michellebiggs:

Swamp Garden, designed by West 8 for the Spoleto Art Festival. 

posted on 12.04.21

urbangreens:

Submitted by eozberk:

Cheonggye Stream in old Seoul. The city tore down the elevated highway once covering this area and daylighted the stream.

Awesome photo!  Thanks for the submission!

urbangreens:

Submitted by eozberk:

Cheonggye Stream in old Seoul. The city tore down the elevated highway once covering this area and daylighted the stream.

Awesome photo!  Thanks for the submission!

posted on 10.10.02

landscapearchitecture:

Pruned: Levee Farm
There are an increasing number of conceptual explorations floating around the web looking at the changing littoral edge.  WIth the probable changes to river ecology or sea level, these are questioning the method and oppotunities within retreat or occupation.  
With one of the final year students addressing this issues, this will appear more frequently in the posts.
This is a link to AGENCY’s ONE Prize competition  entry combining agro-scapes and the littoral edge. 

landscapearchitecture:

Pruned: Levee Farm

There are an increasing number of conceptual explorations floating around the web looking at the changing littoral edge.  WIth the probable changes to river ecology or sea level, these are questioning the method and oppotunities within retreat or occupation.  

With one of the final year students addressing this issues, this will appear more frequently in the posts.

This is a link to AGENCY’s ONE Prize competition  entry combining agro-scapes and the littoral edge


posted on 10.08.15

[A point of transition between concrete-bottom (at right) and dirt-bottom (at left), photographed by the awesome FOVICKS, or Friends of Vast Industrial Kafka-esque Sturctures, for a photoessay on the Los Angeles River]

[A point of transition between concrete-bottom (at right) and dirt-bottom (at left), photographed by the awesome FOVICKS, or Friends of Vast Industrial Kafka-esque Sturctures, for a photoessay on the Los Angeles River]

posted on 10.06.07

spatula:

(via architectureblog)

posted on 10.03.15

zamuroparlotero:

Barinas a la sombra HDR (via)

zamuroparlotero:

Barinas a la sombra HDR (via)

posted on 10.03.06

makdreams:

landscapearchitecture:

Each year over 2.8 million people visit the Suncheon wetlands in Korea, which comprise world’s 5th largest tidal flat. To host them, Gansam Architects’ G.lab* have designed a visitor’s center (via Green Roofed Suncheon Wetlands Center Flows With the Tides | Inhabitat)

makdreams:

landscapearchitecture:

Each year over 2.8 million people visit the Suncheon wetlands in Korea, which comprise world’s 5th largest tidal flat. To host them, Gansam Architects’ G.lab* have designed a visitor’s center (via Green Roofed Suncheon Wetlands Center Flows With the Tides | Inhabitat)

posted on 10.03.06

Very good student project!
http://infranetlab.org/blog/2009/07/student-works-hydro-park/
A recent thesis project at McGill University by Tania Delage takes Lebbeus Woods’ idea of the borderline and the ecological phenomena of the ecotone as an opportunity to cross-breed infrastructure, ecology and public amenities.

Very good student project!

http://infranetlab.org/blog/2009/07/student-works-hydro-park/

A recent thesis project at McGill University by Tania Delage takes Lebbeus Woods’ idea of the borderline and the ecological phenomena of the ecotone as an opportunity to cross-breed infrastructure, ecology and public amenities.

posted on 09.10.13

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