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Redevelopment of Ferdinando Savoia Square

The plaza extends for a surface of XX square meters within the historical fortressed city of Peschiera del Garda, such venetian walls were recent...

Navitas Harbour Front by Marianne Levinsen Landskab

Marianne Levinsen Landskab ApS: The project creates an outdoor space surrounding the building of Navitas, the Engineering and Technical Engineering School in Aarhus, by inviting city life into the harbour. The dominant landscape element is the distinctive terraced platform along the harbour as...

Climate Changed & Waters (un)Settled, article by Kelly Shannon

During all the media coverage—particularly in the United States—of Hurricanes Harvey (Category 4, 17 August-1 September), Irma (Category 5, 30 August-12 September), Jose (Category 4,...

Ana Kučan: Versailles, l’Espace Infini - Landezine 2017-10-09 12:09

photos by Ana Kučan%2C text by Mladen Dolar:

We owe the term “heterotopy” to Michel Foucault. Utopias, Foucault says, are places, which do not have real locations in our world; they are ...

The Deptford Project, London, by Farrer Huxley Associates

Market Yard is a new public space in the heart of Deptford, London, incorporating the restored carriage ramp and arches, the oldest railway structure in London. The 14 arches are now home to artisanal businesses, and the ramp will soon provide public access to the rebuilt station. The yard i...

Office Profile: SLA - Stig L. Andersson on Landezine

SLA is Danish based landscape architecture office operating within the fields of urban space, city planning and landscape architecture. The company was founded in 1994 by Stig L. Andersson and toda...

The Francois Mitterrand Strip by Mutabilis Paysage et Urbanisme

The Francois Mitterrand Strip is a major historic site for the city of Rennes. Constructed in 1682, it came to being at the foot of ramparts and dominated the swampy con...

Landezine LIVE: Beyond Green / Ljubljana / September 29 / 2017

The second Landezine LIVE is over. We couldn’t have done it without support. Big thanks to all offices that submitted entries to LILA 2017, our local sponsors, LILA jury members, sp...

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Landezine LIVE / September 29 / Old Power Station / Ljubljana / Slovenia

lectures / landscape / architecture / awards / discussion / ...

previous Landezine LIVE was sold out, so book your ticket ASAP!

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Shortlists Announced for LILA - Landezine International Landscape Award 2017

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Photos from National Gallery's post - National Gallery 2017-10-18 11:00

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