"This is a wonderful translation of local culture into landscape ideas, and IMO, the best strategy to educate and create a sense of ownership within the local population. When we are able to tap this connection with the users, we help them…"
"On the flip side, 'big names' have a greater chance of introducing new design ideas and principles that in a lot of cases are beyond the layman's (VIP or not) understanding of what these spaces could be here.
Also, these projects…"
nice to be in touch again......... just i have added you in my yahoo list. i will soon be in your touch.
can you please send me the pictures of our court yard....... take your time....... not in hurry....
thanks..... regards to all (whoever left) in nakheel office
Hi Leo... This is your ex-collegue Munaf.
I have started a full flaged Landscape Engineering Institute in India. Named NILE ie. National Institute of Landscape Engineerign......... running well and doing well.... every thing is perfectly going on. Alhamdulillah.....
I still remember your last advice... "do not spend, but spend on things which will bring back"/////// thanks my friend God bless you.... and to Nakheel.. i got a lot from Nakheel.... and i remember you as good friend of mine..... be in touch.
Greeting and regards to all///////
Throughout history—with the exception of the great Olmsted, of course—it seems that landscape architects seldom find their way into the design spotlight. Lurking in the shadows of a project's sources, the portion of folks…