The architect is a designer of space, not of living. The spirit of invention demanded by perpetual transformation thrives best in space shaped by its own invention.

thisbigcity:

St. Louis has a plan. A plan that connects its neighboring national park with the city through a rather nifty (okay, it’s super cool) highway bridge. And there’s loads of clever sound-absorbing features too. 

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landscape-a-design:

Project by: Margie Ruddick

Transforming the tangle of infrastructure at the gateway to New York’s Long Island City into a lush green corridor welcoming to pedestrians and bicyclists. For the New York City Department of City Planning and Economic Development Corporation. With Marpillero Pollak, Michael Singer Studio, Leni Schwendinger Light Projects, WRT

Tulip fields in the Netherlands

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