Landscape architecture alumnus Eleni Chronopoulou nominated for TU Delft Best Graduate Award 2018

Eleni completed her master’s degree Architecture, Urbanism and Building Science in the summer of 2018. Her thesis explores how landscape architecture has the capacity to work as an integrative common ground, bringing together conflicting notions such as natural and engineered, formal and informal, concept and reality, process and form, the designed landscape and the practices…

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Congratulations Barbara!

Barbara Prezelj wins the SECOND PRIZE of the Archiprix 2018 edition! We, the section of LA, are very proud of you, Barbara! Barbara is our second student from the Landscape Architecture master track who is nominated for the Archiprix. She graduated in November 2016, mentored by Inge Bobbink (Landscape Architecture) and Heidi Sohn (Architecture Theory)…

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Congratulations Dirk for winning the Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe Award 2017 at the IFLA World Congress in Montreal, Canada!

The International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) represents the worldwide profession of Landscape Architecture. The Award Jury composed of a Landscape Architect from each of the five IFLA regions, and the Secretary General of ISOCARP (International Society of City and Regional Planners) who served as a guest member of the Jury, agreed with the nomination…

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Alumni won Evariste-Mertens in Switzerland

Kobe Macco and Lisa Troiano have won the Evariste-Mertens-Price 2016 with their office as the federation of swiss landscape architects BSLA recently announced. We are so proud of our former students and wish them all the best for the project in of the Grünfels-Area in Rapperswil and with their office in LINEA landscape I architecture…

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DGJ wint prijsvraag Brisgi in Baden (CH) – de Architect

DGJ has won a competition as landscape architect in the team of Meier Leder from Baden and Müller Sigrist Zurich – two agencies that are successful innovators in the design of collective housing. Together they have designed a neighborhood of nearly 160 new homes along the Limmat River, 20 km west of Zurich. http://www.dearchitect.nl/nieuws/2016/11/16/dgj-wint-prijsvraag-brisgi-in-baden.html

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working hard PhD

Dear Colleagues at Delft. A postcard greeting just to let you know, that I am working hard on my PhD ‘architecture with landscape methods’ in my own designed mountain retreat in the upper Rhine valley of the Swiss Alps. Perfect condions up here in Pigniu. Pulver, gut, 0 Grad, wechselnd bewölkt. Heading full spead ahead…

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Zeeheldentuin Starts Hague Spring

This week-end the Zeeheldentuin – a organic community garden in The Hague was officially opened with a festive act. From today on it is open every day for neighbors and interested visitors. The opening was started with the novel sport discipline ‘allotment garden race’ to distribute around ninety gardens to their new owners. Around noon…

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Zeeheldentuin definitely

De Zeeheldentuin is definitely designed – This week a group of volunteer students and professionals of Landscape Architecture under my guidance as a teacher and practitioner finished the definitive design of De Zeeheldentuin. For the last six months we met almost every Monday in our studio DGJ Architects & Landscapes in The Hague, around the…

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Polder Garden

Last year Michael van der Meer, the director of the Science Centre and Rolf Hut from the Faculty of Civil Engineering asked us to design the ‘smallest polder of the Netherlands’ at the Campus of TU Delft. We invited 5 students (Lowin van der Burg, Marij Hoogland, Linda Nijhof, Emma Ottevanger and Cem Steenhorst) from…

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