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Sugar Beach / By Claude Cormier + Associés

September 7, 2011


Toronto, Ontario, CanadaClaude Cormier + AssociésPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Waterfront Toronto, Claude Cormier + Associés Sugar Beach is a whimsical park that transformed a surface parking lot in a former industrial area into Toronto’s second urban beach at the water’s edge.Continue Reading>>

Urban Design Project for Izmit Shoreline : By Ervin Garip

May 18, 2011


Izmit, Turkey Ervin GaripPost By:Kitticoon Poopon Image © Courtesy of Ervin Garip Ervin Garip shared his competition entry for the Urban Design Competition for the shoreline of Izmit, Turkey where he was awarded the first prize. For this competition, his main goal was to improve the daily social life by creating urban squares, seafront recreation, […]

Toronto Central Waterfront : By West 8 and DTAH

February 18, 2011


Toronto, Ontario, Canada West 8 and DTAHPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of West 8 The Central Waterfront, 3.5 km of Lake Ontario shoreline immediately adjacent to the downtown business district, is one of Toronto’s most valuable assets. Yet, despite decades of planning and patchwork development projects, there is no coherent vision for linking the […]

Moon Bridge : By JAJA Architects.

December 21, 2010


Kaohsiung, Taiwan  JAJA ArchitectsPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Image © Courtesy of JAJA Architects JAJA Architcts’ lastest project – a proposal for a moon bridge that intends to unify the waterfront city of Kaohsiung for their Maritime and Culture Center.  For the competition, the architects focused on the city’s love of the river, creating a form that […]

Kaohsiung Vortex : By Influx_Studio

December 12, 2010


Kaohsiung , TaiwanInflux_StudioPost By:Kitticoon Poopong Photo © Courtesy of Influx_Studio Influx_Studio has taken on the task of designing a cultural and ecological visit for the Koahsiung Marine Culture and Pop Music Center as a measure to critically enhance and hybridize the urban fabric in Kaohsiung, Taiwan in response to the global infrastructures of a growing […]