This piece could probably be titled “rusting cloud.”  

(Source: vjeranski, via landscapearchitecture)

Pixelating urban reflections. 

(Source: wetheurban, via landscapearchitecture)

More tree house playgrounds, please!

More tree house playgrounds, please!

escapekit:

The Last Billboard

A 36-foot-long billboard located at the corner of Highland and Baum in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Every month, a different individual is invited to take over the billboard to broadcast personalized messages, which are spelt out using wooden letters that are changed by hand. 

you can follow it’s tumblr here. 

(via 99percentinvisible)

Tags: public art

Library, shelter and playground all in one.  What’s not to like?

publicdesignfestival:

When an earthquake wounds landscape, a public space can restore ordinary life. In the little Shuanghe Village (China), the duo of architects Olivier Ottevaere + John Linhas has designed The Pitch, a library and a community center with a sloping roof children enjoy.

Photos by Olivier Ottevaere + John Lin. All rights reserved.

I wouldn’t mind if every building did this…..

I wouldn’t mind if every building did this…..

Who wouldn’t want a playground nest?

Who wouldn’t want a playground nest?

I love that art has a sense of humor. 

I love that art has a sense of humor. 

(Source: socceralldayeveryday13, via landscapearchitecture)

landscape-a-design:

Sculpture: The Caring Hand
Location: Glarus, Switzerland
 

landscape-a-design:

Sculpture: The Caring Hand

Location: Glarus, Switzerland

 

(via A Daily Dose of Architecture: Deux Folies)

archivemodernarchitecture:

Train station, Jurmala, Latvia, 2004.  © Nicolas Grospierre

(via landscapearchitecture)