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The Opera Park opens in Copenhagen, providing a green oasis amidst a bustling urban development

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The post The Opera Park opens in Copenhagen, providing a green oasis amidst a bustling urban development appeared first on Åvontuura. Situated between The Royal Danish Opera and Paper Island, The Opera Park offers a green escape from the bustling life of the city.

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Rethinking Urban Development: Densifying Cities for Accelerated Climate Action

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Image Courtesy of Holcim Cities are defined as densely populated geographic areas characterized by urban development. However, urban densification has been associated with negative aspects such as health issues, pollution, and social problems. Low-carbon Material Solution - ECOPlanet.

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Adaptive Reuse as a Strategy for Sustainable Urban Development and Regeneration

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Image © Simon Menges “New ideas must use old buildings,” said Jane Jacobs in her seminal book The Death and Life of Great American Cities , championing the reuse of existing building stock as a means to catalyze positive change and foster diverse urban environments. Elbphilharmonie Hamburg by Herzog & de Meuron.

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Jeanne Gang honored with 2022 ULI Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development

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Architect and Studio Gang founder Jeanne Gang has been unveiled as the winner of the 2022 ULI Prize for Visionaries in Urban Development. In its 23rd year, the ULI Prize awards individuals $100,000 for their contributions to community building globally and exhibiting excellence in the land use and development field.

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The Opera Park by Cobe: A Green Oasis Amidst Urban Development

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The post The Opera Park by Cobe: A Green Oasis Amidst Urban Development appeared first on ArchEyes. In the heart of Copenhagen’s bustling city center, where green spaces have become increasingly rare, Danish architecture studio Cobe has transformed a prime location into a lush, green oasis known.

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Belgian urban designers Dogma win the 2023 RIBA Charles Jencks Award

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Their work has mostly focused on the design of large-scale urban development projects in supplement to their educational and writing activities. The firm was the first-ever winner of the Iakov Chernikhov Prize for emerging architectural practice in 2006, expanding since that time to include consultancy work with seve.

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The Digital Divide: Can Technology Support Vernacular Architecture?

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It also encompasses the crucial aspect of integrating traditional and indigenous communities into the urban development landscape. This digital shift, however, has resulted in a digital divide that goes beyond accessibility to tools and software. Can advancing technology support the growth of vernacular architecture?