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Landscape Architects Lead Bhutan’s Mindfulness City

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To be mindful is to be aware — to perform best,” said Giulia Frittoli, partner and head of landscape at BIG. © Courtesy of Bjarke Ingels Group “The Mindfulness City will be a sustainable city. The Kingdom of Bhutan is a landlocked Buddhist country in the eastern Himalayas , nestled between China and India.

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Rancho House / Landscape jardins

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© André Nazareth architects: Landscape jardins Location: Paraíba do Sul, State of Rio de Janeiro, 25850-000, Brazil Project Year: 2021 Photographs: André Nazareth Read more »

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Learning Landscapes under Roof Landscapes / Sehw Architektur

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Completed in 2023 in Essen, Germany. Images by Helin Bereket. Sehw Architektur’s latest project once again exemplifies the three pillars of Sehw’s architecture. The new timber building in the existing ensemble.

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10 new architectural landscapes & outdoor spaces we liked this week

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by MA | Morris Adjmi Architects ↑ Powell Residence in Palm Springs, CA, by Studio AR&D Architects ↑ Greenwich Village School Green Roof—PS41 in New York, NY, by MBB Architects ; Photo: Charles de Vaivre ↑ LAND Community Center in Xi'an, China, by Atelier Ping Jiang | EID Arch ; Landscape: GZ.S.P.I.

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How Landscape Architects are Taking on Embodied Carbon

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Image © Sasaki “ Landscape architects have started conversations about embodied carbon. The landscape architect climate leaders driving these conversations are offering practical ways to decarbonize projects and specify low-carbon materials. Sketch of Bonnet Springs Park / Sasaki. Read more »

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Sam Lubell on cultural institutions’ newfound embrace of landscape architecture

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[.] such projects have fundamentally transformed in recent years, reflecting, among other things, seismic shifts in both museums’ priorities and the profession of landscape architecture, as well as a surge in interest in outdoor space because of the pandemic. The first rule: don’t dare call them gardens.

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Architectural Modules: Implementation and Adaptability in the Latin American Landscape

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What siting, technological, or constructive strategies can be developed without harming the surrounding landscape? Image © Aldo Lanzi How can industrialization and environmental responsibility go hand in hand?

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