Defined by a whimsical new Central Concourse linking the island’s Biosphere to Alexander Calder’s monumental Trois Disques sculpture, the transformed multi-functional site now features a 65,000-seat natural amphitheater as well as a riverside walkway. The project also introduces an Event Village and Natural Agora, eloquent public spaces that can accommodate a variety of functions year-round. “Lemay’s concept blends the enchanting natural setting and rich historic past of this exceptional site, to offer a truly versatile space,” said Andrew King, Partner and Design principal at Lemay. “It has been reborn as a destination unto itself, now able to fully accommodate a wide range of major events.”
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Reinterpreting the possibilities of garden design in a world with limited water
Karratha Health Campus From Baron Sandpit To Restorative Oasis
Resourceful planting and irrigation are helping this new civic landscape thrive in the harsh climate of Australia’s Pilbara region.
Recreating The Magic Of Expo 67
Once home to the 1967 Expo world fair, Montreal’s iconic Parc Jean-Drapeau is transformed by designer Lemay
Designing Open Spaces
Turkish company, Orientalis Landscaping shares their insight from a recent residential project in Sharjah.
Interview With Sajid Kagadi
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A Pakistani Family Home That Blends And Ages With The Landscape
This is the dream home for Mr. Y K and his family, he has fairly traditional tastes but was open to new ideas for the design.
Wasit Wetland Centre Is A Beacon Of Conservation
A former waste dumping ground in Sharjah has had its indigenous ecosystem restored and is proving popular with visitors who come to learn about their natural environment.
Sustainable Landscape Refurbishment – A Change Initiative
Landscape refurbishment is a sustainable solution to save environmental pollution by reducing waste and conserving material by maintaining them with eco – friendly practices.
Save The Trees
John A. Davies, an avid Landscape reader, explains his love for trees and how we can save them with various case studies
Why Heirloom Tomatoes Are Trending
Heirloom vegetables, herbs, and flowers are having a moment right now! You’ll find them in most top restaurants and sitting supreme in your local market but they’re not a new thing- in fact they’ve come to us from the past. What are they and what do they mean for our health?
Sixties, Meet Seventies: TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Montreal Limited Edition
Named after the treacherous Carrera Panamericana road race, the TAG Heuer Carrera 160 Years Montreal Limited Edition combines elements of the Carrera with those of the 1970s’ cult classic, the white Heuer Montreal, a cushion-shaped, bicompax chronograph with a colorful dial that was launched in 1972.
CANADA'S FORGOTTEN CAPITAL
Beneath the streets of Old Montreal, the rubble of a short-lived Parliament building offers a glimpse into a young country’s growing pains
Force of Will
THE STORY OF EMILY ST. JOHN MANDEL’S DRAMATIC ASCENT TO THE BEST-SELLER LIST AFTER THE PUBLICATION OF HER FOURTH NOVEL, STATION ELEVEN, HOLDS VALUABLE LESSONS FOR WRITERS ABOUT HARD WORK AND PERSISTENCE. HER RESPONSE TO THE HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR HER FOLLOW-UP, THE GLASS HOTEL, MAY BE EVEN MORE INSTRUCTIVE.
Reflections Of The Untold
Guillaume Seff was born in Toulouse, France, in 1977, and now works between Toulouse and Montreal, Quebec. He has been painting since his childhood.
DE ‘PROFESOR LAZHAR’ A ‘LO QUE QUEDA DE NOSOTRAS’, TÚ TAMBIÉN TE VAS A PRENDAR DE LA CANADIENSE
A Pivotal Point
From early settlement and quaint village to prosperous town and city, Pointe Claire is rich in Canadian history
How a Montreal chef created a safer workplace
Willo Perron and the cultural zeitgeist
Canadian-born Willo Perron is difficult to define – and he seems to like it that way. One of the most prolific and versatile designers of his generation, Perron is the mastermind behind some of the most recognisable moments in contemporary pop culture. Whether it is floating a life-size inflatable yellow Ferrari over a crowd at a Drake concert, or designing the Yeezy stores for Kanye West, Perron has had a hand in it all. His LA-based design practice, W P & A, works across various disciplines, including interior design and furniture. We catch up with Perron over Zoom to learn more about design’s grey areas.
HOW MONTREAL WAGES A $166-MILLION BATTLE AGAINST SNOW EVERY SINGLE YEAR TO KEEP ITS STREETS AND SIDEWALKS CLEAR
MADE IN CANADA
A show of design strength shapes up in Montreal