Glasson Huxtable were interviewed by Landscape Architecture Aotearoa about their exciting new nature playground in Yaldhurst. The design is inspired by nature and uses natural materials, native planting, and is sited adjacent to a newly created riparian planting scheme and habitat area for the Upland Bully fish.
Glasson Huxtable were interviewed by One News about our 2 million m2 landscape design for the Al-Bayt 2022 World Cup Stadium in Qatar. The stadium is set to play host to the opening match and games including the semi finals.
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We're exited to see that Al Bayt Stadium's Park, designed by our team, opened the public on 11th February. It provides the local community a fantastic hub for sports, play, socialising and relaxation. It's one of Qatar's largest parks at 2 million m2, and provides a green oasis around this 60,000 seater stadium. The stadium, one of Asia's largest will host the semi final of the 2022 World Cup.
Mark Huxtable talks to Shabnam Dastgheib at Stuff on ways to minimise, distract and soften noise in your garden.
Glasson Huxtable's Hanmer Springs Pools Design by Chris Glasson has won the 2019 NZILA enduring landscapes award. It was cited by judges as"Resonating with the surrounding landscape, the pools’ design has a strong sense of place, with reference to natural and cultural scenic elements."
"The intention was to use the vegetation of the area but create the spaces and linkages to give our clients interest in the garden,” Glasson told Landscape Architecture Aotearoa. “You have got a wonderful viewing area looking out to the Southern Alps near Mt Cook, and you want to encapsulate these views as part of the landscape".
The landscaping is coming together and the pitch is in place at this magnificent 60,000-seat stadium, which will host matches up to the semi finals at the 2022 FIFA World cup in Qatar.
Mark Huxtable, Landscape Architect for Glasson Huxtable Ltd, talks about the first stage of the project and working with Firth to achieve the ‘art in the concrete’ concept.
Glasson Huxtable Landscape Architects have been working for DCL in a collaborative design team to produce landscape design work for The Christchurch Hot Pools.
Work will start on New Brighton's $11.2 million hot salt water pools in December after the project secured the necessary resource consents. The long-awaited pool complex, is expected to open in late 2019.
Two GHLA Landscape Architects, Sarah and Erin have been working in a team to create an exhibition for Christchurch's Festival of Transitional Architecture. The exhibition, ‘Biodiversity Beacons’ will create 7 beacons, each focusing on a specific insect found in the city and the associated plants which it needs to survive. The exhibition will increase people’s knowledge of the connections within our surrounding environment, and the complex systems which are all a vital part of our world.
Respect for the unique context of an environment has been a successful guiding principle of Chris Glasson Landscape Architects.
An $11.2 million hotwater pool facility on the Christchurch beachfront will feature six pools, a steam room, sauna and a cafe. Five hot salt water pools will range in temperature from 40 degrees Celsius to 28C for the fitness pool and a small circular plunge pool will sit at 12C. The pools will be split into four zones including passive therapeutic, fitness, family passive and family active zones. Two buildings either side of the pools will house changing rooms, sauna, toilets, a plant room and cafe.
After months of hard work, congratulations to Mark Huxtable for successfully completing the registration process and examination to become a Registered Member of the New Zealand Institute Of Landscape Architects.
The opening of the first part of a major New Brighton development project shows "the best is yet to come" for the seaside Christchurch suburb.
Inspired by the desert locale and indigenous culture, the design design by Glasson Huxtable Landscape Architects at Al Bayt Stadium complex will create a destination for Doha and the world.
Two New Zealand firms are working together on a billion dollar design contract for the main venue of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.
Chris Glasson Landscape Architects and Thom Craig Architect, from Christchurch, are working on the purpose-built facility in Al Khor, 50km north of Doha.
Glasson Huxtable Landscape Architects were tasked with restoring the 75-hectare disturbed site, with the aim of creating a public recreational facility with ecological restoration at its heart, while heralding the site’s industrial history.