land-studio:

Sasaki Associate’s Willmington Waterfront Park in Los Angeles. In their words:

Once a part of the Pacific coastline, the Wilmington community became disconnected from the waterfront by the Port of Los Angeles—a burgeoning, diverse mix of industrial maritime facilities. After completing the Wilmington Waterfront Master Plan, Sasaki identified three open spaces for implementation: the Wilmington Waterfront Park, the Avalon North Streetscape, and the Avalon South Waterfront Park. The Wilmington Waterfront Park is the first project to be fully implemented. Built on a 30-acre brownfield site, the new urban park revitalizes the community and visually reconnects it to the waterfront. The park integrates a variety of active and passive uses—informal play, public gathering, community events, picnicking, sitting, strolling, and observation—determined through an extensive community outreach process. The open space serves as a public amenity by doubling the current community open space while also buffering the Wilmington community from the extensive port operations to the south.

To see more photos, visit sasaki’s project profile.

posted on 12.06.25

carex:

This Land Bridge, designed by Seattle firm Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architecture, connects Historic Ft. Vancouver, Washington to the Columbia River waterfront in the U.S. 

carex:

This Land Bridge, designed by Seattle firm Jones & Jones Architects and Landscape Architecture, connects Historic Ft. Vancouver, Washington to the Columbia River waterfront in the U.S. 

posted on 12.05.28

architecturalrenders:

CHINA SOUTHERN AIRPORT CITY

posted on 12.04.09

gyvr:

Dzintari Forest Park
Architects: Substance Location: Jurmala, Latvia Type of Project: Reconstruction of Forest Park Project Architects: Arnis Dimins, Brigita Barbale Design Team: Guna Priede, Krisjanis Leitis, Ieva Dimante, Rihards Vietrins Client: Jurmala City Council Main contractor: TADERS Park area: 131,108 sqm (13,1 ha) Gross internal floor area: 541 sqm Total cost: 4,1 M € Project year: 2003-2005 Construction year: 2007-2009 Photographs: Ansis Starks

gyvr:

Dzintari Forest Park

Architects: Substance
Location: Jurmala, Latvia
Type of Project: Reconstruction of Forest Park
Project Architects: Arnis Dimins, Brigita Barbale
Design Team: Guna Priede, Krisjanis Leitis, Ieva Dimante, Rihards Vietrins
Client: Jurmala City Council
Main contractor: TADERS
Park area: 131,108 sqm (13,1 ha)
Gross internal floor area: 541 sqm
Total cost: 4,1 M €
Project year: 2003-2005
Construction year: 2007-2009
Photographs: Ansis Starks

posted on 11.10.05

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