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The Emerald Screen Pergola is an important architectural feature in classical Chinese gardens. It is typically constructed from bamboo or wood, forming roofless corridors, pavilions, and walls. Climbing plants are then grown to eventually cover the walls and roofs. This design not only creates a visual focus that integrates nature with space but al...
Project name
Emerald Screen Pergola
Architecture firm
Wutopia Lab
Location
Bogong Island, Wuxi, China
Photography
CreatAR lmages
The Park of Memories in Aš represents an important step towards restoring the urban balance of the town and presenting its historical heritage. The project connects past and present, brings education and recreation, and becomes a place where the city meets its own history.
Project name
Park of Memories Aš
Architecture firm
SOA architekti, Ateliér KONCEPT (Ondřej Píhrt, Štefan Šulek, Ondřej Laciga, Petr Kostner, Martina Kostnerová, Tomáš Prinz, Vladimír Dufek)
Location
U Radnice, Aš, Czech Republic
Photography
Alex Shoots Buildings
The impulse for the proposal of the leisure activity park in Řeporyje came straight from the residents of the city district and their need for a multifunctional sports and leisure activity area.
Project name
Skatepark Řeporyje
Architecture firm
U / U studio
Location
Tělovýchovná Street, Prague 13 – Řeporyje, Czech Republic
Photography
Jiří Kotal
Situated on top of Mt Archer, Rockhampton’s most iconic tourist destination, the recent revitalization by Rockhampton Regional Council and Design+Architecture has transformed an underutilized mountain-top peak into the region’s go-to picnic, event, and tourist locale.
Project name
Mt Archer - Treetop Boardwalk and park revitalization
Architecture firm
Design+Architecture
Location
Rockhampton, Queensland, Australia
Photography
Scott Burrow Photographer
It was important for architects to preserve the identity of the historical place when working with the small square near the walls of the Kremlin in Kolomna (a small Russian town located three hours of Moscow). That is why a clinker brick imitating the brick from the Kremlin wall is used in the paving. The shape of wooden lamps for the landscape li...
Project name
The Shimmering Square near the Kremlin walls, A fresh look at the Russian identity
Architecture firm
Basis architectural bureau
Location
Kolomna (Moscow Region), Russia
Photography
Basis architectural bureau
The architects aimed to create a modern eco-park for communication between visitors of different ages. The new pedestrian route lays along the river, connecting the Istra railway station with the New Jerusalem Monastery and passing through the picturesque points of the park. The new path should replace the existing one and move pedestrian flows to...
Project name
Ecological approach to modern park design. Central Park in Istra, Moscow Region
Architecture firm
Basis architectural bureau
Location
Istra, Moscow Region, Russia
Photography
Dmitry Chebanenko
Situated along the banks of Shoal Creek in Downtown Austin, Pease Park is the city’s oldest public park and one of its most loved. In 2014, the City of Austin adopted the Pease Park Vision Plan developed by prime consultant Wallace, Roberts & Todd and Clayton Korte to guide future use and care of the 84-acre park.
Project name
Kingsbury Commons at Pease Park
Architecture firm
Clayton Korte
Location
Austin, Texas, USA
Photography
Casey Dunn, Brittany Dawn, Adam Barbe, Ashley Nava
In the city of Nanchang, within the Yangtze River flood plain in east-central China, Turenscape transformed a badly abused 126-acre landscape into a dreamlike floating forest that regulates stormwater, provides habitat for wildlife, offers an array of recreational opportunities, and gives local residents a new way to connect with nature.
Project name
A Floating Forest: Fish Tail Park in Nanchang City
Architecture firm
Turenscape
Location
Nanchang, China
Photography
Turenscape