Sean Martindale This project highlights some of the neglected city tree planter boxes that line our busy streets. These planters are generally made of concrete and many are cracked or missing large chunks.
The winner of the City of Dreams Pavilion Competition 2010, the sustainable design of Ann Ha and Behrang Behin’s Living Pavilion, was installed on New York's Governors Island for the summer 2010 season as a temporary central gathering and assembly point for arts activity on the island. Living Pavilion was a low-tech, low-impact installation that employed milk crates as the framework for growing plants, similar to a green wall. The pavilion’s surface is planted with hanging shade-tolerant
Furnitubes are constantly investigating innovate ways to provide sustainable, environmentally friendly solutions to reduce the environmental impact of schemes, as shown recently to their unique Mesh (Gabion) bollards supplied to M&S eco-store, Sheffie
Arizona Center, Phoenix, AZ | Comprising the southeastern section of a six block parcel in the center of downtown Phoenix, this urban plaza and public green space contributed to the revitalization of the city in the 1990s. The Rouse Company commissioned SWA Group and landscape architect William Callaway to design the site plan and landscape, in concert with the architecture firm of HKS, Inc. https://tclf.org/landscapes/arizona-center