LOOP - a project of micro-destinations in China
Battery Park pays homage to history in Cape Town
Originally known as Shanghai’s High Street, Yuyuan Road was once considered one of the city’s most prestigious areas. The lanes were home to numerous public figures and included much of the city’s iconic international concession architecture.
Christ Church Cathedral reinstatement team named
dhk Architects have turned a popular Cape Town tourist attraction into a 1.2-hectare urban park, referencing the history of the Amsterdam Battery which came before it.
Adding to the serenity of our Lady's Home of Compassion
Boffa Miskell is one of the key consultants appointed to undertake the reinstatement of Christ Church Cathedral and will oversee the urban design and landscape architecture components.
Lyttelton's historic Timeball Station returned to it's former glory - well almost
Studio Pacific Architecture have recently completed landscape and building upgrades at Our Lady’s Home of Compassion in Wellington’s Island Bay that have radically transformed the setting for this Chapel, retreat centre, visitor centre, and administration offices.
Te Ana Marina - inspired by the past
Landscape architects Rough & Milne have finished designing the grounds of Lyttelton’s historic Timeball Station - for the second time.
A new era in maunga management
The story of Lyttelton township and harbour goes back hundreds of years. Whakaraupō – Lyttelton Harbour is recognised as having a rich history of Ngāi Tahu land use and occupancy, and Lyttelton Port is the site where the first European settlers arrived in Canterbury.
New view for Tasmania's Cradle Mountain
Towering over the Auckland isthmus, the maunga (volcanic cones) have been adapted and used over many decades in many different ways, over time shaping people’s connections to them and expectations of them.
A place to celebrate in Apia
The Tasmanian Parks and Wildlife Service has released plans for a new Dove Lake viewing shelter at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park.
The people of Samoa will be celebrating their next Independence Day on a new purpose-built event space in front of the Government building in Apia. The Event Space and Clock Tower Boulevard projects located in downtown Apia will provide a ceremonial space and a pedestrian connection currently missing in the central waterfront area.