Design & Nature Reimagined

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ISSUE #37

DESIGN & NATURE REIMAGINED

MARISA MORBY​

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What happens when rain hits the ground? How does our rain, or stormwater management, impact the water quality of our cities? Find out how bioswales make our cities cleaner by managing stormwater runoff, filtering our water, and providing habitat for urban wildlife.

nature

I love planting my garden for wildlife. That means I include a lot of native plants in my garden. But how do native plants differ from introduced plants? Do they really matter? Learn why putting native plants in your garden will increase the amount of birds you get in your yard, lower the maintenance costs for your garden, and be less work for you.

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Can you imagine removing a carpark and replacing it with a green oasis, trees, and residential living? That's exactly what happened in Singapore at the new CapitaSpring building.


🎵 De-paved a carpark and made a new paradise 🎵


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