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Coach House home achieves Planning Success...

Our scheme for a new home on the site of a former coach house, first posted here, has achieved planning success. In addition to the delight achieved from advising our client that their scheme had been approved, positive comments from the planning officer about the high quality of the supporting information submitted with the planning application were very welcome.


Summer Book Recommendations from Landscape Architects

It’s almost August, but there’s still plenty of time left to dive into some quality summer reading. We asked a few landscape architects to share books they’ve been enjoying. 715 more words

Landscape Architecture

IBE Facilitates Colorado's First Outdoor Green Wall

Andy Madrick
Sustainability Associate, Landscape Architecture

In 2014, the City of Fort Collins launched the “Nature in the City” initiative to ensure every citizen has access to nature close to where we live and work. 336 more words

Announcements & News

Sustainable Urban Design with Dean Landy, ClarkeHopkinsClarke

ClarkeHopkinsClarke (CHC) is an award-winning Melbourne-based architecture practice with over 55 years experience across the education, health care, aged care, mixed-use, retail, multi-residential and urban design sectors. 703 more words

Urban Design

Glowee: lighting the way towards more sustainable illumination.

By Josh Henry.

The concept of bioluminescent lighting has forever been toyed with. From children catching fireflies in jars to backyard algae kits, there has been the idea that light can be achieved through living organisms. 283 more words

Socially Responsible Design

Landscape Architecture in the News Highlights (July 1 – 15)

Conservation: Geniuses of Place Nature.com, 7/6/16
“Ethan Carr traces the arc of influence in landscape creation and preservation from ‘Capability’ Brown to Frederick Law Olmsted and the US National Park Service.” 236 more words

Landscape Architecture

ARCHITECT / Projects: "Happy Meadows Net Zero House"

The clients, a retired couple well into their “golden years,” wanted a modest, private, and very modern house that would embrace their deep commitment to environmental stewardship and personal health. 83 more words

Media Coverage