Montréal-based studio Daily tous les jours’ presents the most ambitious edition of their Musical Pavement series, River Lines, an interactive, wave-patterned pavement embedded with 62 sensing light rings to get people moving through musical collaboration exercises in Ontario, Canada
Tetsuo Kobori Architects aimed to create a place of open exchange and co-creation for 49,000 employees with this project, which engages in the provision of construction and real estate services in Japan. The place is known as MORI no KAISHO, which means “Meeting Place of Forest”
Project Squares in Koprivnica, Northern Croatia by NFO: three zones form logical spatial units: Ban Jelačić square, a wide street with trees that occasionally hosts seasonal events; a square in front of the market; and the main city square Zrinski
Danish architecture studio Cobe announces the completion of The Opera Park in Copenhagen. In a time of intense construction activity throughout Copenhagen, green recreational spaces have become more and more scarce. Yet, in the heart of the dense and historic city center, one of the inner harbour’s prime locations
Grant Associates’ designs for the Supertree Grove of Singapore’s Gardens by the Bay to feature at Expo for Design, Innovation & Technology (EDIT) in Toronto, Canada. The Supertrees will appear in ‘The Green and the Gray’, an interactive exhibition curated by international design studio Carlo Ratti Associati.
Asian Games Masterplan by Archi-Tectonics was inserted with an Eco park into a densely built skyscraper district of Hangzhou, China China. The project introduces a hilly oasis programmed for round-the-year recreation that doubles as a green lung for the city.
Landscape architect Claude Cormier, the creative force behind of some of Canada’s most beloved, joyous, and critically acclaimed public spaces, has died at his Montreal, Quebec, home on September 15th. He was 63. His lyrical, conceptual approach to designing public spaces leaves a colourful and deeply original imprint on North American cities.
Esja Architecture & Arkibygg Arkitektar present the Ring of Bjólfur, a ring-shaped viewing platform on the slopes of Mount Bjólfur, in Iceland. The platform overlooks Seydisfjordur, a narrow fjord with steep mountains in East Iceland.
XISUI Design presents Red Dunes Playtopia, Guanggang New Town, Guangzhou. This innovative design showcases undulating red dunes that create an alluring landscape for children’s activities. This innovative design showcases undulating red dunes that create an alluring landscape for children’s activities
NODE presents its landscape design for the Honghu Park Water Purification Station in Shenzhen, China. The purification plant is a key project for water pollution control in the city, which employs an advanced fully-buried water purification technology
Harbour Park at Barangaroo, Sydney public space: stunning First Nations-led design revealed, showing how an empty concrete slab will be transformed into a regenerated natural retreat in the heart of the city