Posts in Design
Why rebuild when you can reimagine?

As a designer it is hard to admit that design is not always the best solution for a degraded public space. The process of design is rewarding both professionally and personally,  as designers we like to be seen as the creative solution-provider, especially if it publishable or award winning work. “Brilliant designer saves a community with imaginative new rethink of an old tired space,” is always rewarding reading.

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Martin Rein-Cano heads to Auckland

The NZILA’s Auckland branch is hosting a presentation by international designer, Martin Rein-Cano on October 8. Born in Buenos Aires in 1967, Rein-Cano studied History of Art at Frankfurt University and Landscape Architecture at the Technical Universities of Hannover and Karlsruhe.

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People, DesignLee TaylorTOPOTEK1
World Architecture Festival - LandLAB's 3 shortlisted LA projects

Last year LandLAB’s Henry Crothers was a judge in the World Architecture Awards landscape and masterplanning categories. This year his firm has been shortlisted in the division for it’s work on the Queenstown Masterplan. And it’s not the company’s only recognition, it’s also been noticed for its work on Ponsonby Park in the civic category, and a man-made island in the experimental section.

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Awards, DesignLee TaylorLandLAB