10 Nature Inspired Urban Renewal Designs

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This is a guest post from Antonina of OpenBuildings – a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of buildings from around the world. It’s a database of historic, contemporary and conceptual architecture that exists as a website and application for iPhone, and since last week – Android, which enable users to find, learn about and share nearby buildings of architectural merit.

Rising sustainability concerns over the last decade have brought about a fascinating new tendency in landscape concepts for development and renewal of urban and even industrial areas. Nature is coming back to cities and that’s a wonderful opportunity for us to get back to it too. Experience the mesmerizing beauty of these nature bites inserted into urban context and let’s hope this is the future of landscape architecture!

James Corner Field Operations & Diller Scofidio + Renfro: The High Line

James Corner Field Operations & Diller Scofidio + Renfro: The High Line

James Corner Field Operations & Diller Scofidio + Renfro: The High Line

Mayfield Organic Lavender Farm

Mayfield Organic Lavender Farm

Mayfield Organic Lavender Farm

Albert Kahn & William McDonough + Partners: Ford River Rouge Complex

Albert Kahn & William McDonough + Partners: Ford River Rouge Complex

Albert Kahn & William McDonough + Partners: Ford River Rouge Complex

Burckhardt+Partner AG & Raderschall: MFO Park

Burckhardt+Partner AG & Raderschall: MFO Park

Burckhardt+Partner AG & Raderschall: MFO Park

West 8: Garden of 10 000 Bridges

West 8: Garden of 10 000 Bridges

West 8: Garden of 10 000 Bridges

coLAB studio: Bird and Butterfly Garden

coLAB studio: Bird and Butterfly Garden
coLAB studio: Bird and Butterfly Garden

Balmori Associates: Bilbao Jardín

Balmori Associates: Bilbao Jardín

Balmori Associates: Bilbao Jardín

Turenscape: Shanghai Houtan Park

Turenscape: Shanghai Houtan Park

Turenscape: Shanghai Houtan Park

Urbanarbolismo: Vertical Garden

Urbanarbolismo: Vertical Garden

Urbanarbolismo: Vertical Garden

Groundlab + Plasma Studio: Flowing Gardens 

Groundlab + Plasma Studio: Flowing Gardens

Groundlab + Plasma Studio: Flowing Gardens

 

Antonina is an architect who has recently joined the OpenBuildings team to take over Community Outreach. Believes in interdisciplinary approach to architecture and everything else, fascinated by Japanese and Dutch design, typography and all things inspired.
OpenBuildings is a community-driven and openly editable encyclopaedia of contemporary and conceptual architecture from around the world that exists as a website and application for iPhone, and recently - Android, which enable users to find, learn about and share nearby buildings of architectural merit.
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