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The roof garden is more like a work of art than a collection of plants with a sloping pathway of green that ascends from the penthouse suite towards the sky. We can just imagine the owner, or ourselves,
Climate change, air pollution, and water scarcity—these are just a handful of reasons why you may be worried for Earth’s future. But all hope is not lost, at least that’s the attitude of writer and
Covering an area greater than three football fields, 11th Street Bridge Park will offer a variety of programming from environmental education and public art to urban agriculture and recreational sports.
Timber was chosen for its sustainability, but also to match the unique color of the marble tiles that can be found throughout the penthouse apartment. The timber addition adds a labyrinth of different
The ARC International Wildlife Crossing Design Competition asked architects and designers to come up with beautiful and compelling designs able to meet the needs and improve the safety for both the people
On Monday, July 13, 2009, Diana Balmori and her NYC-based landscape and urban design firm hosted a forum that was part-academic discussion, part-social media experiment. The forum, called Making Public
How does urban space become a public place? How does design impact a space's civic liveliness? On Monday, July 13, 2009, from 10 am to 1 pm, Diana Balmori and her NYC-based landscape and urban design
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