LOLA Landscape Architects, TALLER and Land+Civilization Compositions receive the 2020 AAPME Award of Excellence for the new biotope design for the Qianhai Cooperation Zone public space.
With the Award of Excellence IFLA recognizes projects that have successfully promoted climate change adaptation, responsible practices, and the pursuit of joint efforts to address the issue of resilience building.
According to the judges the award is received for the ‘Outstanding portrayal of landscape in a multi-faceted way, with vertical layering of transportation networks to address mobility and creation of new resilient ecologies. Landscape architecture shines as a discipline that integrates the site.’
With the recent approval of the Almeerderhout Development Plan, the Almere city council has taken an important step towards the realization of the forest of the future. This means that in the upcoming years the current forest will undergo a major metamorphosis.… More
LOLA brings back lost Rotterdam biotopes with KOER
KOER is chosen as the winning design for the development of the vacant plot between Laan op Zuid and Hilledijk, called Parkstad Blok I. Out of three participating parties KOER by VORM, V8 Architects, Studio Architectuur MAKEN and LOLA Landscape Architects was chosen as best.… More
Tiempo de Silencio wins Madrid forest competition
‘Tiempo de silencio’ is the winning plan for the north-west crown of the Madrid Metropolitan Forest. With our team, LOLA developed an open system that incorporates the passage of time as an essential material in order to develop a sustainable metropolitan landscape.… More