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Ginkgo in courtyards of Kurashiki Ivy Square:Okayama Prefecture Japan

Evian activity in Canary Wharf & Finsbury Ave Square - swings that activate a snow machine - no swing, no snow!

The more you Live young and play, the more snow will fall. - Evian helping Londoners Live young by turning commuter hotspots into an adult-sized playground complete with kinetic snow machines. The swing and seesaw installations are open to the public.

A Cercis canadensis in a pot at the entrance of Dan Pearson's own Londongarden. Photograph by Huw Morgan.

Contemporary Designers' Own Gardens

From the book Contemporary Designers' own Gardens. photo by Huw Morgan via gardenista. A Cercis Canadensis in a pot at the entrance of Dan Pearson's garden.

Teardrop Park in lower Manhattan   Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates, Inc.

Pathway in Teardrop Park, a public park in lower Manhattan designed by Michael Van Valkenburgh Associates.

Feketehegy-Szárazréti Kultúrudvar | Székesfehérvár, Feketehegy-Szárazréti Közösségi Házhoz tartozó Kulturális Központ koncepcióterve

Westminster Presbyterian Church: Urban Columbarium and Courtyards Landscape Architecture: Coen+Partners, simple solutions, great function !

Sous bois

Another view of how we could tie our three separate birch trees together, with the garden in the center, and make paths through the blended area.

Basin at Quai Branly, Paris. Click image for source description and visit the Slow Ottawa 'for Free' board for more great urban parks.

-- Paris' newest museum, the Musée du Quai Branly, which opened in features artifacts and artworks from the world's indigenous populations. Its gardens were designed by landscape architect Gilles Clement.

colonia

Kolumba Museum // Peter Zumthor Cologne, Germany Cologne, or Köln, is the largest city in the Ruhr District of Western Germany.

How can urban streetscapes adapt to the ecological challenges of the twenty-first century? At Buffalo Niagara Medical Center, a monotonous urban environment was ecologically barren and lacking a unique identity. SCAPE worked as part of a larger team to re-establish a strong vegetated footprint for the site. Long angled planting beds maximize additional tree planting

How can urban streetscapes adapt to the ecological challenges of the twenty-first century? At Buffalo Niagara Medical Center, a monotonous urban environment was ecologically barren and lacking a unique identity. SCAPE worked as part of a larger team to re-establish a strong vegetated footprint for the site. Long angled planting beds maximize additional tree planting

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