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Azure recognized these four leading examples of landscape and temporary architecture from around the world with 2016 AZ Awards of Merit.
By Azure |
August 30, 2016
Tags: AZ Awards, Azure News, Landscape
Designers from Canada, the United States, France and Switzerland have produced interactive installations for the annual International Garden Festival in Grand-Métis, Québec, on view until October 2.
By Jaclyn Tersigni |
August 16, 2016
Tags: Installation, Landscape
Aranzadi Park gives the public a reason to visit flood-prone areas of Pamplona by accommodating, not fighting, the nearby Arga river.
August 15, 2016
In the lead up to the sixth annual AZ Awards – to be announced at our Toronto gala on June 17, and in our print issue released that same evening – we’re checking in with some of our past winners for a look at their latest.
By Erin Donnelly |
June 16, 2016
Thirty renowned landscape architects identify the next generation of practitioners who are charting new ground.
By Lorraine Johnson |
May 24, 2016
Tags: Books, Landscape
Designed by Saucier + Perrotte Architectes and HCMA, the Soccer Centre at the Saint-Michel Environmental Complex embraces its bucolic setting.
By Tanya Southcott |
May 18, 2016
Tags: Landscape, Recreational
April 21 to 24, the Gladstone Hotel cultivated the fourth edition of its cheekily-named landscape architecture and contemporary art exhibition.
April 22, 2016
Tags: Exhibition, Landscape
Today, Mayor John Tory made a major announcement by unveiling plans for Under Gardiner, a massive initiative that will see a new multipurpose public space built underneath the Gardiner Expressway.
By Catherine Osborne |
November 17, 2015
Tags: Landscape, Urbanism
The firm’s ship-like Crossrail transit station features an enviable rooftop garden by Gillespie landscape architects.
By Craille Maguire Gillies |
September 23, 2015
Tags: Landscape, Urban Planning
Designed by architects Rhys Cannon and Matthew Springett, the seaside viewing structure on the British coastline delivers a full sensory experience.
By Rhys Phillips |
September 4, 2015
Tags: Cultural, Installation, Landscape
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