A slightly irregular look at the new and noteworthy.
Edited by Heather Hammatt, asla
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Landscape becomes a living memorial as post-famine Ireland is
recreated in New York City.
By Heather Hammatt, asla
On the Move
Transplanting a tree takes mere hours, but success depends on a
Heather Hammatt, asla
The Grotto Fountain
History, context, and civil engineering are integrated in the
design of an urban fountain.
By Kevin W. Sloan
Beauty and a Botanic Garden
A Barcelona garden's unusual geometry provides ground for Mediterranean
By Brenda J. Brown
Stormwater that flows out of this desert city is restoring a wetland
By Robert France
Interacting with the Web
3-D modeling and other features for landscape architects.
By James L. Sipes, asla
Northwest Forest Plan
Do landscape architects have a role in ecological forest
By Frank Edgerton Martin
Architecture: On a Slippery Slope?
an anticipated decline in practicing landscape architects and shifts
in academic programs potentially luring students away, is the landscape
architecture profession in trouble?
By Lisa Speckhardt
The Art in Decomposition
An artist finds that the most valuable landscapes are
often those we would rather forget.
By Kim A. O'Connell
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The city has failed to capitalize on its riverfront park.
By Mark Hinshaw