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Landscape Architecture in the News

Smithsonian Gardens Are Now Filled With Giant Bug Statues



“There’s a praying mantis the size of an adult human in the Pollinator Garden next to the Natural History Museum.”


A Hirshhorn Museum Garden Redesign Looks Forward. Others Look Back.

The New York Times


“The vibrant, eye-catching works that fill the sculpture garden at the Smithsonian’s Hirshhorn Museum make it easy to overlook their environs.”


Studio Gang and Scape Team Up For Arkansas Cultural Project

The Architect’s Newspaper


“MacArthur Fellows Jeanne Gang of Studio Gang and Kate Orff of SCAPE Landscape Architecture are teaming up to re-envision the prestigious Arkansas Arts Center (AAC) and adjacent MacArthur Park in Little Rock, Arkansas.


Inside the Most Spectacular New Stadium in Tennis

Architectural Digest


“Just in time for the 2019 French Open, Court Simonne-Mathieu—complete with its own network of greenhouses—is ready for play.”


2019 ParkScore Rankings Now Available



“Washington, D.C. has the highest ParkScore among the 100 largest U.S. cities, according to an annual ranking announced today by the Trust for Public Land (TPL).”


Landscape Architect Behind Princess Diana Memorial Commissioned For €70M Paris 'Green Lung' Around Eiffel Tower

The Telegraph


“Anne Hidalgo has announced plans to transform the passage linking Trocadero Square to the Eiffel Tower into a pedestrianised "green corridor" by 2024.”

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