Archivo de la etiqueta: Park

Brooklyn to Transform Canal Into “Sponge Park”

One of the United States’ most polluted bodies of water is about to receive a much needed make-over: In early 2014, construction will begin on a pollution-preventing greenscape that will run alongside Brooklyn’s Gowanus Canal. The proposal, dubbed Sponge Park,… Sigue leyendo

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Landscape Design In Our Time of Climate Change

In this article, Susan Szenasy interviews the principals of Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects about how climate change has re-focused landscape architecture today on three important issues: Research, Redevelopment, & Resiliency.

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Will Milwaukee Get The Next High Line?

Photo: Gary Porter Since its opening in 2009, the High Line has evolved from inspired local intervention to full-on urban meme. Now everyone wants one, and speculating about who will be next is a fun Internet game. Westchester suburbanites have floated… Sigue leyendo

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Featured Project: David H. Koch Plaza, Metropolitan Museum of Art

Image: courtesy of OLIN studio Project: David H. Koch Plaza, Metropolitan Museum of Art Landscape Architect: OLIN studio Location: New York, NY Function:  The proposed multi-block plaza for the Metropolitan Museum of Art will provide a grand entry por… Sigue leyendo

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International Design Teams Compete To Restore A Hidden Creek In Kentucky

Bird’s-eye view of  Town Branch Commons toward the Lexington Arena. Image courtesy of Urban Collage This may come as a surprise, but Lexington, Kentucky, is known for visionary planning initiatives. (It was, for example, the first city to enact … Sigue leyendo

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Sculptural Cor-Ten Pavilions Add Zing To Historic Belgian Park

Belgian practice OMGEVING has recently completed a series of new interventions in historic Boekenberg Park, located in the city of Deurne, a suburb of Antwerp. Though the park contains structures dating from the 17th century, its pool facilities were … Sigue leyendo

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Sculptural Cor-Ten Pavilions Add Zing To Historic Belgian Park

Belgian practice OMGEVING has recently completed a series of new interventions in historic Boekenberg Park, located in the city of Deurne, a suburb of Antwerp. Though the park contains structures dating from the 17th century, its pool facilities were … Sigue leyendo

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Sculptural Cor-Ten Pavilions Add Zing To Historic Belgian Park

Belgian practice OMGEVING has recently completed a series of new interventions in historic Boekenberg Park, located in the city of Deurne, a suburb of Antwerp. Though the park contains structures dating from the 17th century, its pool facilities were … Sigue leyendo

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