ seafront in north east England from a neglected length of coastline into a desirable visitor destination. The scheme demonstrates how a conventional sea defence scheme can, with appropriate innovation in design and attention to detail during construction, be delivered to provide both a robust sea...
6.1

Qinglongshan Cultural Plaza / Atelier DYJG

Qinglongshan Cultural Plaza in Fushan District, Yantai City (Shandong Province, China) design by DYJG Atelier. The area of the site was 11 hectares, and a museum and a plaza would be built here. At the outset, the designer divided functional areas. The landscape architect enclosed a series of small amphitheatres with green islands in the south-west of the museum, thereby providing a place for gatherings and cultural performance...