Flux City | Urban Omnibus
Chris Reed shares work from a Harvard GSD landscape architecture studio that considers how productive ecologies drive the development of urban form and uses Jamaica Bay as a case study for exploring the opportunities of richly fluid territories.
Painterly Approach — Arterra Landscape Architects
This hillside garden responds to the movement of the wind, flow of the water and warmth of the sun. Undulating landforms and a grassy swale integrate storm water management in an artful way as they divert surface water away from the house. Following this sinuous swale, the cascading stairway creates a helix-like pattern and links the top of the property to the pool area below. Along this path we nestled a cozy sitting area, perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine and taking in the…
A Visit to the Cranbourne Gardens - Eckersley Garden Architecture
If native flora excites you, then there’s never been a better time to visit the Cranbourne Royal Botanical gardens and in particular the ‘Australian Garden’. Since it’s creation in 2006, the Australian Garden has given us an opportunity to discover a huge range of Australian plants set amongst landscapes that are at once contemporary and naturalistic. Stage […]
Pete V. Domenici U.S. Courthouse Landscape Retrofit
The Pete V. Domenici U.S. Courthouse Sustainable Landscape Retrofit in Albuquerque, New Mexico reconnects the site with its historical and geographic context through an evocative and sustainable design. Located in the downtown district, the design converts a water-intensive turf landscape into one that enhances environmental efficiency while providing a dignified setting for
Bagby Street is Houston’s First Greenroads Certified Corridor | KCI
KCI provided construction management and inspection services for Bagby Street, Houston's first Greenroads certified corridor.