Placemaking Pitfall | Landscape Architecture Magazine

A group of disability rights organizations raised concerns about a mural crosswalk in London’s Bankside neighborhood. Photo courtesy Better Bankside. Creative crosswalks are popular—except among the disabled. Viewed by both designers and departments of transportation as an inexpensive way to improve the public realm, street murals that embellish or sometimes even replace traditional crosswalks have … Read more

In San Francisco, the 5M Development Envisions Public and Private Space for the Future

In San Francisco, the 5M Development Envisions Public and Private Space for the Future Courtesy of BROOKFIELD PROPERTIES Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or The chance to reimagine a four-and-a-half-acre site containing both historic buildings to be preserved and lots slated for development in a major American city is rare. For the … Read more

Vectorworks Interoperability with Revit: A Solution for Collaborative Site Design « Landscape Architecture Platform

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Architectural Drawings: Imagining the Future

Architectural Drawings: Imagining the Future Instant City / Archigram. Image © Archigram Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or There’s the iconic Cenotaph for Newton drawing, the evocative monochrome illustration by Etienne-Louis Boullée. There are the experimental drawings of Lebbeus Woods, evocative urban visions of a distant future. There are also the well-known … Read more

Cabins, Compounds & Country Homes: Residential Design in Upstate New York

Cabins, Compounds & Country Homes: Residential Design in Upstate New York © Michael Biondo Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or New York’s residential design culture extends far beyond the Big Apple. The Hudson Valley is a region that stretches along the Hudson River from Westchester County to Albany. Known for its vineyards, … Read more

Office Profile: gruppe F landscape architects « Landscape Architecture Platform

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Hidden architecture of Lugdunum museum by Bernard Zehrfuss architect

The French architect Bernard Zehrfuss designed in the 1970s the Gallo-Roman Museum of Lyon, now called the Lugdunum Museum. Facing the Gallo-Roman theater of Lyon on the Fourvière hill, the Lugdunum museum is almost invisible from the outside and hides most of its brutalist architecture underground. Destroying a part of the hill to reconstitute it … Read more

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SAVE Project Name: Banja Vrućica SPA Practice: ENOTA Firm Location: Slovenia Completion year: Unbuilt Gross Built up Area: 6040 sqm Project Location: Banja Vrućica Lead Architects: ENOTA Design Team: Dean Lah, Milan Tomac, Jakob Kajzer, Peter Sovinc, Eva Tomac, Nuša Završnik Šilec, Urška Malič, Sara Ambruš, Carlos Cuenca Solana, Goran Djokić Clients: ZTC “BANJA VRUĆICA” … Read more