Professor Paul Carter developed the Golden Grove project as part of the Maze Green redevelopment project at the University of Sydney, in collaboration with landscape architects Taylor, Cullity and Lethlean. Golden Grove is located on the boardwalk at the western exit of Maze Green. It uses a combination of ground patterning, dispersed and embedded lighting and stencilled poetic texts

Professor Paul Carter developed the Golden Grove project as part of the Maze Green redevelopment project at the University of Sydney, in collaboration with landscape architects Taylor, Cullity and Lethlean.

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Gallery of The Building Centre Presents "Rethinking the Urban Landscape" - 4

The Building Centre Presents "Rethinking the Urban Landscape",Zigong Dongxingsi…

Oh look, no need for a security railing, and there isn't trash anywhere. I wish my city could look like this.

Hornsbergs Strandpark by Nyréns Arkitektkontor Stockholm, Sweden 2012

Really great use of lighting. I wonder what it looks like in the daytime?

Plaza del Torico / b720 Fermín Vázquez Arquitectos

Calcada – the Portuguese Pavement

The real hand made! It is a fact that most of the sidewalks in the Portuguese cities are covered with pavement. Explore the Portugal pavement history and art

Cobblestone pavement, Lisbon, Portugal

What to see in Lisbon -- Sightseeing information for tourists in Lisbon, Portugal, plus the top 10 experiences

J'ai hâte d'avoir des enfants et de prendre le temps de jouer avec eux :)  et de faire CA! :p

Good lesson on pattern could involve perspective.chalk bombing the school again ;


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Zhangjiagang Town River Reconstruction / Botao Landscape Waterfront

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Image 4 of 23 from gallery of Zhangjiagang Town River Reconstruction & Botao Landscape. Courtesy of Botao Landscape

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"Great White Shark Attack" art created on elevator floor by Robert Smith. I would never go in that elevator.would freak me out!

Julian Beever1959 artista británico que pinta sobre el suelo con tiza. Ha creado dibujos en 3D utilizando  anamorfosis que crea una ilusión óptica. Sus dibujos  desafían las leyes de la perspectiva. pinta murales y réplicas del trabajo de grandes maestros del arte. lo contratan para crear murales para compañías. se dedica a la publicidad y el marketing. Ha trabajado en el Reino Unido, Bélgica, Francia, Holanda, Alemania, los Estados Unidos, Australia, México y España.

Batman and Robin, Chalk Art, London, England Photo produced by Julianbeever Street art optical illusions chalk

31 Street Art Pieces That Will Take You To Another Dimension

31 Street Art Pieces That Will Take You To Another Dimension

Are you excited for the new Batman movie yet? Well, you will be after seeing this awesome Dark Knight: Rises street art! I can’t seem to find who the artist is that made this mind blowing Dark Knight: Rises Read More .

Here's another great example of urban art. What do you think?   on The Owner-Builder Network  http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/urban-art/Urban-Art-8.jpg

The YKK Zipper Factory makes 7 million zippers a day, in styles and in over 427 standard colors. It is the largest zipper factory in the world. What does YKK stand for?

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Image 1 of 23 from gallery of Zhangjiagang Town River Reconstruction / Botao Landscape. Courtesy of Botao Landscape

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