This month we discuss the necessity for integrating engineered built systems with natural and human systems to create a sustainable public realm on page 12, with further thoughts from Geoffrey Sanderson, Principal Landscape Architect AECOM.
Over on page 18, Corkery Consulting details the concept behind their latest project for the Rosenthal Park - a new urban park to be developed on top of a multi-level car park structure in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
We take another look at TigerTurf who have enhanced its market leading landscaping range with further products including Edén - TigerTurf’s new landscaping creation. It combines pioneering light-reflective technology to create a surface that looks like a well-kept, natural lawn. See page 30 for more.
We have also Seed House, a Kuwait Urban development design by AGi-architects on page 34, and much more inside.
Enjoy the issue and please keep in touch via our website with your feedback or if you would like to be featured in the magazine.
• Challenges to a sustainable public realm
• Rosenthal Avenue Lane Cove commercial centre
• Urban Development
• Interview with Mr. Thomas Doxiadis, owner & Principal of doxiadis+
• Kuwait Urban Development
• Piazza Rosa Renaissance square,Bergamo Italy
• The Setai Hotel
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