River View Design Competition Winner – ‘architectural painting’ by British artist Wolfgang Buttress wins architectural contest to create a major new artwork next to River Thames in London, UK.
Award for this design by 51N4E architects, “It is very important to realise that this project is – in the end – not about the square. It is about Tirana. Tirana is a city which has changed enormously the last years, at some places beyond recognition.”
FAHR0213 was challenged to develop a structure for the garden in front of the central building that symbolized this mark in time and made it last in the future as a symbol of the park: Loop in Porto
The structure surrounds the well to protect and give value to the water resource was designed by Raoul Vecchio Architect. The walls don’t create a closed space, but they include the context in the interior space.
Aga Khan Award for Architecture award + new photos of this innovative Copenhagen urban space design by BIG, Topotek1 & SUPERFLEX: a colourful playground, almost 1.5 km long, with masses of street furniture from across the globe.
Medellin River Parks / Botanical Park Masterplan in Medellin, Colombia, urban realm / landscape design by Sebastian Monsalve + Juan David Hoyos, wins WAF ‘Masterplanning – Future Projects’ category.
Revamped Leicester Square wins UK’s most prestigious landscape award. Leicester Square City Quarter in London has been named winner of the 2013 Landscape Institute President’s Award. Burns + Nice, the landscape architects behind the reshaping of the central London site, were selected from 41 landscape projects competing for the prestigious landscape award.
London Garden Bridge news – GLA to investigate £200m project. when Sadiq Khan, London Mayor, pulled plug on controversial River Thames footbridge design by Thomas Heatherwick, he said Londoners should be “very angry”.
Design: Avanto Architects – communal saunas used to be typical in most major cities in Finland, but now that most new homes have a sauna of their own, the number of public saunas have diminished greatly: a winner of International Architecture Awards 2018.
Hello Wood Pop Up Park fills an underused space in downtown Budapest, bringing together people from all walks of life.
C.F. Møller Architects have liaised with the Danish Church in London to develop a robust brief and series of design proposals, undertaking multiple consultations with Camden Council, Historic England and The Crown Estate.
Renewal of Isola Pepe Verde’s playground, Milan – artists& architects invited to submit a proposal for open call titled “sprouting minds” with the objective to redesign this Italian public space.
LDA Design, the creative consultancy behind masterplans for Exeter and Plymouth as well as the London 2012 Olympic Park, to develop a masterplan that builds on visioning work for this Shropshire town.
Supermonkey Shanghai Raffles City Office building design by Mur Mur Lab – How to create something different in the normal? How to break the formula to invent the future? How to use design and innovation to trigger the sparks of interests?