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Baiyangdian Waterfront Park won 2 IDA awards

TLS‘s Baiyangdian Waterfront Park won 2 awards at the 17th Annual IDA(International Design Awards). It is awarded the Silver Award in the Landscape category, and the Bronze Award in the Landmark, memorials, and public space category. Read More… This is the first significant open space component of the Xiong-an New City competition and the first realization of...

Houston Endowment Discussion Panel

On November 15, 2022 Executive Director of the Houston Endowment, Ann Stern convened a discussion panel, associated with the building opening, to share stories and insights from the design and construction process and how the new facility is helping advance the Foundation’s goals . Tom Leader was honored to join Ann Stern, Kevin Daly, of...

Korea 50: Korea Remade

Korea 50: Korea Remade is on view at the Cooper Hewitt Design Museum in the Designing Peace exhibition through September 2023....

Ningbo Xiangshan People’s Square Area Design Competition

Tom Leader was honored to serve on an illustrious jury for this major international competition. The project is for a new cultural, athletic, and TOD architectural program and the re-imagining of the People’s Square– the current and future “living room for the city”....

ULI/Gerald D Hines Student Urban Design Competition

This year’s 20th annual student urban design competition was a redevelopment plan for an Oakland, California site. The challenge brief asked the students to address equity, housing affordability, access to neighborhood services, sustainability, and connectivity to surrounding communities....

Tom Leader speaks at the UVA School of Architecture AUC Inaugural Workshops

A set of workshops launches the research platform Asian Urbanism Collaborative (AUC) through engaged debate on three thematic areas that are identified as crucial for thinking about the future city, and the role the Asian City may play in our understanding and shaping of it: Geopolitics, Culture, and Ecology....

TLS Announced Winner for International Urban Design Competition of Shanghai Hongqiao Qianwan Area

TLS Landscape Architecture is announced winner for the Urban Design of Shanghai Hongqiao Qianwan Area within six international competing teams. Qianwan is located northwest of Hongqiao District, a city sub-core of Shanghai Masterplan. The competition scope includes overall area of 100 hectares, core urban design area of 20 hectares, central park area of 10 hectares.   Qianwan...

TLS + AZPML Win Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Central Green Axis Landscape Design with “Super Campus”

TLS Landscape Architecture + AZPML Architecture LTD were announced as the winners of an international competition for the central green axis landscape design of the Shenzhen Bay Super Headquarters Base. The proposed “SuperCampus” seeks to create an interactive model for multi-levelled open space as a collaborative hub of global interconnection. Inspired by the open model...