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Plaça Pallars | scob arquitectura i paisatge

Plaça Pallars | scob arquitectura i paisatge

Pietro Porcinai. L'identità dei giardini fiesolani. Il paesaggio come «immenso giardino» - Fondazione Villafabri

Pietro Porcinai. L'identità dei giardini fiesolani. Il paesaggio come «immenso giardino» - Fondazione Villafabri

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Wood platform and garden road combination of Beijing Longhu era days Street

Urban Prairie | Gatineau Canada | Claude Cormier + Associés with Aedifica - World Landscape Architecture World Landscape Architecture

Urban Prairie

Urban Prairie | Gatineau Canada | Claude Cormier + Associés with Aedifica - World Landscape Architecture World Landscape Architecture

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Cicada Landscape Architecture - Singapore #urbanlandscapearchitecture #LandscapeLayout

Cicada Landscape Architecture - Singapore #urbanlandscapearchitecture #LandscapeLayout

Beiqijia Technology Business District designed by Martha Schwartz Partners in Beijing, China ~ Shapedscape ~ Landscape Architecture Matters

The project is located in Changping district, Beijing, and belongs to the Beijing Technology Business District and is the first phase of the overall master

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Rain gardens are vegetated depressions in the landscape designed to capture, detain and release, and/or infiltrate where feasible, stormwater runoff from roofs, parking lots or other  adjacent areas. Rain gardens capture water that will slowly infiltrate into the ground or return to the atmosphere through evapotranspiration from plants.  Rain gardens are also referred to as ‘Bio-infiltration Basins and ‘Bio-retention Basins’

Rain gardens are vegetated depressions in the landscape designed to capture, detain and release, and/or infiltrate where feasible, stormwater runoff from roofs, parking lots or other adjacent areas. Rain gardens capture water that will slowly infiltrate into the ground or return to the atmosphere through evapotranspiration from plants. Rain gardens are also referred to as ‘Bio-infiltration Basins and ‘Bio-retention Basins’

UC San Francisco 4th Street Plaza / CMG Landscape Architecture

A playfully inspired keystone to UCSF's extended network of public spaces, enlivening the campus, neighborhood, and greater eastern waterfront.

Sunken Forest, Sponge Street Network, by dlandstudio/Architecture Research Office for “Rising Currents” at the Museum of Modern Art, 2010. Image courtesy of dlandstudio

Sunken Forest, Sponge Street Network, by dlandstudio/Architecture Research Office for “Rising Currents” at the Museum of Modern Art, Image courtesy of dlandstudio

The future of landscape

Guiding the viewer to comprehend the thought process behind landscape architect Pietro Porcinai's design choices, these images — alongside texts by Fulvia Grandizio and Marco Mazzi — underline the distance between the natural and artificial.

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