Have Gardens Become a Privilege?

Have Gardens Become a Privilege? Public access to Green Space at Central Park, New York . Image © Barrett Doherty / The Cultural Landscape Foundation Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/983444/have-gardens-become-a-privilege Whether it is a small balcony, access to green space or a private garden, the outdoor space has become a privilege … Read more

Cities of the Future: Julia Watson on Nature-based Technologies and Radical Materials

Cities of the Future: Julia Watson on Nature-based Technologies and Radical Materials Las Islas Flotantes is a floating island system on Lake Titicaca in Peru inhabited by the Uros, who build their entire civilization from the locally grown totora reed. Image © Enrique Castro-Mendivil Share Share Facebook Twitter Pinterest Whatsapp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/982141/cities-of-the-future-julia-watson-on-nature-based-technologies-and-radical-materials Looking ahead … Read more