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Landscape Architecture Magazine: December Issue Preview

From “Right of Center” by Roberto J. Rovira, ASLA: The integrated plan mixes plazas, buildings, canopy structures, and native trees and vegetation throughout. Credit: Rich Montalbano/RiMO Photo, LLC.

The December 2021 issue and 2022 LAM Product Directory

ON THE COVER: St. Pete’s Pier, in St. Petersburg, Florida, by Ken Smith Workshop, W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, and Rogers Partners Architects + Urban Designers.

Featured Story: “Right of Center,” by Roberto J. Rivera, ASLA. It’s been a fishing jetty, a railroad pier, a contested site of segregation, even an inverted structure that called to mind a cake left out in the rain. But after six tries and 130 years, St. Petersburg, Florida’s dazzling new pier and park, by a team including W Architecture and Landscape Architecture, Ken Smith Workshop, and Rogers Partners Architects + Urban Designers, might be a keeper.

Also in the issue:
A Pittsburgh park gets a green infrastructure makeover. | Biometric data could take the stress out of dangerous bike lanes. | Research on pollinators and solar farms. | A modern infrastructure upgrade for a historic Virginia town. | Julie Bargmann is the inaugural winner of the Cornelia Hahn Oberlander International Landscape Architecture Prize. | Bayer Landscape Architecture hunts for the garden Frank Lloyd Wright designed at the Darwin Martin House in Buffalo, New York. | The latest in shade coverings. | A Dutch design firm learns about coastal resilience from Frederick Law Olmsted. | Justin Parscher reviews Landscape Works with Piet Oudolf and LOLA: In Search of Sharawadgi by Fabian de Kloe, Peter Veenstra, and Joep Vossebeld. | Emily Schlickman follows the Miridae Mobile Nursery around Davis, California.

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