Making time in practice | Landscape Australia

A fundamental wonder of landscape, time engenders the cycles of life; growth and decay; light and dark; interconnectedness; patience and dedication. As landscape architects, the subject of our work is living, growing, and evolving. We rely on time for our projects to reach their potential, but we are often restricted by short project programs, profit-driven … Read more

It’s Time to Be Honest About the Impending Costs of Climate Change

It’s Time to Be Honest About the Impending Costs of Climate Change Hinds County Emergency Management personnel wade through flood waters in northeast Jackson, Miss. Image via The Hill Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/988604/its-time-to-be-honest-about-the-impending-costs-of-climate-change This article was originally published on Common Edge. The passage of the Biden Administration’s climate change package, … Read more

“Now’s the time to design a solar future”

A radical change in perceptions is needed for society to fully embrace solar power, write pioneering designers Marjan van Aubel and Pauline van Dongen as part of Dezeen’s newly launched Solar Revolution series. We are at the beginning of a global energy crisis. Our polluting energy system based on finite fossil resources is destroying our … Read more

Paula Antonelli + Alice Rawsthorn explore the design’s role to tackle emergencies of our time

Paola Antonelli + Alice Rawsthorn launch Design Emergency book Paola Antonelli, senior curator at the MoMA in New York and Alice Rawsthorndesign critic and author, have collaborated on ‘Design Emergency’ research platform in May 2020, a powerful medium for change during the pandemic. Two years later, they published Design Emergency as a book exploring the … Read more

Sharing the City One Step at a Time

Activists, wanderers, and tourists find a common language through walking. By Tim Waterman As lockdowns eased in 2021, Hôtel du Nord led a walk in L’Estaque, in North Marseille, to the Miramar site, with the encouragement of music along the way. Photo by Dominique Poulain, Archives Hôtel Du Nord. Matthew Beaumont’s beautiful book about London, … Read more

Is It Time For Architects to Unionize?

Is It Time For Architects to Unionize? L’agence Office / jaq. Image © Antoine Bonnafous Share Share Facebook Twitter Mail Pinterest Whatsapp Or https://www.archdaily.com/982680/is-it-time-for-architects-to-unionize This article was originally published on Common Edge. Unions are a trend among college-educated young people, the New York Times reports. They seek solidarity—collective leverage—to bring about desired changes that are … Read more