Outdoor

In this section of Arkitectureonweb you will find a selection of projects from all over the world concerning landscape architecture. This branch of architecture deals with the planning, design and management of open spaces and the landscape, at different scales of intervention.

What is the Landscape? According to the definition of the European Convention, the Landscape indicates a certain part of the territory, as perceived by the populations, whose character derives from the action of natural and / or human factors and their interrelations. The landscape architect is the one who plans and designs urban and rural landscapes in space and time, based on the natural characteristics and historical and cultural values of the area.

This practice combines site planning, architecture, art and environmental restoration to help connect an area to surrounding buildings and make the landscape attractive in itself. The goal of landscape architecture is to create pleasant, functional and beautiful spaces that meet the needs of their owners or the public.

Imbarcadero and Lakefront of Campione. Ode to tradition through public space design
Imbarcadero and Lakefront of Campione. Ode to tradition through public space design

This project is aimed at the redevelopment and enhancement of the lakefront part of Campione's Old Town. The new structure for the Imbarcadero is designed to be more in keeping with a new image of the town: a light and bright canopy whose section is meant to evoke the wings of seagulls or swallows that inhabit the surrounding landscape

The Lookout Spike,
The Lookout Spike, "as delicate and elusive as a dewdrop that barely brushes the rock"

The Lookout Spike is part of a series of five lookouts that Mjolk architekti has completed over the past ten years, small, distinctive architecture based on a careful analysis of the site 

Public gardens
Renewal of the Dante Square in Trento. Water games upgrade the urban garden

The garden south of Dante Square in Trento has been renovated by the Raro Studio, whose project enhances the presence of the pond with water games and by redesigning the surrounding areas as reception and gathering places

Artichaut: more public square, less street. Restoring through architecture the hierarchy between human and machine
Artichaut: more public square, less street. Restoring through architecture the hierarchy between human and machine

Artichaut is not only a human-friendly square, but also a place where technology is " schooled" through design in order to respect the one for whom it was invented

Aldilonda,
Aldilonda, "above the sea". Path at the foot of a historic citadel

Aldilonda, the path that becomes the destination. In Bastia, the second largest city in Corsica on the northeast coast of the island, Dietmar Feichtinger Architectes created a promenade on the sea, a path suspended between the sky and the sea at the foot of the citadel

Are we alone or united in the city? Urban design as a spark of spontaneous interaction
Are we alone or united in the city? Urban design as a spark of spontaneous interaction

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

towers and low buildings, top view
New paradigms of urban regeneration. In China between tradition and innovation

Colossal heights, dynamism and urban integration surprisingly manage to coexist in the new Konka complex in Shenzhen. Kang QiaoJia Cheng develops a design model with an iconic impact on the skyline, preserving a human and natural scale inspired by the urban tradition of historic Chinese cities

Lounge at Washington International Airport. Warm and welcoming space for all
Lounge at Washington International Airport. Warm and welcoming space for all

The Alaska Airlines Flagship Lounge, at SeaTac International Airport is designed by Graham Baba Architects as a warm and welcoming space of refuge for all its guests to relax, work and refuel.

Sponge Mountain in Turin. Artificial mountain absorbs air pollution
Sponge Mountain in Turin. Artificial mountain absorbs air pollution

Sponge Mountain is architect Angelo Renna's project for an artificial mountain which, by re-using soil excavated from the construction of the Turin-Lyon high-speed railway would be able to absorb the city's pollution

University square stained glass
Stained glass square for the University in Rotterdam. Grid structure with the largest dimensions

The Medical Studies Center, in the academic section of Erasmus MC, was designed by KAAN Architecten Studio. The project is superimposed on a pre-existing building, with a large glazed roof whose beams are of the largest dimensions

exterior terrace chromatic scale
Painting that transforms space. The mathematics of colour between volumes and architecture

86+73 is an open-air work of art created by Alberonero, the external space of a Sicilian suburb in Mazara del Vallo, it is transformed using colour and its chromatic variations to scale, transforming the old buildings at first glance

Media design in an airport
Media Design in Singapore. Changi's Airport between optical illusions and cinematic storytelling

Moment Factory creates an incredible media experience that accompanies the passengers during inland navigation at Singapore's Changi Airport, voted the world's best airport for the sixth consecutive year.

Airport with colored elevation
Communication Design in Trieste. Alternating colors for the new image of the Airport

The relaunch of Trieste airport continues through collaboration with Lombardini22 and particularly with FUD, a brand dedicated to Physical Branding and Communication Design, which had already designed the entire communication system

Hikes above the Horní Bečva quarry in order to encompass the drama of the surroundings
Hikes above the Horní Bečva quarry in order to encompass the drama of the surroundings

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

People Parkers, a portable garden that steals the parking space from cars and gives it back to people
People Parkers, a portable garden that steals the parking space from cars and gives it back to people

People Parkers are miniature public gardens on wheels, designed to temporarily convert street parking spaces into green and welcoming places for citizens

Alun-alun Kejaksan Square: a gathering place between worldly and spiritual needs
Alun-alun Kejaksan Square: a gathering place between worldly and spiritual needs

Alun-alun Kejaksan is a 1.2 hectare open-air square located in the Indonesian, multicultural city of Cirebon: its area encloses a palace, a government center, a mosque, and a marketplace

The elastic perspective: a path which becomes a sculpture, between continuity and infinity
The elastic perspective: a path which becomes a sculpture, between continuity and infinity

The project The elastic perspective consists of a circular staircase which leads the visitor to a height that frees the view of the horizon: a continuous path projected to the infinity

Montreal Pavilion Park glass and corten
Corten Pavilion in Montreal. The Geometric Volume is created from the union of wood and metal.

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.

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