Join us for the first ever NESS talks on July 30th.
Three projects by the Argentinian Landscape architect Stefano Romagnoli.
An installation within a park in Santiago that invites people to disconnect from the daily rush and dive into different narratives.
In the existing urban landscape, a Convention Center is placed on a lower level and a park is created on its roof.
A restoration of a plaza located in an informal settlement in Venezuela developed together with the community.
A masterplan for the city of São Paulo that re-signifies the existent urban landscape in a project that speaks of both form and functionality.
A project that connects Chilean five hills.
An urban scale recovery process in Mexico that aims to regain the city’s natural landscape while improving its hydrological management.
A memorial park in Mexico City that reflects on the process of creating a dynamic and sensitive public space in an urban context.
The project responds to the Yangtze River, creating new connections and circulations for this city in China.
A building in Colombia that explores the relationship between eco-friendly devices and the social and cultural practices of its inhabitants.
Reformulating the relationship between a park and its surroundings, this project reactivates a forgotten public space in Buenos Aires.
An exploration of Manthey Kula’s post-potential drawings, site-specific projects, and an email conversation with lead architect Beate Hølmebakk.
A mirroring scenario invites visitors to a Chilean Park to experience public space in new and unexpected ways.
A collective research that proposes critical solutions to encourage public spaces and social interaction.
Questions (re)emerge around landscape and nature in this exhibition at Bureau Europa.
A staircase that allows for different user experiences and that engages with the built heritage of the city of Salvador de Bahia in Brazil.
Memorial Space and Monument to the 100th Anniversary of the Alcorta Farmers Revolt.
A historic avenue in Santiago is updated to keep up with the cultural necessities of today’s citizens.
This intervention transforms a former industrial site into a new urban park for the HafenCity quarter in Hamburg, Germany.
The architects created a sustainable design for the soviet city Naberezhnye Chelny.