A slightly irregular look at the new and noteworthy.
Edited by Heather Hammatt, ASLA
the Boards 24
Local designers seek to harness the emotion and attraction of
the public drawn to the site of the World Trade Center disaster, transforming
the barriers into a living edge.
By Heather Hammatt, ASLA
Controlling Invasive Exotic Plants
The next in a series on invasive species.
C. Colston Burrell
Life imitates art in this privacy wall built of industrial-strength
By Emily Young
The transformation of Portland's Pearl District demonstrates lessons
learned from other cities.
By Mark Hinshaw
and the Landscape Architect
standards make compost more reliable for landscape use.
By Ron Alexander
the Oil Rigs
Los Angeles, "one big park" joins diverse neighborhoods.
Multi-layered manipulative platforms that integrate digital and physical
representations will provide a major discourse in design and planning
By Eran Ben-Joseph
architects are bringing word of the profession to schoolchildren.
By Lisa Speckhardt
Building on "Street Energy"
Landscape architect Walter Hood challenges conventional ideas
about streets, parks, and people.
By Lisa Owens-Viani
Product profiles 110
Buyer's Guide Index
at Large 136
Landscape Journeys: Is the Designed Landscape Letting Us
Lessons from movies and computer games remind landscape architects
of old responsibilities.
By Edward Flaherty, asla