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Tianjin Bridged Gardens: Link The City To Nature. By Turenscape Design Institute As Architects. Located in Shandong, Tianjin, China

Lights in stone retaining wall.  Love the lights on the white trees too.  Jackmanii Birch?

traditional patio by McKay Landscape Lighting Notice the down-lighting in the retaining wall. Love the up-lit trees!

A Park for the Nostalgic

A Park for the Nostalgic

Project Name: Mid Main Park // Landscape Architect: HAPA Collaborative // Project Location: 3333 Main Street Plaza // Year of construction: 2013 >> via Landezine

<p>We were asked by the City of London Corporation to develop a design for a substantial piece of reclaimed public space that would be created by a scheme to alter and realign the junction of London Wall and Moorgate.</p> <p>The objectives of the design are to create a coherent urban space by dividing up the existing street and grassy knoll in favour of a web of spaces. The character of these spaces is more green and calm under the tree to the east, which is already a natural holding spot…

Fun Public Space - Park - Urban Space - Moor house public space, Studio weave Image of Proposal

Street furniture

25 Modern Outdoor Lighting Design Ideas Bringing Beauty and Security into Homes

Lighting Landscapes... A guide to implementing successful lighting within the public realm from the Institute of Lighting Professionals http://www.landscapeinstitute.org/news/Lighting-Landscapes,-A-Guide-to-Implementing-Successful-Lighting-within-the-Public-Realm:-Institute-of-Lighting-Professionals #architecture #landscape #landarch

Lighting Landscapes... A guide to implementing successful lighting within the public realm from the Institute of Lighting Professionals http://www.landscapeinstitute.org/news/Lighting-Landscapes,-A-Guide-to-Implementing-Successful-Lighting-within-the-Public-Realm:-Institute-of-Lighting-Professionals #architecture #landscape #landarch

SLA- Hans Tavsens Park in Copenhagen, Denmark

Can excess precipitation be transformed from a problem into a resource? A positive answer comes from The Soul of Nørrebro a project by a multidisciplinary

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