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Innovation is a popular buzzword these days. Regardless of the industry, it’s safe to say that everyone is aspiring to be ahead of their competitors! If there’s one positive that’s transpired from our experience of the Coronavirus, it’s that companies and creative industries have become even more innovative. The Landscape industry is no different, a great example is the international landscape architecture studio LAND’s new project to combine innovation with nature. Using IKON technology, LAND have launched, Isonzo XR, to bring to life the province of Gorizia in Italy and in particular, Gorizia’s Viatori garden with a multimedia narrated launch experience this month. Read more about the project on page 32 Another spark of innovation comes from Asia’s largest urban rooftop farm based at a Bangkok university. Integrating landscape architecture with the ingenuity of traditional rice terraces, TURF incorporates sustainable food production, renewable energy, organic waste, water management and public space. Read more about it on pg 14 Back in the region, we feature projects by X Architects and Verdaus, Rub’ Al Khali Desert Resort deep in the empty quarter desert. See page 10 We also feature public parks in Bahrain and Sydney’s business district gets an expansive new waterfront cove and boardwalk that will significantly add to the city’s public realm. For this and much more read on…

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