_WELCOME TO LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE _BUILT

Browse image galleries of award-winning landscape architecture projects. A must-use tool for landscape professionals and students, promoting innovation, knowledge sharing and quality design within the profession of Landscape Architecture. 

_FEATURED PROJECTS

ARANYA PARK

 

 

Beidaihe, ChinaZ+T STUDIO

Photograph: Hai Zhang

MARULA GAME RANCH

 

 

Dordabis, Khomas Region, NamibiaGREENinc Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

Photograph: GREENinc Landscape Architecture and Urbanism

QUNLI STORMWATER PARK

 

 

Harbin City, Heilongjiang Province, ChinaTurenscape

Photograph:  Kongjian Yu, Turenscape

CENTENARY SQUARE

 

 

Birmingham, EnglandGraeme Massie Architects

Photograph: Alex Bland

UNFOLDING TERRACE

 

 

Brooklyn, NY, USAterrain-nyc

Photograph: terrain-nyc

PLAY LANDSCAPE BE-MINE

 

 

Beringen, BelgiumCarve + Omgeving

Photograph: Hannah Schubert

_FIRST TIME VISITOR? TIPS FOR NAVIGATING

There are multiple ways to navigate through the site:

Each photo within a gallery can be enlarged.

Once enlarged, you can either navigate to the:

  • credited design firm
  • project in full
  • gallery tags associated with the image

or browse the gallery by navigating using the left and right arrows

Our vision is to build a vast catalogue of diverse award-winning landscape architecture projects from around the world that users can nimbly navigate to seek out case studies and inspire innovation.

Thank you to the many companies who have already shown us support as we grow this industry tool. We welcome all companies, big or small, to showcase your projects and knowledge on LA_B. Learn more here.

_FEATURED GALLERY: PLAY AREAS

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_FEATURED RESEARCH / INNOVATIONS

_CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS

It’s free and easy to showcase your work on LA_B!  Drop us an email and we can start the discussion – we’d love to hear from you.  See our submit page for more details.

 

_RECENTLY ADDED DESIGN FIRMS


Marine infrastructure

Many coastal projects rely on breakwaters or seawalls made from concrete, yet the smooth surfaces of concrete do not offer habitat benefits to marine life. After seeing the damage these structures cause to marine life, Israeli marine biologists Dr. Shimrit Perkol-Finkel and Dr. Ido Sella utilized their academic research and founded ECOncrete® Tech LTD. Using biomimicry, they developed a range of marine concrete solutions that mimic marine habitats. The result is visually beautiful concrete, covered in marine life!

In 2020 the Biomimicry Institute awarded ECOncrete® Tech LTD with its Ray of Hope Prize, worth $100,000

Read more in this article from Intelligent Living

Learn about the Ray of Hope Prize

Do you have a project that has used an ECOncrete product? We’d love to show some case studies of how these products have been implemented. See more here

Virtual reality & biodiversity

The power of virtual reality: selling the ecological and psychological benefits of your biodiversity goals

How many of us have had ecologically beneficial plants cut from our planting schemes and substituted with plants with no flowers, no seasonal change, no litter – ‘green cement’? 

When there is a desperate need to provide habitat for birds and bees in our cities and suburbs, often a designers best sales pitch can still not overcome a client’s concerns of maintenance and aesthetics. 

Ecologist Ash Welch, from AECOM, discusses the possibilities of using virtual reality (VR) as a tool to add depth to these discussions. Imagine being able to put on a headset and see your future project looking fantastic with a diverse mix of plants and flowers buzzing with life. And imagine further if you were able to see, in the same VR view, the statistics related to the ecological and psychological benefits of each aspect of your project as you looked around. The possibilities seem endless! Read the full article from Ash Welch here 

Architects have begun incorporating this technology into their projects, yet are there many other landscape architecture examples? The potential for this technology in our field is exciting! We’d love to showcase projects on the site where this technology was incorporated –  See more here