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Landscape Meets Art
Boston Globe
8/8/13

Landscape architect Keith Wagner also paints landscapes, using acrylic and tar paper.”

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Rethinking Philadelphia's Boulevard of Broken Dreams
Wall Street Journal
8/6/13
“The result was a far cry from either the urban boulevard envisioned by the architect Paul Cret and others, or the garden-laced promenade designed by landscape architect Jacques Gréber.”

 A Landscape Architect's Favorite Outdoor Spaces
8/5/13
Crain’s Chicago Business
“Over the past 20 years, Peter Schaudt and Douglas Hoerr of Hoerr Schaudt Landscape Architects in Chicago have designed award-winning spaces for civic, commercial and institutional clients.”

Architectural Landmark Now a Design Showplace
The New York Times
8/4/13
“Equally radical was their choice of landscape architect, Gabriel Guevrekian, who designed the gardens in an iconoclastic Cubist style.”

Job Jibber Jabber
The New York Times
8/2/13
This op-ed chart summarized the “innocent” small talk about various professions. It included several humorous responses provided by members of the American Society of Landscape Architects.

Shou Sugi Ban: The Latest Trend in Fence Design
The Wall Street Journal
8/2/13
“Ithaca, N.Y.-based landscape architect Marc P. Keane, who spent several years in Japan designing gardens, is well-versed in the practice.”

Like It or Hate It, Mpls. Peavey Plaza Will Remain
Minneapolis Star-Tribune
8/1/13
“At issue is landscape architect M. Paul Friedberg’s 1975 design of the plaza, which preservationists say is one of his most important works.”

Water Aggies
The Architect’s Newspaper
7/30/13
“Texas A&M landscape architecture students present groundwater conservation plan.”

Harkness Memorial: Connecticut's Elegant Park
Baltimore Sun
7/30/13
“It is the kind of place to have a special picnic, to take a long walk on the grounds, enjoy expansive views of the Sound, to appreciate the gardens designed nearly a century ago by the famous landscape architect Beatrix Farrand, who called herself a landscape gardener.”

Landscape Architects Announce Design Survey Results
ENR Mountain States
7/30/13
“The American Society of Landscape Architects (ASLA) recently released the results of a survey of more than 4,000 landscape architecture firms about residential and hospitality design and product selection.”

NYC Mayor Bloomberg Breaks Ground on West 8-Designed ‘The Hills’ Project at Governors Island

Bustler
7/29/13
“Last week Friday, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg broke ground on The Hills, a new public park land on Governors Island designed by Rotterdam-based landscape architects West 8.”

Outgrowing the Traditional Grass Lawn
Scientific American
7/29/13
“Michael Pollan has pinpointed the 1860s as a pivotal moment in the history of American lawn: in that decade, landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted designed the suburban community of Riverside, Illinois.”

The Do’s and Don’ts of Back Yard Aquatic Installations
The Washington Post
7/25/13
“Weisman’s modern garden, designed by Annapolis landscape architect Kevin Campion, centers on an L-shaped basin and adjoining rock garden placed next to a sculptural Japanese maple.”



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