An eye-catching entrance building to the Eriksberg Nature Reserve, with an unexpectedly shaped facade decorated in the traditional Swedish "Falu copper red" paint, is the first in a series of interventions for the Eriksberg Hotel & Nature Reserve
Sculptor Matěj Hájek of the S K U L L studio brings to life a sculptural-architectural monument in Prague's Husův Park in the recently revitalized Čakovice district, titled Superpower Wall by the artist himself
Located along the banks of Shoal Creek in downtown Austin and known as the city's first park, the 84-acre Pease Park has a rich history that has always been a part of the residents' history. The first phase of rehabilitation, preservation, and enhancement of the park, completed by the architectural firm Clayton Korte in collaboration with Ten Eyck Landscape Architects and Mell Lawrence Architects, involves the southernmost tip of the park, affectionately referred to as the park's "recreational heart and cultural soul"
Three new scenic walks above the Horní Bečva quarry take visitors to the slopes and to the top of the quarry hill, together forming a walking circuit that connects all the major viewpoints, a nearby road, and a parking lot
The wooden pavilion is a spatial experiment in which the designers of LIN Architects give up considering functional elements, looking instead for keywords that can define the spatial elements in the environment
The experience of urban public space should be a response to the human need for relationship. "Dialogue" is the urban furniture designed by designers and artists Coryn Kempster and Julia Jamrozik with the intent to bring back the social function of public urban space: to create shared physical experiences
Les Architect Labontè Marcil designed the Clémentine-de-la-Rousselière pavilion in Montreal. The project goes beyond the preconceived idea that a chalet in the park should only meet functional needs, becoming instead a strong element within it.
Christos Pavlou architecture designs this residential project with a green core to discover a new urban life that interacts with nature, it aims to create green spaces that are terraces and gardens with which the interior merges thanks to large windows.
The architects of Matter Design and FR|SCH Projects have designed a common play structure in the historic 'Five Fields' district of Lexington, Massachusetts.
Designed in 2003 by the Inside Outside Team, which won the international competition organized by the City of Milan, the Park "The Library of Trees" was built in 2018, becoming an urban link, cultural campus and botanical garden
The Aberrant Architecture Studio with Landscape for Play is on its second exhibition space project dedicated to free play. In an old abattoir in Madrid, a playground is created which is based on free time and moves the forms of the surrounding city into an interior space
The 100architects studio designs a public space project that combines different structures, spaces for children and adults, inspired by the digital concept of pixel, an independent unit that, combined with other pixels, creates an image
The Chinese Studo XL, Li Xiang, designs the Neobio Family Park on the first floor of a shopping mall, dividing the space into various thematic zones integrated with each other where the interplay is the keyword for everything designed
The design of Studio X+Living integrates all parts of the shopping center and redefines the functions of the entire area of the first floor, thus creating a single space, in which the various areas intersect with colours and curves
People Parkers, a portable garden that steals the parking space from cars and gives it back to people