LOVE LOVE LOVE!  Way to preserve a facade and not do a complete tear down.  Makes for an excellent park while preserving the urban fabric of the street.

LOVE LOVE LOVE! Way to preserve a facade and not do a complete tear down. Makes for an excellent park while preserving the urban fabric of the street.

Project: Channel Center Park and Iron Street Park Landscape Architects: Halvorson Design Partnership, Inc. Location: Fort Point Channel District, Seaport, Boston, MA Design Year: 2013 Year of Construction: 2014 Size: Channel Center Park: 2.2 acres / Iron Street Park: 0.25 acres Budget: Channel Center Park: $3,500,000 / Iron Street Park: $750,000 Photography Credit: Ed Wonsek  -The LA Team  www.landarchs.com

Project: Channel Center Park and Iron Street Park Landscape Architects: Halvorson Design Partnership, Inc. Location: Fort Point Channel District, Seaport, Boston, MA Design Year: 2013 Year of Construction: 2014 Size: Channel Center Park: 2.2 acres / Iron Street Park: 0.25 acres Budget: Channel Center Park: $3,500,000 / Iron Street Park: $750,000 Photography Credit: Ed Wonsek -The LA Team www.landarchs.com

Extension - Colebrooke Row, Architects: Geraldine Walder, DSP Architecture, Feb 2011. Beautiful contemporary extension to terraced house in Colebrook Row. London Borough of Islington.

Extension - Colebrooke Row, Architects: Geraldine Walder, DSP Architecture, Feb 2011. Beautiful contemporary extension to terraced house in Colebrook Row. London Borough of Islington.

This beautiful community garden in New York City is part of the New York Restoration Project founded by singer Bette Midler. The Home Depot Foundation sponsored the amazing makeover and helped to create a space for local children to learn about nature.

This beautiful community garden in New York City is part of the New York Restoration Project founded by singer Bette Midler. The Home Depot Foundation sponsored the amazing makeover and helped to create a space for local children to learn about nature.

Modell der Kirche von Francesco Borromini in San Carlino, Lugano. Das Modell zeigt einen Querschnitt der Originalkirche und wurde von Mario Botto gebaut. Stand dort von 1999-2003, wurde dann abgebaut.

Modell der Kirche von Francesco Borromini in San Carlino, Lugano. Das Modell zeigt einen Querschnitt der Originalkirche und wurde von Mario Botto gebaut. Stand dort von 1999-2003, wurde dann abgebaut.

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