Landscape Design

Apt greenlighted plans to convert listed safes into bike storage | news

View full screen Apt has been given the go-ahead for an office project involving the conversion of a maze of listed Georgian vaults into bicycle storage and office space. Islington City Council voted unanimously to approve the outskirts plan, located at Lamb’s Passage and designed for Lamb’s Passage Real Estate …

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Wujiaqiao Villager House Reconstruction Design / FANAF + Jiangsu Institute of Urban & Rural Planning and Design

Wujiaqiao Villager House Reconstruction Design / FANAF + Jiangsu Institute of Urban & Rural Planning and Design © Zhi Yi Architectural Photography + 28 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/987828/reconstruction-design-of-wujiaqiao-villagers-home-fanaf-plus-jiangsu-institute-of-urban-and-rural-planning-and-design © Zhi Yi Architectural Photography Text description of the architects. The project is located in Wuqiao Village, …

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5 bedroom house in Le Mars

Welcome to this amazing custom built ranch home in south east Le Mars!! This 5 bedroom home is ready for you, nestled in a beautiful walkable setting with landscape design and features completed by Outdoor Elements. A covered entrance greets you as you enter the open plan living concept, kitchen …

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Regional Plan Association and RISD reinvent Rikers Island in NYC

A new 30-page report released by the Regional Plan Association (RPA) offers a restorative, sewage treatment plant-anchored vision of redemption and renewal for an island long populated by and synonymous with New York’s troubled main prison complex . In response to a larger (and not uncontroversial) release plan that would …

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SOM unveils design for Singapore’s tallest skyscraper inspired by bamboo forests

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) has unveiled the design for a 63-story tower in Singapore to be built as “one of Asia’s most sustainable skyscrapers and Singapore’s tallest skyscraper”. Dubbed 8 Shenton Way, the 305-meter mixed-use skyscraper is inspired by bamboo forests and creates a vertical indoor-outdoor community with a …

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Mariani Landscape offers expert tips for cleaning the fall garden

LAKE BLUFF, Illinois — With fall garden clean-ups in full swing, Mariani Landscape offers Chicagoans expert tips and advice on how to best protect their yards, landscaping and plants during the harsh winter months and better prepare for the spring growing season next year. Based in Lake Bluff, Mariani Landscape …

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Maya Lin designs new performing arts studio building for Bard College

Frank Gehry’s nosedive, stainless-steel clad Richard B. Fisher Center for the Performing Arts at Bard College is getting a new neighbor. As announced by Bard earlier this week and subsequently reported by The New York Times, Maya Lin was selected to design a special performing arts studio building for the …

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nina nomura creates artistically perforated landscapes by melting holes in everyday plastic objects

“Life Through Holes” by Nina Nomura On the occasion of Edition 2022 by DESIGNART Tokyo, the Japanese artist Nina Nomura presents her exhibition “Life Through Holes” at Hibiya OKUROJI. In her work, Nomura melts holes in everyday life plastic products, off chairs and tables to a refrigerator and its contents. …

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Now it’s time to head back into the garden

NOW we’re in the middle of Spring, it’s time to bring those green thumbs back to the garden. Here’s a group of people who can help create a green space in any environment. NOW we’re in the middle of Spring, it’s time to bring those green thumbs back to the …

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IHC subsidiary Emirates Stallions Group continues to beat expectations with earnings up 197%

The subsidiary is set for an aggressive fourth quarter growth plan targeting new profitable projects and acquisitions. Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates: Emirates Stallions Group (ADX: ESG) (“ESG”), the leading investment, engineering and construction services company and subsidiary of International Holding Company (IHC), has grown its annual revenues and profits …

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Zhu Feng Village For-All Community Center / SAFA Architectural Design Laboratory

Zhu Feng Village For-All Community Center / SAFA Architectural Design Laboratory © Qingshan Wu + 29 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/990317/zhu-feng-village-for-all-safa-laboratory-of-architectural-design area area of ​​this architectural project Area : 416 sqm Year Year of completion of this architectural project Year : 2021 photographs Manufacturer Brands with …

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An important milestone for the profession of landscape architect

Monday, October 10, 2022 at 9:08 amPress Release: Institute for Landscape Architects What is possibly one of the country’s most misunderstood professions is preparing to mark an important milestone as it increasingly finds itself at the forefront of a number of key issues facing Aotearoa New Zealand. New Zealand’s Institute …

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Diverse designer exhibition with current architecture students, alumni | Nebraska today

To raise awareness of the diversity of design throughout Nebraska, the College of Architecture is hosting Say It Loud, a traveling exhibition featuring diverse designers—including two current University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and 24 alumni. The exhibition will be held October 11-15 on campus near the Willa Cather Dining Complex. RDG …

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Diller Scofidio Renfro’s Prior Performing Arts Center opens

The DSR Prior Performing Arts Center is designed as a public commons Prior Performing Arts Center by Diller Scofidio + Renfro at the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Massachusetts The College of the Holy Cross just opened a $110 million performing arts center designed by Diller Scofidio + …

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Pioneering landscape architect, grantee to visit Stuckeman School remotely

Cross is also an Associate Professor at the University of Detroit Mercy SACD, where he teaches Site Analysis and Design, Design Studio, and specialty courses. As a faculty co-advisor to the SACD chapter of the National Organization of Minority Architecture Students, he also advises master’s students in the fields of …

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Graczyk expressed his thanks at the customer event in the Kearney region in October

KEARNEY – Graczyk Lawn & Landscape has booked for October 20 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at his Kearney shop at 1170 30th Ave. a grand opening and customer appreciation event planned. The event begins at 4:00pm with a ribbon cutting ceremony presented by the Kearney Area Chamber of …

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Daly Field playground repairs are priced at $99,000; Easthampton inaugurates first official starting point; Pascommuck plant sale

EASTHAMPTON — The estimate to replace the main playground structure at Daly Field, which was damaged by a severe thunderstorm late last month, is $99,000, according to Parks and Recreation Director John Mason. The August 26 storm, with destructive winds, downed nearly 20 trees, some of which had splintered or …

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What’s going on with some of the Salem Parkway intersections?

Q: Why are trees and shrubs being removed from the land around intersections and along the Salem Parkway? Trees and shrubs, some of which bloomed beautifully in spring and summer, were shredded into mulch. Q: What happened to all the vegetation on the Salem Parkway between the Silas Creek and …

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Botnick talks about the making of artist books – The Bowdoin Orient

Collin TardioBOOK NICK: Ken Botnick, art professor at Washington University in St. Louis, will give a lecture on the structure and composition of artists’ books. Professor of Art at Washington University in St. Louis and publication designer Ken Botnick spoke Wednesday afternoon about the creative process and structure of artists’ …

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HOBART autumn exhibition shows “Art in the local landscape”

POLISHED STONE BENCHES”: This work by Steven Snyder is featured in the HOBART Fall 2022 exhibition “Art In The Native Landscape” running September 24-25 and October 1-2 from 11am-5pm at Steinbeiser’s Farm , 718 County, seen is 519 Street, Frenchtown. The HOBART Fall 2022 Art Show will feature some of …

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Boutique Palm Beach attracts developers

Plans for a nine-story apartment tower a block from Palm Beach, with arches to rival the Leaning Tower of Pisa, have been submitted to Gold Coast City Council. The 9,000-square-foot lot at 1199 Gold Coast Highway would give way to an aging brick condominium complex for a 23-unit high-rise on …

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Tony G. Lopes – Turlock Journal

Tony G. Lopes was born on December 18, 1938 in Hilmar, California to John and Virginia Lopes. He lived in Hilmar until he was drafted into the US Army and enlisted in the 101st Airborne. In 1969 he married the love of his life, Jeannie Valle. They have been blessed …

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Shaping the campus of the future

Development of the Comprehensive Campus Plan (CCP) is underway – a living document that informs how campus space can be used to support the growing and changing campus community for the next 10 years and beyond. The last update of the campus master plan by the institute was completed in …

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Virtual meeting to discuss possible future of Friendship Park

SAN DIEGO (KGTV) — Dozens of members of the Friends of Friendship Park group and others gathered online Monday to discuss what they would like to see with Friendship Park in the South Bay after the federal government suspended a plan to repair the Border wall near the park. James …

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Green and Pleasant: 10 Best Places to Stay near Lush Gardens in the UK | Travel

Big Dixter, Rye, Sussex Fans of the great garden writer Christopher Lloyd will know his home here as a place of pilgrimage. It was conceived 100 years ago in collaboration with architect Lutyens, whose stone and tile frames give each garden ‘space’ its own dynamic. A fanfare of flowers, leaves …

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Awash With Nature: Six Homes That Will Let You Revel In The Elements

like the days As we get longer and the temperature begins to rise, our appetite to engage with nature grows. Celebrating the beginning of spring and its promise of warmth and regeneration, we’re restoring six homes that are beautifully designed to engage with the outside world—especially when bathing and showering. …

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Architect Lawrence Scarpa will give a keynote at LightSPEC West

Great architects know that light is a powerful force in design. Ludwig Mies van der Rohe said, “Visual truth lies in the structure of light.” Steven Holl believed that “a building speaks through the stillness of perception orchestrated by light”. And Le Corbusier left us with the majestic phrase: “Architecture …

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City Council decides on new Pleasanton cricket pitch site | news

Pleasanton City Council will finalize the site for a new cricket pitch at Ken Mercer Sports Park during Tuesday’s council meeting. City officials are recommending one of three proposed locations for the field based on feedback from community and sports organizations provided to the Parks and Recreation Commission at its …

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Oregon Zoo Education Center / Opsis Architecture

Oregon Zoo Education Center / Opsis Architecture © Christian Columbres + 16 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/988188/oregon-zoo-education-center-opsis-architecture area area of ​​this architectural project Area : 20000 sqft Year Year of completion of this architectural project Year : 2016 photographs Manufacturer Brands with products used in this …

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Emma Webster reinvents landscape painting with VR technology – ARTnews.com

Emma Webster is not a landscape painter, but a landscape painter. The differentiation is subtle but significant, the nuance suggesting that the British-American artist’s paintings are imaginative collages depicting their own ecosystems, separate from what we might see out of a window. Though recognizable shapes (trees, caves, flowers) abound, the …

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25 Cannon Street, EC4 – Redux

A renovated pocket park recently opened near St. Paul’s Cathedral and now features a large, polished reflection pond that allows photographers to see the cathedral reflected in the still water. That’s the theory at least, but what about during a heatwave when all the water features are off? Well, you …

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This simple hack will save your houseplants while you’re on vacation

Keeping houseplants happy and healthy is easier said than done. You need to find the ideal lighting, temperature, and potting situation, and make sure you water them at the right intervals. And if your plants start to droop or turn brown, you’ll need to make adjustments to get them back …

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The ancient seismic design of the Himalayas

In 1905, a deadly earthquake shook the landscape of Himachal Pradesh, an Indian state in the western Himalayas. Stable-looking concrete structures toppled like houses of cards. The only surviving buildings were in towns where residents had used an ancient, traditional Himalayan building technique known as cath kuni. On a warm …

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How the world’s ‘spongiest’ city is coping with flooding

The team mapped the proportions of gray (concrete and buildings), green (vegetation), and blue (ponds and streams) in the seven cities using geographic information systems (GIS), satellite imagery, and machine learning. These maps were then combined with information about soil types and runoff potential to determine each city’s natural absorbency. …

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Arts District could get Studio Hub

East End Capital has applied to the City of Los Angeles Urban Planning Department for a 15-acre studio complex in the Arts District. When complete, the $800 million project will be a 720,400 square foot content production campus with sound stages. The proposed ADLA campus in the East End at …

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The UH team presents a new vision for the Port of Ala Wai

(Image credit: UHCDC) A redesigned Port of Ala Wai is part of a new vision plan developed by the University of Hawaii Community Design Center (UHCDC). The proof-of-concept planning and design services offered by UHCDC provided the state hawaii Department of Boating and Marine Recreation (DOBOR) with concept options for …

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Architectus-designed community reaches completion | architecture design

Architectus, along with Cbus Property, Hutchinson Builders and Arcadia Landscape Architecture, are celebrating the completion of The Langston, a 462-unit mixed-use skyscraper in Epping, north-west Sydney. In addition to the apartments, the district includes a two-story retail podium and an adjacent 2,750-square-foot vibrant central public plaza. Architectus studied the wind …

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Brief: Use landscape architecture when designing infrastructure | letters

The New York State Department of Transportation’s recent plans to revamp Route 33 into downtown Buffalo reinforce my belief that the time is right for a paradigm shift in how we, as taxpayers, fund the design of urban space. Allowing traffic engineers to execute the design process severely limits the …

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Five houses of secondary architecture

Google “Matt Elkan Architect” and you will discover a treasure trove of inspirational work. Predominant in this work are beautiful residential projects that respond to Australia’s unique climate and tropical conditions, speaking of both minimal beach life and Japanese aesthetics. Exuding calm and serenity, these homes are situated on Sydney’s …

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A tour of California’s best hidden botanical and architectural masterpiece

“Enter when a hundred sorrows disappear. Laugh as the great river expands.”Vertically inscribed couplet at the entrance of the Chinese Garden Tea House. Liu Fang Yuan, or The Garden of Flowing Fragrance, is an incredible 15-hectare garden designed in the traditional style of the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) scholars’ gardens in …

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Seelaube / Bach Mühle Fuchs + After apricots

Seelaube / Bach Mühle Fuchs + After apricots © Gwladys Gurtler + 21 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/986662/lake-gazebo-bach-muhle-fuchs-plus-after-apricots © Gwladys Gurtler Text description of the architects. For the Annecy Paysages 2021 exhibition, we had the opportunity to design a pavilion. A prism-shaped structure perched on the …

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Retro Japan: The Three-Armed Bridge in Tokyo maintains its beauty amidst a changing landscape

TOKYO – A rare three-way bridge built in 1929 in the central part of the Japanese capital still retains its functional beauty despite the changing landscape around it. Picturesque street lanterns resembling lilies of the valley are seen on Miyoshi Bridge in Chuo …

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Better Than Ever: The Faculty Club reopens after renovations, preserving what the Bruins loved

In 1959, the UCLA Faculty Center opened its doors to faculty who could enjoy meals and a second home on campus by paying their 50-cent monthly dues. But the center was and always has been much more than that. For decades it has offered a range of services including hosting …

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Location is Rye, New York Mansion – DIRT

“It was as close to heaven as you could get on Long Island.” So says Sabrina Fairchild (Audrey Hepburn) at the beginning of Billy Wilder’s beloved 1954 classic Sabrina, as she describes the Larrabee family mansion where she lives grew up with her father as a chauffeur. In truth, three …

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Aboriginal healing garden unveiled at Alberta Children’s Hospital

Breadcrumb Trail Links news local news “This is our corner as tribal peoples, but it’s also our corner to show others who we are and come together in spirit.” Elder Marilyn Shingoose, Foodscape’s Heather Morigeau and Aboriginal Hospital Liaison Georgina Bird pose at the new Indigenous Healing Garden on Thursday. …

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Hampshire County sheriff candidates compete in the first forum

EASTHAMPTON — Candidates for sheriff are conducting an active campaign, criss-crossing Hampshire County, to introduce themselves to voters as part of a public education push aimed at boosting interest in sheriff’s races nationwide. The Easthampton Democratic City Committee will host a mask-optional candidate forum on Thursday, August 4 from 7-9 …

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Vacaville City Council considers funding improvements to Trower Park – The Vacaville Reporter

Trower Park is one of six parks in Vacaville whose improvements will be funded by Measure M under the city’s 2022-23 fiscal year budget. The city council will decide on the allocation of funds at its meeting on Tuesday. Named for a family who lived near the site in the …

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Featured Project: Little Island, NY

Small islandNew York, New York, United States104,544 sf intensive green roof(Video) Greenroofs.com Featured Project July 20, 2022 Efficient stormwater management is badly needed in our highly developed, low-lying cities in many areas around the world, and nature-based solutions offer many attractive benefits. Such is the case with our current Featured …

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Photographer Erieta Attali explores glass architecture in an exhibition at the Greek Monument

Photographer Erieta Attali explores glass architecture in an exhibition at the Greek Monument TadaoAndo. Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth Dallas, USA. Image © Erieta Attali Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/985563/photographer-erieta-attali-explores-glass-architecture-in-exhibition-held-in-greek-monument Hardly any other material can convey an architectural atmosphere as well as glass. Because of …

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How is your garden growing?

Simple steps to promote beauty and sustainability As the sustainable gardening movement continues to grow, static courtyards with tightly trimmed lawns and razor-sharp box trees give way to wilder spaces where bees hum, butterflies flutter and insects squirm beneath a musky-scented carpet of rotting leaves. Thanks in part to recent …

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Angry skaters prepare for a symbolic groundbreaking to demand action at City Hall

Supporters of Portland’s skate scene will take to the streets today to draw attention to the delay in building a planned skate park near the west end of the Steel Bridge. The park, which was designed by Dao Construction and would occupy 30,000 feet on the west side of Naito …

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The comprehensive plan for the development of the Humber area is a recipe for a new city: dense, colorful and chaotic

Ally & Morrison/Handout A woman is walking down a street towards the bakery. To her left rise the knobbly bricks and rust-red painted railings of a tenement; another building on the right scatters the sun with white awnings. Two men sit in the shade of a ginkgo tree and talk. …

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Practical and pretty courtyards are the stars of the Portland Landscape Architecture + Design Tour on July 16

Has your garden lost its charm? Get inspired as six outstanding outdoor spaces from the rugged to the sophisticated are showcased at the 2022 Portland Landscape Architecture + Design Tour on Saturday, July 16. Ticket holders ($30 each, or two for $50, mads.media/2022pdxoutdoor) meet landscape architects and builders ready to …

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Echo of the Sea / Tongyi Architects

Echo of the Sea / Tongyi Architects roof ramp. Image © ZUZO VISION + 40 Split Split Facebook Twitter post Pinterest Whatsapp or https://www.archdaily.com/984566/echo-of-the-sea-tongyi-architects north facade. Image © ZUZO VISION The “Echo of the Sea” is located in the Rongcheng Ailian Bay Scenic Area surrounded by Swan Lake. Swans travel …

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Marge Hols, St. Paul’s gardener and columnist, dies aged 86

Discussing plants with Marge Hols often led to a tour of the expansive, exquisite gardens surrounding her Summit Avenue home. And talking perennials? For more than one gardener, that led to Hols insisting they take a few home. A plant from Hols had a backstory written in careful script: its …

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The park on Presidio Parkway is about to open

Students, teachers and parents watch try out the playgrounds at the new Presidio Tunnel Tops Park between Presidio and Crissy Field in San Francisco, California on Thursday, June 30, 2022. (Alan Dep/Marin Independent Journal) Five-year-old Ethan Duran, left, and Adrian Curran-Huberty, both from San Francisco, play with sand and water …

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Planning Shock: Where the Heck Are the Pollies?

The ACT Legislative Assembly… Once again, politicians are absent from planning matters and the future of the city. Photo: Paul Costigan “Geoff Pryor’s presentation was devastating to anyone who still believed the ACT Greens and Labor politicians when they said planning reforms would bring positive results for the city,” writes …

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Blatchley as Outstanding Student at RCC | excellent news

Gerri Hunt Special for RockinghamNow WENTWORTH – During May’s graduation ceremony, Dayahna Blatchley received the Outstanding Student Award – the RCC’s highest recognition each year. The faculty nominates students for the award who have a GPA of at least 3.25. The nominees are then interviewed by a faculty committee. Blatchley …

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Garden design school opened at Harewood House

A YORKSHIRE-based garden designer with a world-class portfolio is launching a new school dedicated to training northern landscape designers. Alistair Baldwin, who founded Richmond-based landscape and architecture consultancy AWB Associates over 15 years ago, says it’s time for a school that teaches aspiring new designers of the future how to …

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London apartment renovation: How an extension transformed this run-down studio into an airy one-bed room

W When Christian Brailey and Faye Johnson inspected a tiny one-bedroom apartment with tobacco-colored walls, old carpets, and rotting windows, it didn’t look like their dream home. But as an architect and landscaper, the two saw the potential of the property. The couple used all their insider knowledge of design …

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Paradise City Council reluctantly approves food ordinance – Paradise Post

Paradise City Council narrowly approved a food waste ordinance by a 3-2 vote Tuesday night to comply with the new state law, despite objections and concerns from all five councillors. The regulation stems from Senate Bill 1383 Short-Lived Climate Pollutants, passed in 2016, which requires the state to reduce the …

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UGA, rural communities are working on safe hiking routes

The aim is to create areas for movement and play for the residents In many rural Georgia communities, there are few safe trails away from high-traffic areas that offer opportunities for physical activity. Without this infrastructure, walking in the community can be unsafe and difficult. But now a team of …

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Does your competitive advantage work in other markets?

When building a business, the crucial first step is to develop a strategy that aligns with your market. But what does it take once you have developed this success strategy to successfully translate it into new markets? When companies expand abroad, they often assume that the competitive advantages that have …

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Builders’ Merchants News – Free Landscaping Advice for Designers

Live Design Studio is a virtual landscape design consultancy service specially designed for architects and designers. Landscape architects can now enjoy free virtual consultations with the Tobermore specification team. With the rise of virtual working, Live Design Studio is delivered via Microsoft Teams, allowing inspiration, collaboration and specification to take …

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Dwarf plants perfect for gardens of all sizes | news

The perfect garden has a solid framework that will keep the landscaping going all year round. Regardless of the size of your garden, dwarf plants fulfill the criteria of a perfect garden and more. Evergreen dwarfs are ideal for small gardens where they make them appear taller, but are not …

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Take 5 with Sabah Mohammed by Perkins&Will

in this series, health design asks leading healthcare design professionals, companies and owners to tell us what caught their attention and share some ideas on the topic. Sabah Mohammed is an architectural designer at Perkins & Will (Atlanta). Here she shares her thoughts on access and quality of healthcare and …

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Strays rule Dartmouth Street in a 10-day experiment

The city launched a pedestrian-friendly experiment on Tuesday, closing Dartmouth Street between Copley Square for 10 days. “Opening Dartmouth Street to pedestrians will unify and complement planned initiatives and investments in Copley Square Park and the Public Library Plaza,” the city’s planning authority said in a press release. The street …

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Proposed green space for Omaha Old Market

Non-profit organization Omaha by Design is proposing a new green space for the Old Market and is seeking community input. They held an open house on Friday to do just that. The park would be on the corner of 13th and Jones. The one hectare plot is currently a car …

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African-American museum to open in former slave port

The International African American Museum (IAAM) will open its doors next January at Gadsden’s Wharf in Charleston, South Carolina, where it is estimated that over 100,000 enslaved people were disembarked from slave ships. The announcement of the opening date has been anticipated for over two decades and represents a delay …

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Inside Bob Hope’s modern former home in Toluca Lake in LA – Robb Report

British-American comedian and actor Bob Hope, who died in 2003 at the age of 100, had an illustrious and dynamic career in entertainment. What many don’t know, however, is that he also had an impressive real estate portfolio. One of his iconic homes in 10346 Moor Park on Lake Toluca …

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Balinese homes offer sustainable living solutions | Campbelltown-Macarthur Advertiser

Common spaces and a connection to nature make traditional Balinese homes a template for the green design of the future. In traditional Balinese homes, residents wake up in the cool of the morning in their private bedrooms, walk through a rustling tropical garden to the kitchen to prepare their breakfast, …

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La Avenida Complex Undergoing Two Design Review Proposals | Coronado City News

The properties at 1301 and 1309 Orange Avenue, owned by father and son Ben and Alex Shaw, had two design elements submitted to Coronado’s Design Review Commission in recent weeks. Design elements were brought forth separately by the two tenants in Spanish Revival style La Avenida; the forthcoming Blanco Cocina …

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Landscaper Lily Kwong is all about plant mindfulness

LLandscape architect Lily Kwong sits in JW’s herb and flower garden Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa, a garden she designed and created that led a group of us journalists through a breathing exercise. Pure, belly-deep. Let it out. Just. We’ll breathe for a few more minutes before we switch …

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Aurora may ban decorative grass, new golf courses to conserve water

The city of Aurora’s proposed climate-conscious First-in-Colorado edicts are clear: No new golf courses flooding grass with precious water. No grass in medians or decorative spots near offices. No lawns that spread out front and back – backyard lawns would be a maximum of 750 square feet. But brace yourself, …

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Butterfield’s bronze horse grazes in memory of the Evanston philanthropist

duna is the name of the large, greyish bronze horse that was sent to pasture in 1998 in Oldberg Park, the triangular green tract where Elgin Road, Clark Street and Sherman Avenue meet. By a well-known and sought-after contemporary artist Deborah Butterfield, This sculpture, like most of her sculptures, was …

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Waterside Builders announces construction of a new home

Waterside Builders, Inc., a builder of custom luxury homes in Naples, Florida, announces the start of construction on a new home in Coquina Sands. The architectural design corresponds to the characteristic style of the renowned architectural office MHK Architecture & Planning. The home is located at 1405 Mandarin Road with …

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Lawn is harmful to the environment. California’s Water Restriction

After years of recurring drought conditions and decades of precariousness relying on imported water, Southern California has imposed severe restrictions on residents’ use of water. Within a few weeks, residents will only be able to water their gardens once a week. Lush lawns and lush flower gardens, your days might …

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Preservation Foundation of Palm Beach honors Matt, Tracy Smith for landscape renovation

Landscape Design on May 3.”/> Matt and Tracy Smith decided to cancel all landscaping work at their oceanfront residence on North Ocean Way in Palm Beach during the COVID-19 pandemic because they felt it would be best if no one trespassed on the property. “We just leave it. I was …

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Not all intersections on Greenwich Avenue are created equal

I am writing in support of the proposal to improve the intersection of Greenwich Avenue and Arch Street. I have challenged the plan for the Elm Street intersection because of the need to remove a large healthy tree and because the “bumpouts” caused problems turning to and from the Avenue …

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Edison Park remodeling gets third try – Orange County Register

Trying to make changes to a beloved neighborhood park is no small feat. Just ask Huntington Beach. After the city council unanimously approved a conceptual plan to add soccer and baseball fields to Edison Park last November, the same body did a complete about-face a few months later – this …

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landscape of discovery | Magazine for Architects

project description Haiyang Road Middle School was designed to stimulate learning through the integration of nature. Designed as a landscape of discovery, the campus provides students with an immersive and ever-changing natural environment that stimulates creative thinking. Students learn in a way that goes beyond what can be done at …

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Absolute Landscape & Turf Services, Inc. offers unparalleled landscape design

This press release was originally distributed by ReleaseWire Dayton, MD – (ReleaseWire) – 04/24/2022 – Absolute Landscape & Turf Services, Inc., a full-service design, installation and grounds maintenance company, is a leader in landscaping for residential and commercial properties in Fulton, Highland , Woodbine, Howard County, Glenwood, Ellicott City and …

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Twins and MBA unveil Target Field’s latest public art installation

MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL, MN – Continuing a ballpark tradition, the Minnesota Twins and the Minnesota Ballpark Authority (MBA) will today unveil Target Field’s newest public art installation: a 66-foot long glass mosaic on the 7th Street side of Target Plaza (near Gate 29 ). which presents the topics “All are welcome …

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Hartford and the Legacy of Frederick Law Olmsted – Hartford Courant

April 26 marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of a giant of 19th-century America and a native son of Hartford, Frederick Law Olmsted. Although Olmstead is now known almost exclusively for his contributions to landscape architecture, he was far more accomplished and influential in his day than is generally …

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The Day – Stonington is working towards the opening of the boathouse park

Stonington – The city is preparing to hire a company to assess and clean up the proposed lot at Mystic River Boathouse Park, with a goal of opening the park in late 2023. Last week, Selectwoman Deborah Downie, a Chartered Environmental Professional, reported to the Board of Selectmen that the …

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Local architect helping Indy students explore career paths

Through her organization, Next Great Architects, Kionna Walker is building the next generation because she knows all about breaking down barriers. INDIANAPOLIS – Some kids like Penelope Wood just know what they want to be when they grow up. Walker is an IPS fourth grader with aspirations of becoming an …

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Southern Land Company Announces 373-Acre Masterplanned Community in Nolensville | local news

Southern Land Company (SLC), a Nashville-based national real estate developer of award-winning mixed-use master plan gated communities, has acquired land in Nolensville for its first large-scale master plan gated community since the completion of Westhaven in Franklin in 2001. The approximately 373-acre acquired SLC is located on the southwest corner …

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The Sea Ranch Lodge / Mithun

The Sea Ranch Lodge / Mithun Courtesy of Mithun + 20 Split Split Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp post Office or https://www.archdaily.com/979719/the-sea-ranch-lodge-mithun Courtesy of Mithun Text description of the architects. Sea Ranch Lodge reopened in Fall 2021 after a major revitalization project that will infuse new energy into the iconic property …

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Dorothy “Ann” Carlsmith, 92, of Middlebury

DOROTHY “ANN” CARLSMITH MIDDLEBURY — Dorothy “Ann” Carlsmith, 92, passed away peacefully on April 2, 2022 at the EastView senior citizens’ community in Middlebury, with a loving family by her side. Ann was born on February 28, 1930 in Mount Vernon in the Skagit Valley in Washington state to Roland …

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The Fate of Parklet Dining in Downtown Santa Cruz

the parquet was an al fresco answer to a restaurateur’s prayers during the pandemic. Who doesn’t love being able to dine outside at the sidewalk cafe when the weather is nice (yes, we’re lucky this isn’t Buffalo) and chat with other guests away from the Covid-banned indoor scene? Lupelo and …

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Tayshan Hayden-Smith and Danny Clarke unveil the garden design for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

Inspired by the events of Notting Hills Mangrove Nine in the 1970s and global deforestation of mangroves, a key species that host entire estuarine communities, Hands Off Mangroves by Grow2Know aims to raise awareness of the serious impact that racial and environmental injustices are having on our planet. The garden …

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New space unveiled in Adelaide’s Riverbank Precinct

The Adelaide Riverside Precinct features a new plaza designed by ARM Architecture suitable for increased activity and public events. The plaza’s 8,600 square foot public space, designed in collaboration with landscape architecture firm TCL and documented in collaboration with Aspect Studio, allows for public and community activation with event-ready areas …

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Frederick Law Olmsted’s 200th Birthday Celebration with Tea Party and Lecture

RUMSON, NJ – The man credited as the father of great American landscape design has a connection to Rumson. St George’s-by-the-River Church will host a talk and formal tea on Saturday May 14 to celebrate Frederick Law Olmsted’s life and tell the story of how the company Olmsted Brothers was …

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The Scatter Terrain exhibition explores familiar and unfamiliar landscapes

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – “Scatter Terrain,” a diverse approach to both familiar and unfamiliar landscapes, curated by Anthony Cervino and Shannon Egan, will be on view March 25 through July 17 in Art Alley at the HUB-Robeson Center in Penn State’s University park campus. Borrowed from roleplaying and wargames, the …

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Grampians Peaks Trail Huts / McGregor Coxall

Grampians Peaks Trail Huts / McGregor Coxall ©Shannon McGrath + 34 split split Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp post Office or https://www.archdaily.com/978736/grampians-peaks-trail-cabins-mcgregor-coxall ©Shannon McGrath Text description of the architects. The Grampians Peaks Trail (GPT) Stage 2 offers a world-class hiking experience across 160 km of pristine wilderness from Gariwerd. The trail …

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Sand Creek Setback Change Passes City Council

At Wednesday night’s Sandpoint City Council meeting, a public hearing was held on proposed city ordinance changes to replace the existing Sand Creek setback regulations. City planner Amy Tweeten told officials that the need for a code change became apparent during the preliminary design of the Farmin’s Landing project. This …

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Dolphin Sands Studio / Matt Williams Architects

Dolphin Sands Studio / Matt Williams Architects © Adam Gibson + 15 split split Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp post Office or https://www.archdaily.com/978319/dolphin-sands-studio-matt-williams-architects Area area of ​​this architectural project Area : 36 m² year Year of completion of this architectural project Year : 2021 photographs manufacturer Brands with products used in …

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Houses that want to do more

It’s rare going to an architecture conference and hearing the soft lullaby of chooks in the background, but at the Daylesford Longhouse we did it. Every time an architect took himself too seriously, a slightly louder voice came from the chicken coop. The theme of the conference was to discuss …

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Get water conservation and landscaping ideas in a free workshop

Looking for ways to lower your water bill? Are you making your home’s landscape more fireproof? Then a free workshop at the Sikes Adobe Historic Farmstead is for you. The San Dieguito River Valley Conservancy is opening a second free session for its Next to Nature workshop on Sunday, March …

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Hays County Promotes Conservation Design for Developers – Corridor News

employee reports Hays County, TX Courthouse – Results of an 18-month study show that by adopting new, inventive conservation development rules as an opt-in alternative, driven by an incentive-based approach, Hays County could benefit from more innovative development. A conservation design option has been available to developers in Hays County …

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Marketing Coordinator – Pedestrian Jobs

Sales Coordinator Our Sydney office has an inclusive and collaborative work environment that ensures the opinions of all team members are valued. At Fifth Season Landscapes we design and build creative and challenging home landscape projects. ABOUT THE ROLE: Develop and implement innovative marketing strategies to optimize brand awareness and …

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110-year-old “home base” for $9.5 million: Top 10 new listings

According to Redfin, a “one-of-a-kind” home built in Brookline in 1912 is the most expensive to be listed in Massachusetts in the last week. 355 Buckminster Rd., which you can see below, listed for $9.5 million. Brookline had the top two spots on the list, while others Weston and Wellesley …

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