On 5th Avenue in New York City, money is more important than green space. The Frick expansion plan calls for razing the permanent Viewing Garden, designed by renowned British landscape architect Russell Page (one of only two works in the U.S.A) AdvertisementsRead More The Russell Page Garden at the Frick to be “Destroyed”.
Master plan and landscape design for 133-acre central Virginia farm. Nelson Byrd Woltz has been working with the client for over 12 years, implementing the master plan.Read More Seven Ponds Farm Virginia by Nelson-Byrd-Woltz
The history of the Cambo Estate (is located to the south of St Andrews in the East of Fife, Scotland). goes back to the 12th century,but the design of the garden is very much up to date.Read More Cambo, from 12th Century Garden & Victorian Garden to Dutch Wave
Piet Oudolf is from the mid 90′s of the past century the leading figure in International Garden & Landscape Design. In the international field of Garden & Landscape Design his planting-designs are pioneering and innovative. The use of native plants on a much larger scale than usual and the many grasses he is using […]Read More Piet Oudolf – The Dutch Dream
The abandoned freight line that cuts diagonally across Chicago will soon be a beautiful green-lined recreational trail. Construction has officially begun on the Bloomingdale Trail—now renamed The 606—which will be a 2.7 mile elevated recreational area connecting 5 area local parks and neighborhoods in a seamless way. Plans to turn the abandoned freight line into […]Read More The 606 Bloomingdale Trail Park in Chicago
The Park Royal on Pickering occupies a long and narrow plot in the west part of city’s central business district and connects the historic shophouse district with the Singapore River and park.Read More Park Royal Tower opens in Singapore
Los Angeles based artist Stephen Glassman has this great idea to turn old Billboards into lushy gardens. The artist wants to create living cloud forests and by doing this creating some breathing space for the car-drivers . For URBANFLORA only one thing is important ” more green in the city” and this is another example […]Read More Urban Air turns Billboards into “Living Cloud Forest”.
“Men first make buildings and then the buildings make men” say this project’s designers. “We are an integral part of nature, every rhythm or natural phenomenon around us brings biochemical changes in our body. For example, the changes in the sunlight around us influence the ebbing and flow of hormone in our body. It controls […]Read More Biowonder-New Green Bank in Calcutta.