INCHEON – With Solar Pine, HG-Architecture re-examines technology’s role in the new natural world.
MONTREAL – Two Canadian firms collaborate on a football stadium for a quarry-cum-nature-reserve in Montreal.
NIJMEGEN – Dutch architect and local beekeeper Frank Marcus' sinuous structure for bees blends into a park's ecological surroundings.
CHIHUAHA – A small infrastructure in a city park is revitalised into an active space for the public to enjoy.
JANÓW LUBELSKI – Already the home to several tourist attractions, the town of Janów Lubelski recently inaugurated its newest addition: an interactive scientific and recreational centre.
DE PANNE – Though it fell into disrepair, an early-20th-century Eclectic villa that sat on the property represented an important moment in the town’s architectural heritage.
HADERSLEV – According to the architects, ‘StreetDome’s overall ambition is to set new standards for unorganised sports in urban areas.’
ERRENTERIA – Spanish architects VAUMM completed a multipurpose structure to address connectivity and accessibility problems in Errenteria.
EDMONTON – The newest addition to Edmonton’s beloved Borden Park adds much-needed facilities while blending into its surroundings.
FALUN – 42 Architects have recently completed a Skateboarding Park in Falun, Sweden, that attempts to connect the city’s modern activities with its rich history.
TEXAS – Nestled in a public park, a concrete shelter’s massive yellow voids fill both functional and playful purposes.
SYDNEY – While it’s common to see a children’s playground with bright colours and geometric forms, it’s a surprise to see one as designed as the Blaxland Riverside Park in Sydney, Australia.
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