Undulating retaining wall--would this work out back?
Aon Center, Chicago, IL | Enveloping the 83-story Aon Center (formerly the Standard Oil Building) in the Chicago Loop, this bi-level public plaza was designed by landscape architect Edward Durell Stone, Jr., and opened in 1974. Constructed as part of the transformation of railyards into a mixed-use urban development, the building was designed by the landscape architect’s father, Edward Durell Stone, and the Chicago-based firm of Perkins & Will. http://tclf.org/landscapes/aon-center
Lovejoy Plaza-Portland, Oregon | Named for Asa Lawrence Lovejoy, a Portland pioneer, this one-acre plaza serves as a counterpoint to the quiet Pettygrove Park, just 300 yards away. It was conceived in the 1960s by Lawrence Halprin + Associates, Satoru Nishita, partner-in-charge, as part of the Portland Open Space Sequence.
Trnovski pristan. The Trnovski pristan embankment, with its broad stone steps descending towards the river, is a unique architectural creation designed by the famous architect Jože Plečnik. Being one of Ljubljana's most beautiful promenades, it has turned into a popular place for socializing over the recent years. (Photo: D. Wedam)
Project: Mandelapark Designer: Karres en Brands Landscape Architecture Location: Almere, The Netherlands The park is situated on the roof of two four-layered underground parking garages. With its 200 meter length, it’s the largest rooftop park in the Netherlands. The park is a green oasis in a highly urban environment, a landscape with water features, grasses, perennials and flowering shrubs.
Imagen 4 de 23 de la galería de Casa en Gyopyeong-Ri / Studio Origin. Fotografía de Sun Namgung