// arthitectural / landscape

HASSELL
Adelaide Zoo Giant Panda Forest


The Adelaide Zoo Giant Panda 3 Forest, designed by HASSELL, is one of the world’s leading exhibits for the iconic and endangered giant panda species. The design of the Panda Forest embodies the Zoo’s core principles of environment, education, conservation and research and redefines the concept of a zoo in the 21st century – as […]


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Affleck + de la Riva architectes
Square des Frères-Charon


Designed by Affleck + de la Riva architects, Robert Desjardins, landscape architect, and Raphaëlle de Groot, artist, and completed in 2008, Square des Frères-Charon is located at the crossroads of two historic streets in one of the oldest sectors of Montreal. The project was the recipient of three design awards in 2009 : a National […]


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Cardinal Hardy
Peel Entrance – Mount Royal Park


Designed by Frederick Law Olmsted in 1874, Mount-Royal Park has over five million visitors per year. Prior to its restoration, the Peel sector was desolate; a crumbling wall, a stairway in ruins, and muddy pathways; the link into the park was tenuous. Nonetheless, its natural and picturesque character were still informed by the poetics of […]


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ONG&ONG
Parkview Eclat, landscape


Parkview Eclat is a high-end residential development with a water-themed landscape to complement the Art-deco style of its architectural style. The outdoor spaces are organised along two major axes. A main axis runs from the main building to the landscape deck, punctuated by water fountains and exquisite sculptures. This continues across the horizontal plane and […]


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Linda Covit and Marie-Claude Seguin – Groupe Cardinal Hardy
Give Peace a Chance


The work “Give Peace a Chance” commemorates the famous John Lennon song written during his 1969 Montréal bed-in with Yoko Ono. Conceived by artist Linda Covit and Groupe Cardinal Hardy’s landscape architect Marie-Claude Séguin, the work is made of approximately 180 limestone slabs laid side by side on flat ground, on which the phrase Give […]


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Dom Arquitectura
Würth La Rioja Museum Gardens


The main idea was to project an argument that would permit it to be the same site that would supply the patterns of intervention, bringing out their morphological, topographical and topological conditions and forms of the new landscape. These disordered lines are reminiscent of the nature, branches, leaves, channels, cracks, rivers. These lines seems to […]


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